Aleksa Šantić was born into a Herzegovinian Serb family in 1868 in Mostar in the Ottoman Empire. His father Risto was a merchant, and his mother Mara was from notable Aničić family from Mostar. He had three siblings: brothers Jeftan and Jakov and sister Radojka known as Persa; another sister Zorica died in infancy.
If you enjoy houses, history and/or fun, visit the Biscevic House in Mostar. You'll get a glimpse into Mostar life from several hundred years ago and it won't take up much time. Make sure to dress and lounge in the gathering room. There is a box of costumes for your pleasure. Kids will have a blast.
Ovaj Interpretacijski centar ima vrlo vrijednu etnološku zbirku sa 70 eksponata, koji, po svojoj koncepciji, otvaraju priču duhovnog i vjerskog života na ovim prostorima. Obiluje bogatim izborom fotografija, koje se odnose na gradove i regiju Hercegovine.
The museum, opened in 2006, to celebrate the second anniversary of the reconstruction of the bridge, has its premises inside the Tara Tower complex and is made up of three distinct sections.The ﬁrst, represented by the Tower itself, displays an exhibition of objects of archaeological interest discovered during the reconstruction carried out ...
Mostarska sahat-kula se nalazi u Mostaru i nacionalni je spomenik Bosne i Hercegovine. Smještena je na lijevoj obali rijeke Neretve u Starom gradu, u mahali Brankovac u Bajatovoj ulici. Sahat-kula u Mostaru predstavlja značajan sadržaj čaršije. Mostarska čaršija počinje od sahat-kule do Čejvan-ćehajine džamije.
The central city square. There lies the Gymnasium Mostar, one of the most beautiful buildings from the Austro-Hungarian period, and Croatian National Theatre, which is still under construction. Grad Mostar decided on 12 October 1995 to give the name of the main square Spanish square, in memory of the 21 who died of the Spanish troops in UNPROFOR during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Crooked Bridge (Kriva Ćuprija) On the Radobolja River, near to where it joins the Neretva, close to the Old Bridge, stands the Crooked Bridge, a miniature version of The Old Bridge -Stari Most. Built in 1558, eight years prior to the more famous Old Bridge, it is believed to have been built as a trial attempt for the following, more daring, construction.
Blagaj Fort (pronounced ), locally known as Stjepan grad, is a town-fortress complex near the town of Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The old Blagaj Fort (Bona, Stjepan grad) was built on a high, inaccessible karst hill, at an elevation of 310 metres (1,020 ft) above sea level and 266 metres (873 ft) above the source of the river Buna.
The Turkish public bath near the Tabačica mosque and the Tabhana (the town district encompassing leather processing workshops) was built between the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century in the classical Ottoman architectural style.
Vrelo Bune is the natural and architectural ensemble at the Buna river spring near Blagaj kasaba (village-town) and a part of the wider "Townscape ensemble of the town of Blagaj - Historical and Natural Heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina", southeast of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.