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This clock is located almost in the center of the town. I would of loved to enter the clock town but we were not allowed to enter on the day we visited. This is a landmark this is rich in culture and history.
It's not possible to visit the inside of the clock tower. Even so, have a look at the time shown on the clock and it will completely different to that on your watch or phone. The reason being that it is set to lunar, rather...More
Located near the Gai Husrev Beg Mosque, this attraction is easy to spot due to its location and height. For picture taking purpose, it is nice to include both this Tower and that of the Minaret located near by.
From my guide, I learned that...More
The 16th century Sarajevo Clock Tower is near the Bezistan, Sarajevo’s oldest shopping area. The unusual clock that keeps lunar time. The clock indicates the five times for daily Islam prayer – dawn, noon, afternoon, sunset, and night. With the lunar system, “the day begins...More
This keeps lunar time, possibly the only clock tower in the world to do so. The intention of this was to allow locals to time their prayers according to the clock. In order to be accurate the clock has to be recalibrated every 3 days...More
This clock tower is situated next to the Gazi Husrev-Beg mosque and shows the lunar time for daily prayers .According to this system the day begins at Sunset when the time is shown at 1200 hrs.When i had taken this photo the time was 1034...More