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||Bascarsija: Bascarsija is the heart of old Sarajevo, offering glimpse in to Ottoman Sarajevo. .
Bazaar of Sarajevo (Gazi Husrev Begov Bezistan): Popular Sarajevo’s covered bazaar, built in 16th century. Rectangular in shape with long passage similar to ones found in Arabic places. .
Bridges of Sarajevo : Sarajevos Bridges connect the city accroess River Miljacka. The oldest bridge is Kozja Cuprija. Probably the most famous bridge is Latinska Cuprija – the place where Austro-Hungarian Archduke Franz Ferdinand was executed. .
Careva Dzamija (Emperor’s Mosque): Built in 15th century – one of the most beautiful buildings in the City.
City Hall (Vijecnica): Sarajevo’s city hall, locally called “Vijecnica” is a symbol of Sarajevo, built in 19th century in pseudo-Moorish style – currently under reconstruction. .
Franjevacka Crkva Sv Ante Padovanskog (Franciscan Church): Church built in neo gothic style, serving local Catholic community.
Gazi Husrev-begova Dzamija (Gazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque): The most important mosque in Bosnia. Built in 16th century – large an beautiful building – the pride of Sarajevo.
||The major shopping district in Sarajevo is located in Bascarsija, the picturesque Turkish Quarter. The cobbled streets are lined with small shops offering a variety of wares, including brass and other metalwork, jewelry, carpets, ceramic pieces, and even a variety of objects made out of shrapnel and spent shells.
When looking for the ideal souvenir in Sarajevo, you'll definitely want to pick up something made locally. Typical Bosnian handicrafts include:
items made of copper or brass
Bargaining is to be expected, but if you are not an expert haggler, no worries, as prices throughout the shopping district are often quite reasonable to begin with.
||Sarajevo is a city in which even strangers can feel at home. Neither geographically expansive nor characterised by large buildings, the city retains a particular, arresting charm with its abundance of busy café's and abiding tradition of hospitality. The city's breathtaking backdrop of seemingly endless hills and towering mountains have in a sense always isolated the city, creating a timeless world, which despite its seclusion has always kept its doors open to the rest of the world. Although Sarajevo is a capital city typified by the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it also possesses a unique ambience that seeps into the soul.
||Sarajevo’s culture is represented in various ways. Numerous cultural festivals occur every year, such as the Bašćaršija Nights, Sarajevo Winter Festival, and the Sarajevo Jazz Festival. Numerous theatres are present in Sarajevo as well, such as the National Theatre of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The first ever Bosnian opera was held in Sarajevo in 2003. Historically, Sarajevo was home to several famous Bosnian poets and thinkers during the times of the Ottoman Empire. Nobel Prize winners Ivo Andrić and Vladimir Prelog are from the city, as was academy award winning director Danis Tanović.
Sarajevo is also home to the Sarajevo Haggadah, one of the oldest surviving such texts, originating from the 14th century and brought by Jews fleeing the Spanish inquisition. As of late, modern art has flourished in the city as well.
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Sarajevas – miestas Bosnijos ir Hercegovinos vidurio rytuose, prie Miliackos (Miljacka) upė; šalies sostinė. Iki 1992 m. prasidėjusio Bosnijos karo buvo svarbus kultūros ir verslo centras, jame gyveno įvairios tautos (Bosnijos serbai, Bosnijos kroatai, musulmonai ir kt.). Daugiausia buvo gaminama kilimų, šilko, brangakmenių, tabako prekių, mašinų ir įrengimų. Karas labai neigiamai paveikė miesto ekonomiką, kadangi daugelis pastatų ir gamyklų buvo sugriauta. Sarajeve yra Bosnijos ir Hercegovinos mokslo ir menų akademija, muziejus. Yra cerkvių, mečečių.
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