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Modern World Longest Siege - Siege of Sarajevo Half-day Tour
"Tour usually starts from the old town of Sarajevo and immediately we head towards the War Tunnel Museum - Tunnel of Hope. On the way there (roughly 25-30 min drive) we explain and show you a lot of things essential to understand reasons behind the breaku Bosnian Presidency building famous Sniper Alley Marshall Tito Barracks Parliament Hotel Holiday Inn National TV house and few other locations important for the overall understanding concept of Sarajevo Siege.Once we arrive at the Tunnel
From EUR25.00
Herzegovina Day Tour from Sarajevo
"Tour starts in Sarajevo but can be arranged from elsewhere if requested. First stop of the day is a short visit to the old part of Konjic town. Unique prehistorically inhabited famous for 17th century 6-arch Old Bridge looming over the turquoise Neretva river it is a day’s perfect start. Standing at the site of WW2's last day
From EUR70.00
Sarajevo Private Full Day Tour from Split
"Explore the beautiful city of Sarajevo renowned for its religious diversity. This all-day private tour of the Jerusalem of Europe takes in the Baščaršija bazaar churches mosques Tunnel of Hope and gorgeous natural landscape of Vrelo Bosne.Our professional driver will pick you up on your adress in Split area and take you or your group with luxury air conditioned minivan.It is your private tour so you can manage your trip and decide where you li Mostar
From EUR500.00

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The Clock Tower - Sahat Kula

This Clock Tower, built in the 17th century, is the most interesting one that was built during the Ottoman rule. During the Austro-Hungarian period, a new clock replaced the old one.There are many...
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Jun 18, 2013

Clock Tower

The 30 metres tall Clock Tower (Sahat Kula) was probably erected in the early 17th century. In the early years it was reconstructed twice and after the Austro-Hungarian era it was even extended.The...
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Sep 25, 2010

Clocktower - SAHAT KULA

Sarajevo sahat-kula was one of the tallest and prettiest in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was errected in XVII century and after a fire in 1697. it was renewed just as in 1762. After Habsburg occupation...
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Apr 19, 2006

The Tower-Clock

Sarajevo's tower-clock was one of the highest but also the most beautiful in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was built in the XVII century, . After the Austro-Hungarian occupation upper zones of the...
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Nov 23, 2004

The clock tower

In Sarajevo there is a clock tower dating from the mid of 17th Century. Traders from London brought the clock to Sarajevo. The tourist information explains it was built during the otoman empire...
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Sep 23, 2004

The Clock Tower

Having to pray five times a day meant that good Muslims needed to know the time. Throughout the Ottoman empire, towers with public clocks were constructed for this purpose, and Sarajevo`s...
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Apr 24, 2004

Clock Tower

From early Ottoman times the Clock Tower was built by Gagi Husrev-Beb. It is in the old town next to the Mosque.It is a slim tower nearly 30 metres high.
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Sep 25, 2010

The Cloock Tower (Sahat kula)

In the Otoman Impery It was common to build the cloock towers mostly next to the mosques. This one is no exception. It dates from about 1600.
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Oct 07, 2005
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Baščaršija is historical and cultural center of Sarajevo. It is main touristic attraction in Sarajevo but also one of familiar places in whole country. It was build in 15th century by Isa-beg...
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Brusa Bezistan

The building was erected in 1551 by Rustem Pasha, Grand Vizier of Suleyman the Magnificent, and used for selling the silk (produced in Bursa). It was damaged during the 1992 to 1995 Bosnian war and...
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Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque

This is the most significant Islamic building in Bosnia and Herzegovina, dating back to 1530. It is distinguished by its architectural values, varied base, multi dome system and courageously...
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Sebilj Fountain

The Sebilj Fountain was erected in pseudo-Moorish style in 1891. Slighly below the current position used to stand a fountain which was built in the middle of the 18th century, but burnt down almost...
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Behind the beautiful Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and slightly further down to the left you can find a very colourful and busy fruit, vegetable and flower market. It is worth taking a stroll...
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The Yellow Fort

From the Yellow Fort you look down onto a large cemetery sloping down the hill. There are some older Ottoman style graves with turbans on top, but most of the graves date from the siege of Sarajevo....
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