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Sarajevo is a vibrant city with a lot of history. It is place where three nations and religions mix, which can be observed in its mosques, churches and cathedrals. It is also a town of fine municipal buildings built by the Ottoman Turks and Austria-Hungarians.
The mosque, built in 1530, is the country's most significant Islamic feature. Built by the architect Ajem Esir Ali, the leading architect of the Ottoman Empire, the mosque is a distinguished architectural monument, with its varied base and a multi-dome system. The mosque complex dominates the market and includes the fountain, Muslim primary school, a room for ritual washing, domed burial sites, Gazi Husrev-Bey’s and Murad-Bey Tardić’s harem, prayer area with a 45-meter-high minaret and the clock tower Sahat Kula.
Baščaršija means in Bosnian ‘the main market place’ and encompasses the Old Sarajevo marketplace. It was created in the 15th century as the commercial quarter of the new oriental settlement and was modeled on the Arabian ‘souk’. Several important historical monuments are located in the area of Baščaršija. These include the Gazi Husrev-Bey mosque and Sahat-kula. Today, Baščaršija is the biggest tourist attraction of Sarajevo.
The Tunnel Museum
The underground tunnel built below the Sarajevo airport was the only exit out of the besieged city during the 1992 – 1995 war. Most of the tunnel collapsed, except for a stretch on the southwestern end of the airport, which offers a glimpse into the past. The house that served as a cover is now a small museum featuring the digging equipment and a photo display.