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The Gazi Husrev Beg Museum represents a unique place where visitors can acquaint themselves with the character of Gazi Husrev Beg and the history of his waqf (endowment). The contemporary exhibition is thematically organized in the former rooms of...more
Here you can learn a lot about the history of Sarajevo. Ghazi's childhood and his contribution. How Muslim defined education in the region. How perfect their methods of astronomy were. Ruins from the war are still there too!
In his will Gazi Husrev, governor of the Sarajevo of the time, left bequests for the construction and maintenance of public buildings. Some of those buildings survive (or have been rebuilt) in the "old town". There is a short video of the Gazi's life and...More
It was established in 1537, by then the Ottoman Empire governor of Bosnia, Gazi Husrev-beg, for the education of the people of the region. In the charter for its creation, the governor stipulated that "whatever money remains from the construction of the madrasa shall be...More
It's from a visit here that I learnt a bit of the history of Gazi Husrez, the governor and a great builder and contributor to the old town, and society of Sarajevo. It's impressive to see how one person can do so much for a...More
This madrasah, a kind of Islamic school, is a small, graceful, 12-room educational facility. It has a beautiful portal with Arabic calligraphy and stalactite work. The central courtyard is also attractive, with simple stone columns and plenty of sunshine. The former classrooms contain modest but...More
This is the great mosque of Sarajevo built in 16th c.by the greatest commader of Sarajevo among many other public buildings.It was the mosque were muslims prayed before the long way for the Mecca Haj.You can take pictures but not at the people.
This school provides religious education to Muslim believers, but also organises cultural events in a very nice library space in the complex, open for all visitors and citizens. Recently we attended the promotion of the Rumi's book from Persian to Bosnian Language translated by Ahmed...More