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The top 33 attractions in Mostar

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Stari Most
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Mostar Bridge, Stari Most, is a very important symbol of twentieth century European history. Destroyed during the Balkan War and r
Cities in Mostar
Historic Centre of Mostar
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A beautiful place to visit, where the East meets West through the Stari Most. The old town, so to speak, is beautifully restored w
Historical Monuments in Mostar
Pocitelj Clock Tower
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The Clock Tower is of late Romanesque style and reminds us of the Western influence on Islamic people. Its height makes gives it a
Bays in Mostar
Bacevici
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In the outskirts of Mostar, southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Netzo, my home, leaving Serbia where there are few youth to go to the
Churches in Mostar
Franciscan Church
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One of the first things that strikes you about the cityscape of Mostar are its minarets. The steeple of this Franciscan church is
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Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque
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The entrance to the mosque isn't free, and inside after paying, you can see a well-kept interior with small paintings, stained gla
Mosques in Mostar
Neziraga Mosque
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This mosque dates back to the year 1550, but it had to be rebuilt after the devastation of the war in the 1990's. It's a pretty sm
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Clock Tower (Sahat Kula)
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15 metres high, this bell and clock tower stands on Bajatova, the staircase street that leads from the centre of Mostar up the hil
Mosques in Mostar
Roznamedzi Ibrahim Efendi Mosque
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This is the only mosque that survived the terrible bombing that destroyed Mostar between 1993 and 1995. It stands in Feljica Brac
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Bajatova
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The Bajatova is a unique street for many reasons. The first is structural: it is a street formed by a staircase that starts in the
Mosques in Mostar
Nesuhaga Vučjakovića Mosque
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It was built by Nesuhaga Vucijakovic, born in Ljubuski in 1528-1529. The mosque was expanded with an Islamic primary school and,
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Gimnazija Mostar
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One example of the new post-war Mostar is the new Gymnasium, the grammar school of the city. It is a huge and majestic building b
Unusual Places in Mostar
Former Front Line
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Here you can see with your own eyes the scars of war. A poignant, sobering moment during your trip to Mostar. Almost twenty years
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Tara Tower
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Today, Tara Tower on the left bank of the Neretva, the river that runs through Mostar, houses the circle of swimmers. This is a tr
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Mosques in Mostar
Hadzi Alija Mosque
Hadzi Alija Mosque was built by Hadzi Alija from 1526 to 1563. It is built in dark stone with a dome on a square base with three
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Počitelj Madrasa
Hamam (public baths), a popular seventeenth century installment. It was the only place where women were allowed to go out (with t