The Partisan Memorial Cemetery in Mostar is a monument of past times.
The Catholic Church of St.Peter and Paul and the Franciscan monastery in Mostar were built in 1866 while the region was under the rule of the Ottoman Empire.
The land of Herzegovina amazes with its raggily beautiful land, deep valleys and turquoise waters of Neretva river. Because of its mild climate, this place is perfect for growing fruit like figs, grapes, lemon, pomegranate, […]
Among the several traditional Islamic houses built in the Ottoman architecture in Mostar is the BiÅ¡Ä‡eviÄ‡ house. It is locally called â€œBiÅ¡Ä‡eviÄ‡ev Ä‡oÅ¡akâ€.
Many people have supported us on our Tour Guide Mostar journey and one of them is Barbara Weibel, the owner and editor of Hole in the Donut Cultural Travel website.
Typical house courtyard in Bosnia and Herzegovina was called avlija, and it was a symbol of family life, culture and heritage.
From day one the Tour Guide Mostar journey has been an incredible experience for our team. By collecting information about our hometown, history, architecture and contacting people who have visited us, we got the chance […]
Coffee pot is the metal, kitchen dish with handle designed especially for cooking coffee. It is a symbol of Bosnia and Herzegovina and part of a tradition that is passed for generations.
The minbar is a pulpit in the mosque where the imam stands to deliver sermons (khutbah) or in the Hussainia where the speaker sits and lectures the congregation.
Mihrab is a semicircular niche in the wall of a mosque that indicates the qibla. The most important element in any mosque is the mihrab, the niche that indicates the direction of Mecca. Because it […]