Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House, Mostar

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3.6/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
Discover the historic interior of Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House, which is furnished with items and works of art from the Ottoman period. The members of the Muslibegovic noble lineage were governors of Herzegovina for many centuries. The museum displays handiwork, such as handkerchiefs, waistbands, napkins, purses, bed covers, socks, hamam sets, and examples of Bosnian Anatolian kilims. Look for a fully furnished room with a decorated ceiling that houses a traditional oven, cupboards, a sofa, lamp, and mirror. The museum also features manuscripts, books, and letters in Turkish, Persian, and Arabic; medals and medallions; and the original building permit for the house. Use our Mostar holiday planner to visit Bosnian National Monument Muslibegovic House on your trip to Mostar, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Very interesting Museum with reconstitution of the life in the home. The objects are very well presented and carefully selected. The tour evokes perfectly the life of rich Muslim family who lived in it. The woodwork is very nice and some precious objects are to remember: coverage of crib Embroidered silk and silver, rare manuscripts, etc. The view over the old town from the living room of the women is very nice.
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  • We stayed here for two nights and couldnt recommend it highly enough. We have a young baby and found the staff truly wonderful helping us in any way that they could. The room was a little small with t...  read more »
  • I never imagined that Bosnia could be so beautiful. Although still have traces of destruction by the walls, the children lying on the ground waiting for handouts, is a place that delights by the natural beauty. Incredible as it seems the food appeals to our taste buds.
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  • The Muslibegovics represent a noble lineage in Hercegovina, a where its members were governors for many centuries. Members of this noble family establish themselves in Mostar at the end of the 17th century following the fall of Herceg-Novi the to the Venetians in 1687. At that time, the Muslibegovic is owned property all over Herzegovinia (the southern portion of today's Bosnia Hercegovina) and continue to exert substantial influence over social and political affairs in the region.
  • Well preserved and charming.
  • Turkish style house, very old house! Recommended!
  • Great historical site which is at the same time a hotel.
  • Very nice!
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