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  1. The Old Temple

    The Old Temple

    Architecture, Religious, Historical, War related, National Treasure

    Velika avlija bb, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Religious, Historical, War related, National Treasure The Old Jewish Temple, also known as the Old Synagogue and the Great Temple (Il Kal Grandi), is the oldest place of worship for Jews in Sarajevo. More

  2. University of Sarajevo Campus

    University of Sarajevo Campus

    Architecture, Historical, War related

    Zmaja od Bosne, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical, War related The campus of the University of Sarajevo is located on the site which used to belong to the Maršal Tito Military Barracks. This facility was initially called Filipovića Lager (camp), after Baron Josip Filipović, Commander o... More

  3. Vakuf Skyscraper

    Vakuf Skyscraper

    Architecture, Historical

    Ferhadija 2, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical The Vakuf Skyscraper, known to Sarajevans as the JAT Skyscraper, is the oldest of its kind in Sarajevo and is located near Vječna Vatra (Eternal Flame), right where the city’s two main walking streets, Ferhadija and Tit... More

  4. Vladimir “Walter” Perić Monument

    Vladimir “Walter” Perić Monument

    Historical, War related

    Hiseta, Sarajevo | Map

    Historical, War related The bust of Vladimir “Walter” Perić – the legendary leader of the Sarajevo resistance movement during World War II – is near Skenderija Bridge, close to the old power distribution center. More

  5. Vraca Memorial Park

    Vraca Memorial Park


    Sarajevo | Map

    Historical Vraca Memorial Park is located in what was once an Austro-Hungarian fortification built at the end of the 19th century in Vraca, a neighborhood on the northern slopes of Trebević. This park has great cultural, historical, artistic... More

  6. Zagreb Hotel

    Zagreb Hotel

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure

    Valtera Perića 1, Sarajevo | Map

    Architecture, Historical, National Treasure This building, which was formerly home to Zagreb Hotel, was built in 1898 according to designs by Karl Paržik. Built a year after Valtera Perića Street was laid out, it was originally intended to serve as rental/commercial propert... More