Ismet Mujezinović was born in Tuzla in 1907. He completed his fine arts education in Zagreb, and after its completion, he spent time in France, attending a course in art history at the Sorbonne. From the moment he entered the art scene until the end of his life, three distinct periods of our recent history […]
Mehmed Meša Selimović, born on April 26, 1910, in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, was a prominent Bosnian-Herzegovinian writer. Growing up in Tuzla, he completed his primary school and gymnasium education. In 1930, he enrolled in the study program for Serbo-Croatian language and Yugoslav literature at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. He graduated in
Explore the architectural legacy of Karlo Paržik, a Czech-born architect who played a pivotal role in shaping Sarajevo’s urban fabric during his almost six-decade-long presence. His works encompass the iconic Zemaljski muzej (National Museum), the neorenaissance Marijin dvor, the unique Sarajevska sinagoga (Sarajevo Synagogue), and the versatile Evangelistička crkva (Evangelical Church), showcasing his architectural prowess. Paržik’s designs also extended to significant structures like Vijećnica (City Hall) and the revived Hotel Evropa, leaving an indelible mark on Sarajevo’s architectural heritage.
Gazi Husrev-beg is a revered historical figure in Sarajevo and an important name in Bosnian history. He was a prominent Ottoman governor and philanthropist who left a lasting legacy in the city. One of his most notable contributions is the Gazi Husrev-beg Complex, which includes the famous Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, the Sahat-kula (Clock Tower), and
…From Humble Beginnings to Ottoman Greatness… Discover the fascinating life of Mehmed-paša Sokolović, a prominent figure in the Ottoman Empire who rose from humble origins to become the esteemed Grand Vizier. Born in 1505 in the village of Sokolovići near Rudo in the Višegrad district, Mehmed-paša’s life took an extraordinary turn when he was separated