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The Vijecnica (City Hall) burned during the early days of the war in 1992, and was fully restored in 2014. It’s spectacularly beautiful and well worth seeing. Don’t miss the museum downstairs, which provides a very informative history of Sarajevo.
This is a very worthwhile place to visit. The city hall itself is a beautiful building. But,the museum on the bottom floor has all the information you need about the history of Sarajevo. It explains the history of Bosnia, in English, for the various time...More
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The Vjecnica (Sarajevo City Hall) was constructed in 1892-94 and was built to house the cities local officials, and administrative staff. The City Hall was turned into a National library towards the end of WW2, and remains the biggest and...More
the vijecnica is the most beautiful building in sarajevo. the architecture is amazing. i have visited it twice in the past years. this time i wanted to see the mersad berber exhibition. i paid 10 KM for entrance. the berber collection was impressive and it...More
Sarajevos City Hall, ex National Library, that had been so savagely destroyed by the Serbian barbarians during Bosnia's war for independence and then beautifully reconstructed and reopened on the anniversary of Sarajevo Assasination 2014
Building is one of the best known symbols of Sarajevo. It was built in Austro-Hungarian times; it was a cultural center (library) and place of Serbian vandalism during the war in Bosnia when they set a fire in the library. World specialists restored it and...More
My friends told me some words about the war history of Sarajevo and how it was to,live there during the last war and how many buildings have been destroyed. They took us also tomthe City Hall building where we payed a small fee for the...More