Ali Pasha's Mosque or Ali Pasha Mosque was constructed in Sarajevo during 1560–61 as a vakıf (legacy or perpetual endowment) of Sofu Hadım Ali Pasha, the Ottoman former governor of the Bosnia Eyalet of the Ottoman Empire, after his death in September 1560. Description. The mosque was built according to the classical Istanbul architectural style.
Exhibition at the Historical Archive of Sarajevo “Urban Development of Sarajevo Through History” by archivist Velida Jerlagic, and exhibition of the Sarajevo Museum “Models of Sarajevo” from the museum’s collection were opened yesterday on the occasion of Independence Day of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in Brusa bezistan.
Cathedral Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos - Sarajevo The Cathedral Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos is the Serbian Orthodox cathedral in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Theotokos is the Greek title of Mary, the mother of Jesus, used in the Eastern Orthodox Church.
The tower's current clock mechanism was brought from London in 1875 by Sarajevan merchants, Hašimaga Glođo and Mehaga Kapetanović. A famous watchmaker and former muvekit from Sarajevo, Abdulah Kasumagić, gilded the hands and numbers on all four of the clock faces.
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The Emperor’s Mosque is Sarajevo’s oldest mosque and one of the oldest in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is presumed that Isa Bey Ishaković, the founder of Sarajevo, had this place of worship built soon after the city’s founding in 1462 in honor of Sultan Mehmed II “the Conqueror”.
Ferhadija Mosque (Bosnian: Ferhat-pašina džamija, Turkish: Ferhad Paşa Camii), also known as Ferhat-Pasha Mosque, Ferhad-Beg Vuković Mosque, is a central building in the city of Sarajevo built by Bosnian Sanjak-bey (governor) Ferhad-Beg Vuković, a descendant of the famous mediaeval Vuković-Desisalić family.
The Goat's Bridge (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Kozija ćuprija / Козја ћуприја) is a large stone bridge that crosses the Miljacka river to the east of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.. History. It was built by the Ottomans in the 16th century. It is the only fully preserved bridge from the Ottoman period which still spans the Miljacka River. The bridge, which is made primarily ...
The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded on 13th November 1945. Since 1963 the museum is situated in a building specially built for such purpose. Museum changed its name several times and cronologically expanded the borders of its research and collecting work towards past and present.
Offering mountain views, Apartment Latin Bridge is an accommodation situated in Sarajevo, 50 yards from Latin bridge and 350 yards from Bascarsija Street. This apartment also features free WiFi. This air-conditioned apartment is fitted with 1 bedroom and a bathroom with a bath and a shower.
In the future, the museum aims to become the Research and Documentation Center. Museum of crimes against humanity and genocide abounds in rich archive material and offers a multidisciplinary approach to the research of events that took place in BiH in the period from 1992 – 1995.
The Museum of Modern Literature is located in Marbach, on a rock plateau overlooking the Neckar River valley. As the birthplace of Friedrich Schiller, the town’s park already held the Schiller National Museum, built in 1903, and the German Literature Archive, built in the 1970s.
The Museum of Sarajevo 1878-1918 is located in the actual building outside which Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie were assassinated. The Austro-Hungarian period in Bosnia and Herzegovina saw the introduction of a new, modern system of administration, industrialization, and new road and rail communications.
The gallery was open and held exhibitions during the whole period of the siege of Sarajevo and the Bosnian war in 1992-1995. However, afterwards it received considerably less funding due to the failure of the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina to recognize the gallery as a national institution.
The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Zemaljski Muzej Bosne i Hercegovine / Земаљски музеј Босне и Херцеговине) is located in central Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was established in 1888, having originally been conceived around 1850.
During the Austro-Hungarian period was located in Ilidža, but later it was relocated to the northeastern part of Sarajevo, just 2 kilometers away from downtown, in the municipality of Centar. Zoo. In Pionirska dolina zoo there are 57 species of animals from all over the world.
The Sacred Heart Cathedral (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Katedrala Srca Isusova / Катедрала Срца Исусова) is a Catholic church in Sarajevo; commonly referred as the Sarajevo Cathedral (Sarajevska katedrala / Сарајевска катедрала), it is the largest cathedral in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
When Sarajevo was awarded the 1984 Winter Olympics in 1977, a bobsleigh and luge track was proposed. The track design was approved in 1981, with construction starting on 1 June of that year. Construction was completed on 30 September 1982 at a cost YUD 563,209,000.
The Jewish Museum or Museum of the Jews of Bosnia and Herzegovina is housed in the oldest synagogue in Bosnia and Herzegovina, built in 1581. Svrzo’s House Svrzo’s House represents the lifestyle of an urban Muslim family in the late 18th and throughout the 19th century.
The Sarajevo Tunnel (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Sarajevski tunel / Сарајевски тунел), also known as Tunel spasa (Тунел спаса, English: Tunnel of rescue) and Tunnel of Hope, was an underground tunnel constructed between March and June 1993 during the Siege of Sarajevo in the midst of the Bosnian War.
The Suada and Olga Bridge is made of concrete and connects Marijin Dvor, on the right side of the Miljacka River, with the neighborhoods of Kovačići and Grbavica on the left. During the Ottoman period, there was a wooden structure known as Ćirišhanska Ćuprija (bridge), which took its name after the glue factory (ćirišhana) that was located on the right bank of the river.