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Ali Pasha's Mosque, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ali Pasha's Mosque was constructed in Sarajevo during 1560-61 as a vakuf (legacy or perpetual endowment) of Hadim Ali-pasha, the former Ottoman governor of the Budapest administrative district. (V)

Ali Pasha's Mosque, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ali Pasha's Mosque was constructed in Sarajevo during as a vakuf (legacy or perpetual endowment) of Hadim Ali-pasha, the former Ottoman governor of the Budapest administrative district.

Pocitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The historic site of Poitelj is located on the left bank of the river Neretva, on the main Mostar to Metkovi road, and it is to the south of Mostar.

Pocitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The historic site of Počitelj is located on the left bank of the river Neretva, on the main Mostar to Metković road, and it is to the south of Mostar.

Počitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The mosque on the hill, Počitelj, Bosnia-Hercegovina. Počitelj is a beautiful medieval town from Mostar, on the left bank of the river Neretva. This stone town was built on a hill that dominates the surrounding countryside.

Sebilj in Baščaršija (Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina)

Sebilj, Bascarsija District, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Photographic Print…

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Sarajevo

Sarajevo,Bascarsija worth trip go and find out everything about history and culture of old city sarajevo

https://flic.kr/p/9GV9tr | Sebilj - Baščaršija, Sarajevo | In the former Ottoman Empire, public water fountains, known as sebil, were built at important crossroads and outside mosques to provide drinking water for travelers and enable ritual purification before prayer. The sebil at Baščaršija Square, the center of the former Ottoman bazaar in Sarajevo, dates from the 18th century. This picture shows the also Muslihudin Čekrekčija Mosque.

https://flic.kr/p/9GV9tr | Sebilj - Baščaršija, Sarajevo | In the former Ottoman Empire, public water fountains, known as sebil, were built at important crossroads and outside mosques to provide drinking water for travelers and enable ritual purification before prayer. The sebil at Baščaršija Square, the center of the former Ottoman bazaar in Sarajevo, dates from the 18th century. This picture shows the also Muslihudin Čekrekčija Mosque.

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