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Sarajevo, which is located in the center of the Balkans, has a dynamic culinary scene that reflects its lengthy history. Join us as we lead you on a culinary tour around Sarajevo, emphasizing the top spots to satiate your appetite! Here are some of best restaurants for traditional food in the are of Old Town...
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If you ask Bosnians, one of the things they enjoy the most is traditional Bosnian coffee. Why is it like that? Bosnian Coffee The word kahva (coffee) (the words kafa and kava are also used) in the languages of the people of southeastern Europe came from the Turkish word kahve. At first, it was served...
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Latin bridge is a bridge from the Ottoman era over the Miljacka River. There are many bridges on the Miljacka River, but this one has an interesting history. It is also known as the bridge near which the Austrian heir to the throne Franz Ferdinand was killed, which started the First World War. Latin bridge in...
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A bezistan is a type of covered marketplace or bazaar that was historically found in the cities of the Ottoman Empire. There are currently two bezistans in Sarajevo. One is still a marketplace and the other is a museum. Gazi Husrev Bey’s bezistan in Sarajevo The Ottomans occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 15th century and Bosnia...
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Sebilj fountain
There used to be hundreds of sebiljs (kiosk-shaped open wellsprings) in Sarajevo, but nowadays the final one is found in Baščaršija Square, where it serves as a major image of the city. The beginnings of these wellsprings can be followed back to the Middle Eastern Promontory and the custom of building seabirds was brought to...
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