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The Town Hall

It represents the most beautiful and the most representative building from Austro-Hungarian period, built in pseudo-Moorish style.

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The word "Bas-carsija" literarily means "main marketplace" and designates the area of market square around the fountain called "sebilj", and later this name spread on the whole nowadays Old Sarajevo's marketplace.

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The Morica Inn

Due to the needs of the expanding market-place and the traders that were coming from faraway countries, the caravanserais - motels were built. One of these, the careva husrefbeg's Morica Inn was constructed in the first half of the 16th century.

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Ali Pasha's Mosque

One of the most beautiful cupolaed mosques, built in 1561 beside the tomb of the founder of Bosnian governor of the sanzak province (sandzak bey) Ali-pasha, a native of Sarajevsko polje (Sarajevo field).

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Gazi Husref-bey's covered market building

This massive basilica-like stone building extends in length of 109 meters along the street bearing the same name. It was built by the Ragusa masters by the order of the then Bosnian sandzak-bey (governor) Gazi Husref-bey, in period from 1542 to 1543.

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The Goat Bridge

The first among innumerous bridges on the road from Sarajevo to Constantinople, the last between Constantinople and Sarajevo.

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City of Sarajevo


City of Sarajevo is the local self-governance unit.
Sarajevo consists of four municipalities: Centar, Novi Grad, Novo Sarajevo, and Stari Grad.
Competency and internal organization have been regulated by the City Statute.
City has its Council consisted of 28 councilors.

Mayor directly runs the City Administration.
Mayor is the executive-managing body of the City. 
Mayor represents the City.

Hamdije Kresevljakovica 3
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina


The Reconstruction of the City Hall - publication