Mostar Things to Do

  • Kujundziluk
    Kujundziluk
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  • Old town, bridge and tourists
    Old town, bridge and tourists
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  • The infamous cobblestones
    The infamous cobblestones
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  • 1. Old Bridge - Stari Most

    As a matter of fact, the old bridge was six years old. The old one was destroyed by the war, and this one was built recently, (almost) following the original. What shall I say, about a town that has...

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  • 2. Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque

    The Koskin-Mehmed Pasha's Mosque is pretty small and you are allowed to enter with your shoes on and women are allowed to enter without covering their hair. You can also go up to the top of the...

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  • 3. Turkish House

    Kajtaz house was built betwen 16th and 17th century. The original form is preserved, The first thing that you notice as soon as you enter is the high wall around the house which was not thought to...

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  • 4. Crooked Bridge - Kriva Cuprija

    The so-called „Crooked Bridge“ is a little older than the famous „Stari Most“ (old Bridge). At least, the original bridge was so. While the original Stari Most was bombed in 1993, the Crooked Bridge...

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  • 5. Kujundziluk

    While the Kujundziluk is locally seen to be the western side of the river and the traditional base for local craftspeople and merchants, Kujundziluk extends across the river and is equally as charming...

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  • 6. Neretva River

    The city may be divided culturally and ethnically, but it is physically by the Neretva river. The cool, fresh water of the river cuts through the sun drenched valley, the scorching summer sun...

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  • 7. Old Town

    Together with Stari Most, Mostar's old town forms an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old town includes mainly the cobbled stone area along Kujundziluk, but also extends to Mala Tepa as well as...

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  • 8. Karadjoz Bey Mosque

    Located on the main shopping street, the Karadjoz-Bey Mosque was built in 1557. It has a wooden-roofed veranda as well an annex with four domes (now used as a clinic). Reconstruction of this, the...

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  • 9. Radobolja River

    While the green-blue Neretva river steals all the plaudits in Mostar, there is another aquatic beauty in Mostar which runs form west to east into the Neretva. The narrow Radobolja river divides onto...

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  • 10. Karadozbegova Mosque

    This is the largest mosque in the region with the widest dome – however, it is also considered to be one of the finest examples of muslim architecture. You can roam the grounds for free, entry to the...

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  • 11. Clock Tower

    The construction of the 15 m high Clock Tower (Sahat Kula) in the early 17th century was financed by the prosperous citizen Fatima Šariæ. Since 1838 it was home...

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  • 12. Kravice Falls: Nice for Nature Lovers

    In June, we drove to Kravice Falls from Dubrovnik (passing through 3 checkpoints). This is not a trip for anyone who suffers from the heat or has trouble with...

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  • 13. Gymnazija (Grammar School)

    Though the school moved into the building in 1898 already, it was only completed in 1902. The building has some Austrian art nouvaeu features but is rather...

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  • 14. Ruins and former front line

    18 years after the end of the war, there are still many war ruins in Mostar. These are bombed and burned out buildings which still haven't been reconstructed....

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  • 15. Catholic Church

    Mostar's Catholic church (St. Peter & Paul) was built in 1866 in neoromanesque style. In 1992, during the Balkan Wars, it was destroyed - but when it was...

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  • 16. New Orthodox Church (Cathedral)

    The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, better known as New Orthodox Church, was once a splendid church building, known beyond the city. It was finished in 1873 in a...

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  • 17. Grammar School

    This beautiful building was surrounded by burnt out buildings. It is a grammar school in pseudo-Moorish style and dates from 1898. It was built by Franz Blasek....

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  • 18. The Old Orthodox Church.

    This was hard to find and when we eventually found it it was closed. We headed up the hill past the old clock tower, passed under a motorway and then should...

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  • 19. Hilltop Cemetery.

    We were looking for the Old Orthodox Church and went the wrong way and ended up in this stunning Christian cemetery with spectacular views over Mostar. The...

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  • 20. Park

    Back near the cultural centre there was a pleasant park located between Nikole Subica Srinjskog and Kralja Tvrtka. This was not marked on our map as a sight but...

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  • 21. The Bishop's Residence and Catholic Cathedral.

    The Bishop's Residence was on our map as a sight, so we went to have a look. It was quite a nice building but more interesting was the futuristic looking...

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  • 22. Franciscan Monastery

    We were on a mission to see all the sights marked on our map and this was one of them. It had such a tall tower we could never fit it in in a shot unless we...

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  • 23. Bogomil Tomb Building

    On the way between the train/bus terminal and the old town, you'll come along a modern ruin. This building looks to be a former museum but unfortunately I never...

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  • 24. Blagaj Tekija, Mostar, BAH

    "Blagaj" is a village in Herzegovina, in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 7 km south of Mostar.Tekija on Buna in Blagaj is an important monument of...

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  • 25. Destroyed Buildings, Front Line, Mostar, BAH

    Since the end of the wider war in 1995, great progress is being made in the reconstruction of the city of Mostar. The city was under direct monitoring from a...

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