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This city hall was around the corner near my hotel libris at Sarajevo, the day that I passed through , the front door of the city hall , there's a cool art exhibition, creative and can be purchased. Nice exterior of the building .
I traveled to Sarajevo sans husband for the first time to attend the Sarajevo Film Festival with a friend which meant I was able to behave like a conventional tourist.
On her first night in town we went to Bascarsija, ate at Zeljo, saw the...More
Beautiful interior and exterior! A must do when visiting Sarajevo! My friend and I visited the museum inside and it showed many pictures of the city hall during the war which was interesting. Also it gave many other insights about Sarajevo in general.
A very finely designed building, in Arabia and Africa style. Very Good for photos, especially in a sunny day afternoon when light is coming in right direction. Better take your photo on the other side of the river.
The building was originally opened in 1894 but was destroyed during the War of Independence in the 1990s. At the time it was a library. Over 700 manuscripts were destroyed, and unique Bosnian publications. There were 1.5 million books, and 155,000 rare books. Most were...More
If you read the Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway, you will know this place. It was built during the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Archduke himself was here shortly before he was shot to death. His death was the catalyst of the First World War...More
Unfortunately I was in Sarajevo shortly after the building was destroyed. I was able to walk through the remains but later visits to the city found the building fenced off so no visit was possible. It was amazing to return this trip and see the...More
One of the most beautiful buildings in the city with also a rich history which you will learn when visiting. Exhibition inside is also very nice, for locals and foreigners, where you will learn interesting topics also about Bosnian history.