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The Miljacka road is considered one of the best places to get to know the city of Sarajevo, as it is possible to walk along the road and get to know the bridges of the city, each of which has a distinctive story, in addition to the ability to see the Malaga River that flows through Sarajevo and divides The city to the southern and northern parts.
Sarajevo City Council
Sarajevo City Council was built in 1898 AD, and it is considered one of the most impressive places of architecture from the Austro-Hungarian Empire in Sarajevo, and contains many intricate sculptures, painted designs, stained glass, in addition to the galleries, windows and stairs that are characterized by its wonderful engineering details .
Ghazi Khusraw Bey Mosque
The Gazi Husrev-beg mosque is considered the largest historical mosque in the countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as it is the center of the Islamic congregation in the city of Sarajevo, and the mosque was built in 1532 AD in a way that reflects the architecture and Ottoman architecture in which the city is famous through its wide open architecture, Its fountain and its main entrance are decorated with Islamic designs and patterns, in addition to domes that are typical features of Ottoman mosques.
Additional attractions in Sarajevo
Sarajevo has many tourist attractions, including:
- Latin bridge: The Latin Bridge is one of the oldest Ottoman bridges in the city of Sarajevo, believed to be built in the middle of the sixth century, and it is a small bridge with three arches, and a pointed summit in the middle.
- Kovac Memorial Cemetery: The Kovači Memorial Cemetery is also known as the Martyr’s Cemetery, as it was dedicated to the Bosniaks who were lost during the siege while defending themselves against the Serbs, as well as the first independent Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic.
- University of Sarajevo: The University of Sarajevo was founded in 1949 and includes various colleges in many fields, such as mining, technology, the Academy of Sciences, and the Faculty of Arts.
- Revolution Museum: It is one of the most important museums in the city of Sarajevo, as it dates the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1878 through its artistic and historical pieces.
- clock tower: It is located near the mosque of Ghazi Khusraw Bey, and is considered one of the most important historical monuments in the city of Sarajevo, as it was built at the end of the sixteenth century AD.
- The assassination site of Franz Ferdinand and his wife: It is considered one of the most famous sites in Sarajevo, as Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were assassinated in 1914 by the member of the revolutionary organization Young Bosna, and this event known throughout history to assassinate Sarajevo was the main catalyst for the beginning of the First World War, and it is indicated that this event which It took place in front of a shop then called Schiller, which today is a building housing the Sarajevo Museum.