Turbe is a significant tourist attraction in Bihać, offering a glimpse into the city’s rich history. According to local legends, Turbe’s origin is intertwined with a tale of bravery and devotion. During the fierce battles to defend Bihać against the larger Austrian-Hungarian army, two pašas (high-ranking officials) lost their lives. They were laid to rest […]
Located in Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kapetanova Kula is a fascinating historical site that attracts tourists from all over. This ancient tower, dating back to the Ottoman era, holds great significance in the region. Once a stronghold for the captains of the Bihać captaincy, it later served as a prison during the Austro-Hungarian occupation. View
Discover the enchanting “Girl from Una.” Bihać, nestled on the banks of the Una River in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, is filled with special monuments that breathe life into every corner of the city and captivate the attention of both residents and visitors. Just like the “Mustang” in Texas, the “People of the River” in
St. Anthony’s Church, constructed at the end of the 19th century and completed in 1894, is a significant religious landmark in Bihać. It is believed to have been built on the site of a demolished medieval church. The Catholic church stands out among the various sacral structures in the region and boasts an impressive spatial
Fethija Mosque in Bihać is a historical landmark with unique Ottoman and Gothic architectural elements. Visitors can admire its stunning interior, including the original round stained glass window. It’s a must-visit for history enthusiasts and those seeking cultural immersion. Rating: 4/5
Explore the castle’s unique blend of Ottoman and European architecture, learn about its rich history, and enjoy breathtaking views of the Una River. Combine your visit with a trip to the nearby Una National Park for a complete experience.