Things to do in Mostar

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Things to Do in Mostar


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What travellers are saying

  • Adriano Sekanina
    Dubrovnik, Croatia9 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Words can’t explain how beautiful is this city, and food and people. Im coming again .
    If you get lucky you will see guys jumping from the bridge.
    Written 31 May 2024
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  • Donna D
    dublin, Ireland77 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The bridge is amazing and such beautiful views, it's extremely busy and very very slippy so care is needed and proper footwear needed and guys jump off it into the river
    Written 2 June 2024
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  • Zeeshan K
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This place is a must visit in Mostar! It’s always important to educate ourselves on the injustice and the genocide that’s happened in the world and this war in particular is horrific and brutal. This museum is unbelievable, with stories from people who suffered deeply during the war and the impacts in had on the country! A MUST VISIT!!
    Written 4 June 2024
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  • Amel Lizde
    Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Incredible untouched scenes of nature. Photo is taken between Mostar and Konjic at the source of river Neretvica. River that ends up in the main river Neretva.
    Written 27 March 2024
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  • CatharineB
    Ottawa, Canada1,613 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A few minutes’ walk north of Stari Most on the Muslim (east) side of the river, Koski-Mehmed Pasha Mosque (Koski Mehmed-Pašina Džamija) is the most popular mosque in the Old City.

    This comes as no surprise, as the mosque offers fantastic views of the bridge, not to mention that the mosque looks spectacular when viewed from the bridge. The entrance fee is €3 and as I understand, it is not a functioning mosque.

    It consists of a mosque with a madrassa, a fountain, and a harem. The mosque is a one-room vaulted mosque with an open porch. You can climb the claustrophobic minaret and go to the garden where there are good views of the bridge. It has been declared a National Monument.

    Entered from a gated courtyard, this 1618 mosque (substantially rebuilt after the war) has a dome painted with botanical motifs and coloured-glass windows. Its founder, Mehmed Koskija, was a chronicler of the great vizier Lala Mehmed Sokolovic.

    During the war in Bosnia (1992-95), it was badly damaged by the Croatian military forces, and its restoration took place during 1996-2001.

    I read that the Mosque used to have an extraordinary collection of the manuscripts of the Qur'an, from which some were preserved but today they belong to other collections. The Mosque also possesses the carpet which was the gift from Austrian monarch Franjo Josip.
    Written 31 October 2023
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