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Lodging
“One of Mostar’s best examples of Ottoman architecture is the protected national monument, Muslibegović House. It was once inhabited by the noble Muslibegović family, and is now both a luxury hotel and museum. The interior is in keeping with traditional eastern styles, such as Ottoman rugs, white walls and wooden furnishings, with the museum exhibiting items such as books, manuscripts and handmade crafts. One of the highlights is the outer courtyard, which is shady and well kept with plenty of lush flowers and greenery. While the hotel can be considered quite expensive (it has been named one of the world’s top 10 hotels, after all), the small entrance fee for the museum gives visitors a good feel for the place.”
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Museum
“This is archaeological and ethnographic museum about Mostar and Herzegovina. It is located in the former house of Džemal Bijedić, a former prime minister of Yugoslavia.”
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Museum
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Museum
“Visiting hours: 10: 00h - 18: 00h, except Monday from 01.11. to 01.04. weekdays 09:00 to 15:00. art, history and architecture in Herzegovina through the centuries; food and wine, local culinary traditions and typical products; oral tradition, everyday life and material culture (crafts, dialects, etc.). ”
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Museum
“This exhibition is a rare glimpse into the unfortunate reality that the people of this region faced. This collection shows the strength and perseverance of the people. It allows us outsiders to understand (at least a little bit) what we suffered through and why there seems to be such an air of peace, tolerance and compassion towards all today. ”
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Museum
“Franciscan monastery and church next to it. You can climb the church tower to enjoy panorama view of Mostar.”
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