Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House Hotel
the highlight of my trip
This is a national monument which people pay to visit. It also has rooms.
It is a truly unique experience. Take a look at the website. Modern and luxurious, but traditional too. I had my own Koran in the room, right next to the cable TV.
A good breakfast in the morning to top it off.
€50 p-night (inc breakfast) for me in October 09. A complete steal.
Unique Quality: Character & ambiance.
How often do you get to stay in a national monument?
Directions: To the right off M Tita - the main street on the east bank. Signposted.
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The Muslibegovic’s House
House full of love, house which is taken care of, house where one can feel past. House which has experienced the same as it’s occupants. Like echo inside you can hear old stories, like story of two brothers. Looks are wondering from one side to another, and stay longer at old things: boxes, furniture, Koran written 200 years ago by the master of kalligraphy and the clothes wrapped with love into white sheets. In one moment we admire the beauty of the divanhan, then we look at the details, small things, which introduce us to the world of Islamic culture and tradition. Good man who lives there, shared his knowledge, his hearth with us and showed us the new world.
Unique Quality: Muslibegovic house is a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina which is the monumental and the most beautiful residence of living architecture of ottoman period in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Build before 300 years a go, where the central residence was built on 1871. This year is opened for the first time for visitors an used as an accommodation which shows and presents way of living of Herzegovinan families in ottoman period. Muslibegovica house is museum with exponents from ottoman period. House made of economical part (i.e. selamluk) and central part (i.e. haremluk or family
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