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One of the main symbols of the four-century Turkish rule over Podgorica. This building, built by Hafis-Pasha in the 18th century, dominates the landscape of the Stara Varos. This cultural and historic monument has been the only public clock in the...more
Trg Becir Bega Osmanagica bb | Stara Varos, Podgorica, Podgorica Municipality, Montenegro
The Sahat kula or the clock tower is nicely restored but there isn't that much to see. There is a clock on one side of the tower, apparently on the side where the old town used to be.
There is a pretty good local restaurant...More
The clock tower - a typical feature of Islamic/Islam-inspired Old Towns all over south-eastern Europe - marks the 'entrance' to Podgorica's modest Old Town and is its most striking and photogenic feature.
The building stands alone in a square. It is well restored and nice to look at, but the area is squalid as most of this town, reconstructed after massive bombings in WWII and still full of gloomy soviet style buildings. Places to eat in the...More
Nothing much is left of Podgorica's old city after the destructive bombings during WOII, but this 17th century clock tower is. For the Ottoman elite at the time it was important their subjects knew which time to pray.
As so many other remnants of Ottoman...More
One of the few Ottoman landmarks that survived World War II bombing .The Clock tower is located at Bećir Beg Osmanagić square, in the Stara Varoš neighborhood of Podgorica. It was built in 1667 by Hadzi Pasa Osmanagic , a prominent citizen of Podgorica and...More