Mehmeda Spahe is in the center of Sarajevo, and runs parallel to Maršala Tita, from Kaptol St. (east) to Trampina St. (west).
The Pruščakova-Dalmatinska section was laid during WWI and was completed during the time of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
It got its first name in
Sokolska St. had a shorter section (the part that passes between the BiH Central Bank and MUP FBiH) which turned toward Maršala
With occupation in 1941, Sokolska became Ustaška, and a year after liberation on April 6, 1946, it was named after Boriša Kovačević, a liberation war hero.
It the early 1960s, it absorbed the Dalmatinska-Kaptol section.
Since 1994, it has been called Mehmeda Spahe, after the reputable lawyer who had a