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  1. Orthodox Metropolitanate

    Orthodox Metropolitanate

    Architecture, Religious, Historical, National Treasure

    Zelenih Beretki 3, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Religious, Historical, National Treasure The Orthodox Metropolitanate mansion was built in 1899 as a residential-commercial complex next to the Congregational Church of the Holy Mother. It makes use of Serbian-Byzantine and Neo-Romantic styles and was designed by archite... More

  2. Rimski Most (the Bridge in Plandište)

    Rimski Most (the Bridge in Plandište)

    Attraction

    Plandište, Sarajevo | Map

    Attraction The Bridge in Plandište, or Roman Bridge, is located at the western entrance to Sarajevo, about two kilometers downstream from the source of the Bosna River. More

  3. Saburina House

    Saburina House

    Architecture, Historical

    Saburina 6, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical Saburina House was built in Kovači in the middle of the 18th century and is one of few preserved examples of residential architecture in Sarajevo dating from the Ottoman period. More

  4. Sebilj

    Sebilj

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure

    Baščaršijski trg, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure There used to be hundreds of sebiljs (kiosk-shaped public fountains) in Sarajevo, but today the last one is found on Baščaršija Square, where it serves as a major symbol of the city. More

  5. Šeher-ćehajina Ćuprija

    Šeher-ćehajina Ćuprija

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure, The Bridges of Sarajevo

    Obala Kulina bana, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure, The Bridges of Sarajevo Known to Sarajevans as Šeherija, Šeher-ćehajina Ćuprija is located across from Sarajevo Vijećnica and connects Nadmlini on the right bank of the Miljacka and Alifakovac on the left. More

  6. Skenderija Bridge (“the concrete bridge”)

    Skenderija Bridge (“the concrete bridge”)

    The Bridges of Sarajevo

    Obala Kulina bana, Sarajevo | Map

    The Bridges of Sarajevo Skenderija is a concrete bridge that was built in 1969 in order to provide smoother traffic flow between the left and right banks of the Miljacka River, especially near Skenderija Center, which was opened the same year. This cultu... More

  7. Skenderija Steel Bridge (Eiffel's Bridge)

    Skenderija Steel Bridge (Eiffel's Bridge)

    The Bridges of Sarajevo

    Skenderija, Sarajevo | Map

    The Bridges of Sarajevo The Skenderija Steel Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that is known to Sarajevans as Eiffel's Bridge. Somewhere near the bridge's current location the Ottoman governor, Skender Pasha, had a wooden bridge erected at the end of th... More

  8. SPKD Prosvjeta Building

    SPKD Prosvjeta Building

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure

    Sime Milutinovića Sarajlije 1, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure The building for the Serbian Cultural-educational Society (SPKD), Prosvjeta, was designed by Miloš Miladinović and built in 1911. More

  9. St. Joseph’s Church

    St. Joseph’s Church

    Architecture, Religious, Historical

    Srpskih ratnika bb, Pale | Map

    Architecture, Religious, Historical St. Joseph’s Church was built in Pale in 1911 so as to meet the needs of lumberjacks who were working in the forests around Sarajevo. It later became a seat of religious life for Catholics who were living around Romanija. More

  10. Stari Grad Hotel (Gazi Hotel)

    Stari Grad Hotel (Gazi Hotel)

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure

    Mula Mustafe Bašeskije 57, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure The Stari Grad Hotel complex comprises what used to be Gazi Hotel, which was part of the Gazi Husrev Bey Vakuf (GHB endowment), and the Kadić family residence. More