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Less known Sites worth visiting in Sarajevo

October 17, 2018 8:00 AM
Less known Sites worth visiting in Sarajevo

Have you tried somun at “Aisa“, visited “Biban“, in “Park Princeva“, do you know Trebevic and surrounding picnic areas as your palm, as kid you run several times from Brewery to Trebevic with a famous cable car? Bistrik is a settlement on the side of Miljaka which defies to Vratnik […]

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Arab Tourists explained why They Love BiH!

October 2, 2018 4:30 PM
Arab Tourists explained why They Love BiH!

In an article for Arab News, the reporter and photographer Tharik Hussain writes on a number of reasons why Arab tourists actually love BiH. According to him, there is a lot of cheap things in BiH, the climate is favorable and BiH is a friendly country for Muslims. “My family […]

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18 most contemporary Architectural Solutions in BiH presented in Trebinje

September 10, 2018 7:00 AM
18 most contemporary Architectural Solutions in BiH presented in Trebinje

The annual exhibition of the best architectural and urbanistic solutions in BiH “Colegium artisticum 2018”, was opened in the gallery of the Cultural Center in Trebinje, in the organization of the Association of Architects of BiH. The exhibition includes 17 award-winning projects and one out-of-competition work, which represent the most […]

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Event “Days of Architecture” opened in Sarajevo

May 25, 2018 8:00 AM
Event “Days of Architecture” opened in Sarajevo

The exhibition “3650 Days of Contemporary Architecture in Sarajevo” took place in the Ars Aevi Museum in Sarajevo for the opening of the event “Days of Architecture 2018”, and it represents results of all the efforts and hard work invested in this event that will be held for the eleventh […]

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Have you visited the Vizier City of Travnik?

April 30, 2018 3:00 PM
Have you visited the Vizier City of Travnik?

The city of Travnik is located in the valley of the Lasva River, and it is surrounded by Vlasic Mountain from the north and Vilenica Mountain from the south. Early Slavs left almost no evidence of the first 500 years of their presence in Travnik and the surrounding area. The […]

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Selman Selmanagic, a Bosniak who is admired by whole Germany

April 14, 2018 1:00 PM
Selman Selmanagic, a Bosniak who is admired by whole Germany

Far from the deserved interest in BiH, German edition of the book “Selman Selmanagic und das Bauhaus”, whose author is great historian of art, prof. dr. Aida Abadzic – Hodzic, was presented on the beginning of this week in Berlin, with significant attention of professional and wide public. All of […]

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City Hall: Light that goes through its Multicoloured Windows highlights the Paintwork

March 26, 2018 5:00 PM
City Hall: Light that goes through its Multicoloured Windows highlights the Paintwork

Strolling through the streets of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Anabright Hay finds much to admire. A striking, stripped pseudo-Moorish building beside Sarajevo’s Miljacka River has long featured on postcards and in guidebooks and is top of my list to explore. How did such a building, inspired by the architecture […]

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Impressive Architecture of the former Yugoslavia at the Exhibition of the MoMA Museum in New York

January 22, 2018 2:45 PM
Impressive Architecture of the former Yugoslavia at the Exhibition of the MoMA Museum in New York

The Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) will explore the impressive concrete structures of the former Yugoslavia, highlighting the urban vision created during the years of communism, at an exhibition which will be opened this summer. The name of the exhibition is “Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in […]

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Exhibition dedicated to the Development of Tourist Architecture in Yugoslavia opened in Sarajevo

November 17, 2017 1:15 PM
Exhibition dedicated to the Development of Tourist Architecture in Yugoslavia opened in Sarajevo

“The Month of Museum 2017”, which is held in the Historical Museum of BiH, represents a manifestation of this museum that promotes cultural and historical heritage and museum practices for the second year in a row. The exhibition “The Sunny Side of Modernism – The Tourist Architecture of Boris Magas, […]

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Have you visited One of the earliest built Mosques in BiH?

September 25, 2017 2:00 PM
Have you visited One of the earliest built Mosques in BiH?

The village of Kotezi on the heights of Popovo field is hiding remains of perhaps one of the oldest mosques in BiH among its walls. Muje Kotezlije mosque from the 15th century is a national monument of our country. During the Ottoman rule, besides the mosque and a mekteb (Islamic […]

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