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    Kujundziluk Street: Stone path to Turkish delights

    by acemj Updated Feb 28, 2004

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    Here's a wide shot of Kujundziluk street. As you walk along this stretch you are surrounded by stone. The street below your feet and the walls surrounding you all are made of ancient, cold stone.

    Many of the shops along the street are run by local artisans that sell objects ranging from rugs to copperworks to jewelry and paintings. It's a shopper's delight (even if you're not Turkish).

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    Kujundziluk Street: Turkish Bazaar

    by acemj Updated Feb 28, 2004

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    There is a street on the eastern edge of the Neretva River that runs downhill toward the Old Bridge that reminds me of another time. Walking here, I felt like the clock had rolled back 50 or maybe a hundred years and the shops that line the street are very interesting for browsing. You'll find local handicrafts and tourisy items as well.

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  • Decorative Plates, Turkish Tea Sets, etc.: If you want something native to the area....

    by Shafali Updated Dec 6, 2003

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    Souvenir shops in the Old Town by the Old Bridge...they sell jewelry, plates, tea sets, metal art pieces, military memorabilia

    What to buy: Keep in mind that if you're looking for items from or made in Mostar or Bosnia & Herzegovina, then to ask the shopkeeper. One of them told me that the beautiful plates they sell come from Turkey...hehe....so even though Mostar was heavily influenced by the Turks in the past, some of these items are still bought from Turkey and sold in Mostar. So maybe you will think twice about that if origin is important to you...

    What to pay: I bought a 4 person silver tea set for 15 Euros. Prices seemed cheap. For 20-40 Euros you can definitely buy some upper end items.

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    main street: Traditional shoes (Chariks)

    by Arkeolog Written Mar 2, 2009

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    Traditional Ottoman Shoes Mostar

    These traditional shoes can be a good gift from Mostar and B&H. I bought for my daughter and she loved. I know they look uncomfortable but indeed they are really good :)

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    main street at Mostar: traditional wooden doors

    by Arkeolog Written Mar 2, 2009

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    handmade wooden doors

    The traditional Ottoman doors are very popular in local art. You can see various types of those doors in the shpos of Mostar.

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    atelier "Ekra": Paintings and More

    by easterntrekker Written Aug 17, 2008

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    This was one of our favorite shops . The owner is an interesting older man who is academic painter. His paintings are quite good with motifs of the Old bridge.

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    Mirela's hairdresser shop - Wella: Mirela's hairdresser shop

    by ostia Written Nov 4, 2005

    Mirela is a very good hairdresser, can speak English and friendly. I highly recommend her to anyone!

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  • Suviners

    by Mina17 Written May 16, 2005
    Mostar

    These are everywhere...and they're cute to put around the house or just to buy for someone as a gift.

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