Sahat Kula (Clock Tower) is a historical monument located in the center of Foča, a town in the eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The tower was built in the 16th century by the Ottomans and it served as a clock tower and a watchtower to protect the town from intruders.
Sahat Kula is one of the best-preserved clock towers in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is considered to be one of the symbols of Foča. The tower is 20 meters high and has four levels. It is made of stone and has a wooden roof, with a clock mechanism located on the top level.
Visitors can climb to the top of the tower to enjoy panoramic views of the town and the surrounding mountains. The tower is also used as a cultural and exhibition center, hosting various events throughout the year.