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You are now standing in the centre of Sarajevo in front of the Eternal Flame. On the right is Ferhadija, which brings you to the Bašcarsija and to the left is Marshall Tito street.
Nowadays the carsija is a crowded place filled with souvenir shops, national restaurants and coffee houses. The first coffee house was opened in 1534, just after one had opened in Istanbul.
The Sebilj is a pseudo-Ottoman-style wooden fountain, built in the typical Moorish style in 1891. The Sebilj replaced a fountain built by Mehemed Pasha-Kukavica which stood here from 1753 but sadly burnt down 100 years later.
Gazi Housrev – Beg’s mosque
Here we are in the area of the city known as the Old Town. Here you will feel the oriental culture coming from every corner. Built in the 16th century, the Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the country.
The Sacred Heart Cathedral
It was built in honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, an important Catholic concept. The building is in the Neo-Gothic style, with Romanesque Revival elements.
Serbian Orthodox Church
You are now standing in front of the Orthodox Cathedral Church. Building began in 1863 when Sarajevo was part of the Bosnia Vilayet, a political area within the Ottoman Empire.
The house is divided into separate quarters for men, women and servants and includes several gardens and courtyards. From the terrace there is a good view of the city and in the evening you can hear the Miljacka river.
The Latin bridge built in 1798, has an infamous past. Also called the Princip-Bridge, it was here at the northern side of the Miljacka river that Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in 1914.
This covered market place dates back to the Ottoman period. Although badly damaged during the conflict it has recently been restored.
This is Sarajevo’s primary and largest synagogue. Located on the south bank of the Miljacka river, it was constructed in 1902 and remains the only functioning synagogue in the city.
Art Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The National Art Gallery does not look like a monument building and the café situated inside occupies a huge part of the space. It was established on October 11th, 1946 and moved to its current building in 1953.
National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The National Museum was established in 1888. In 1913, the museum was enlarged by the Czech architect Karel Parik, who designed a structure of four symmetric pavilions with an Italian Renaissance facade.
Academy of fine Arts Sarajevo
Like the National Museum and National Theatre, the Academy of Fine Arts was was designed by Czech-born architect Karel Parik and was origianlly the first Evangelistic church in Sarajevo.
Clock Tower: Sahat Kula
Dating back to the 17th century and towering above the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque in the centre of the city is the old Sarajevo clock tower.
National Theatre Sarajevo
Founded in November 1921, the opening ceremony of the National Theatre was led by Branislav Nušić, then Head of the Art Department at the Ministry of Education.
Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope
Between 1992 to 1995, Sarajevo was virtually surrounded by Serb forces and Butmir was the last Bosniak-held part of the city still linked to the outside world. However, between Butmir and the rest of Sarajevo lies the airport runway.
The view over the city is always something special, particularly at night. People say that Sarajevo has a particularly magical panorama during the winter and summer nights.
White Tabia of Sarajevo
The White Tabia or White fortress is an old fort overlooking the historic heart of Sarajevo. Situated at an altitude of 667 meters, it is a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The City Hall of Sarajevo
Building works began in 1892 and were completed in 1894, at a cost of 984,000 crowns, with 32,000 crowns provided for fixtures and fittings. It was formally opened 20 April 1896, and handed over to the City Authority.
Spring of the river Bosna
Is a public park, featuring a spring of the River Bosna, at the foothills of the Mount Igman on the outskirts of Sarajevo. One of the country’s popular natural landmarks and provides a quiet escape from an otherwise busy city life.
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