Tina Ujevića runs from Džidžikovac St. in the west, to Mejtaš (actually Buka St.) in the east.
The street dates back to the Ottoman period and its first name was Čekrekčinica, after the cemetery that was once part of the Muslihudin Čekrekčija endowment and is now Veliki Park.
In 1900, the street was named after Baron Hugo Kutscher, civilian attaché to the leader of the National Government during Austro-Hungarian rule. Kutscher had a villa nearby, which is now home to the Austrian Embassy in BiH.
From 1919 to 1948, the street bore the name Trumbićeva, after Dr. Anto Trumbić, who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs during the first government of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
From 1948 to 1994, it was named after Mustafa Golubić, a Herzegovinian revolutionary, member of Mlada Bosna and later a communist and Soviet informer.
The current name was given on May 19, 1994, after the poet, Augustin “Tin” Ujević (1891-1955). He was active in Sarajevo from 1930 to 1937, a period when he wrote and published some of his major works.