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Old Town Vranduk

Old Town Vranduk, also known as Vranduk Fortress, is a medieval fortress located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, specifically near the town of Zenica. It is situated on a hilltop overlooking the Bosna River, about 14 kilometers northeast of Zenica. Vranduk Fortress dates back to the 14th century and is considered one of the most significant …

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Gospodska Street

Gospodska Street is one of the main pedestrian streets in the city of Banja Luka, which is located in the northern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The street is situated in the city center, and it is lined with numerous shops, cafes, restaurants, and other businesses. The street’s name, Gospodska, means “lordly” or “aristocratic,” and …

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Kastel Fortress

Kastel Fortress, also known as Kastel or Kastel Gradište, is a historic fortification located in the city of Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The fortress sits on a hill overlooking the city and the Vrbas River. It has a long and rich history, dating back to Roman times when it was originally built as …

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Despić House

Despića kuća, also known as the Despić House or House of Despić, is a historic Ottoman-era house located in the old town of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The house was built in the 18th century by a wealthy merchant family and it is a prime example of the traditional Ottoman architecture of the region. The …

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The “Markale” is the name commonly used for the city market in Sarajevo. The project for the market was created in 1894 under the name “Markthalle fur Sarajevo”. Gradska tržnica, or the City Market, is a large indoor marketplace located in the heart of Sarajevo. It was built in the Neo-Renaissance style in the late …

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Eternal Flame

The Eternal Flame in Sarajevo is a memorial site located in the center of the city, at the intersection of Ferhadija and Mula Mustafe Bašeskije streets. It was built in 1946 to commemorate the victims of World War II and represents a symbol of peace and hope. The flame is fueled by natural gas and …

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