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Ferhadija Mosque, Banja Luka
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Ferhadija Mosque is located in Banja Luka. Make Ferhadija Mosque a centerpiece of your Banja Luka vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Banja Luka holiday planner.
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  • Im happy to see it is rebuilt after Bosnian war. Banja Luka is a nice Bosnian town by the river. So much to experience. 
  • Ferhat-Pasha Mosque is a mosque located in the center of Banja Luka, built in 1579, it is listed on the list of national monuments of Bosnia-herzegovine1. Destroyed in 1993 during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it then was rebuilt. Before its destruction, it was considered to be one of the Ottoman accomplishments been completed in Bosnia and Herzegovina and as a masterpiece of Islamic architecture. Ferhat-Pasha Mosque forms an architectural ensemble composed of several elements. In addition to the mosque itself and his court, it consists of a cemetery, a fountain, three türbes (mausoleum) and a wall with a gate. day and night this mosque is really splendid
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  • One of the official sightseeing of Banja Luka. Burnt during the war, renewed recently, symbol that multi-ethnicity is still alive.