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The place is empty and the so called museum just had newspapers glued to the wall. Wouldn't go there again if it was free let alone pay the ridiculous 5€ entry fee. We've been to much better free exhibitions, felt like we got robbed walking...More
I hadn't planned to stop at the City Hall during my visit in Sarajevo, but I'm glad I did. I recommend spending the extra 4 euros for an audio guide, which helped me understand the history of the building. I enjoyed seeing the rooms where...More
This place is big and beautiful- built up again as it once where before the war. In the basement you have the war museum with breathtaking pictures of the city before, during and after the war. Very informational and interesting if you want to get...More
Sarajevo City Hall is magnificent inside & out! It reopened a few years ago after being badly burnt & bombed during the siege!! It has been repaired & restored to its original specifications including all the beautiful hand painted walls & ceilings!
Such a beautiful building (both the exterior as well as the interior). You do have to pay to get in, but it is worth it! So many intricate details, lively colours, and information about Sarajevo. Amazing and definitely worth a visit!
You have it see it for yourself! This place was burned to the ground during the war, however after so many years the building was restored to the original form. Truly breathtaking design, at the bottom level there is a photo exhibition showing the photos...More
As an architecture student, visiting the Vijecnica was a must. The interior was absolutely stunning, with a beautiful stained glass roof light in the central atrium. Look out for parts of the original decoration which sit right next to reconstructed elements! The museum in the...More