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Friday. 15. February. 2019

Public fountains are the centuries old symbol of Sarajevo 

For several centuries, public drinking water fountains are unforgettable and decorative symbols of the City of Sarajevo. These fountains primarily served the locals, but also the travelers, to stop, drink fresh, cold water and...

Šeranić’s House – The first residential building constructed in Banja Luka

Šeranić’s House, built in 1580, is one of the important cultural and historical monuments of Banja Luka. This house, which is number one in town on the Vrbas River, is the first built residential...

Catacombs – The mystical site built 600 years ago

Catacombs or an underground church, carved into the rock more than 600 years ago, remained one of the most interesting monuments in the area of ​​the Royal City of Jajce. The kings were changing,...

Old town Dubrovnik near Ilijaš: Proof of cooperation between Kulin ban and Dubrovnik citizens

Old Town Dubrovnik, Medieval fortress in the area of ​​Višnjica settlement, in the municipality of Ilijaš. In the 13th century, the area between Sarajevo and Visoko field belonged to the old Bosnian parish of...

Trebinje: A beautiful bridge with two names

There are few bridges in our country that can be compared with the beauty of lines and the imagination of shapes of this specific bridge. The Višegrad Bridge on the Drina is much larger...

The symbol of Konjic – Old Stone Bridge: The place where Bosnia joins Herzegovina

The old stone bridge in Konjic is one of the four most important in Bosnia and Herzegovina, next to the Old Bridge in Mostar, the Višegrad Bridge on Drina and the Trebinje Arslanagić Bridge....

Vareš: 780 years old blacksmith craft preserved by three masters only

Through a macadam road, along the Krivaje canyon, and then along the river Oćevijica, a 30-minute drive from Olovo to Vareš, and one arrives in an unusual and faraway village on the Zvijezda Mountain...

Sarajevo: Ejub Lazović works half a century as a saddler

Sarajevo Baščaršija is abundant with artisans who for several centuries have preserved ancient artisanship from oblivion and are visited by tourists coming to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarači (masters who make leather...

Birth house of Ivo Andrić attracts thousands of tourists

Thousands of tourists visit Travnik every year, primarily to see the birthplace of the literary Nobel Prize-winner Ivo Andrić, visit his birth house transformed into a memorial museum, and look for the features and...

Kula Grad near Zvornik: One of the largest fortresses of medieval Bosnia

For centuries, on the Mlađevac hill above Drina, the fortress has been countinuosly built. The legend says that cursed Jerina, the wife of the Serbian despot Đurđa Branković, built it and the famous dervish,...
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