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  • Kazandžiluk, one of the oldest and most beautiful streets in Sarajevo, was once part of a much larger Kazandžiluk bazaar and dates back to the 16th century, at a time when the craft and trading center was beginning to form in Sarajevo.

    This colorful street was named after Sarajevo’s master coppersmiths who made items out of copper, producing several hundred different items for daily use, most of which were copper dishes.

    Sarajevo’s coppersmiths have adapted their work to meet modern needs and, these days, Kazandžiluk Street is buzzing with tourists who are on the lookout for authentic Sarajevo souvenirs.

    You can enter Kazandžiluk from Baščaršija Square or from the southern end, where it meets Bravadžiluk Street.