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  • Bazardžani Street is located in the heart of Baščaršija and runs into Čurćiluk veliki St. on its northern end and Obala Kulina Bana on its southern end.

    Since it really does connect some of Sarajevo’s oldest structures – Kolobara Han and Careva (Emperor’s) Mosque – it’s clear that this street serves as one of the oldest thoroughfares in Sarajevo.

    It is assumed that it was laid out in 1462, soon after the city on the Miljacka was founded.

    During the Ottoman period the street was called Kolobara Han Sokak and from 1878 to 1885 it bore the name, Put Kolobara St., then Kolobara St. At the beginning of the 20th century it was named after the bazardžani – merchants who imported primarily manufactured goods from the orient.

    Today, very popular Sarajevo club Hacienda is found on this street, as well as other bars and eateries.

    If you end up exploring Baščaršija, then this short street should definitely be on the list of places that are worth checking out.