Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #1 in City of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Tour Facts

Number of sights 5 sights
Distance 1 km
Ascend 19 m
Descend 27 m

Explore City of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.

Sight 1: Svetozar Ćorović

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Svetozar Ćorović

Svetozar Ćorović was a Serbian novelist from Bosnia and Herzegovina. In his books, he often wrote of life in Herzegovina and, more specifically, the city of Mostar. His brother was Vladimir Ćorović, a distinguished Serbian historian who was killed in 1941 during World War II in Greece.

Wikipedia: Svetozar Ćorović (EN)

3 meters / 0 minutes

Sight 2: Osman Đikić

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Osman Đikić

Osman Đikić was a Serbian poet, dramatist and writer. He was born in Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina under Austro-Hungarian occupation. He was educated in Belgrade, Constantinople and Vienna, where he graduated from the Trade Academy. He is penned several sevdalinka songs, including Đaurko mila, Ašik ostah na te oči and Đela Fato đela zlato.

Wikipedia: Osman Đikić (EN)

3 meters / 0 minutes

Sight 3: Aleksa Šantić

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Aleksa Šantić

Aleksa Šantić ; 27 May 1868 – 2 February 1924) was a Serb poet and writer. Šantić wrote about the urban culture of Herzegovina, the growing national awareness of Herzegovinian Serbs, social injustice, nostalgic love, and the unity of the South Slavs. He was the editor-in-chief of the magazine Zora (1896–1901). Šantić was one of the leading persons of Serbian literary and national movement in Mostar. In 1914 Šantić became a member of the Serbian Royal Academy.

Wikipedia: Aleksa Šantić (EN)

335 meters / 4 minutes

Sight 4: Karađoz-begova džamija

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Karađoz-begova džamija

Karađoz Bey Mosque is a 16th-century Ottoman mosque in the city of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Wikipedia: Karađoz Bey Mosque (EN)

624 meters / 7 minutes

Sight 5: Hadži Memijina džamija

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The Hadži Memija Cernica Mosque, also known as hadžiomerovića mosque, is an Islamic place of worship located in Mostar. It was built before 1600. Her vakif (legator) who was a leather merchant by profession, Hadži Memija Cernica is originally from the village of Cernica near Gacko. The entire mahala in which the mosque is located was named Cernica. During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1995), the mosque suffered significant damage, but was rebuilt after the war in 1997.

Wikipedia: Hadži Memijina džamija u Mostaru (BS)

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