Pocitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
At , observe how Mediterranean and Oriental styles intertwine in one of the few urban ensembles in Bosnia and Herzegovina that have been preserved. Bosnia's King Stjepan Tvrtko I is said to have built the fortified town in 1383. Walk down narrow, cobbled streets and climb the stone stairs to the fortress. A 16th-century mosque dominates the town, but the most striking landmark is the Sahat-kula--a clock tower on the top of the hill. Other notable buildings include a madrassa (school) with its original copper domes, a hamam (public bath), and a former han (a resting point for caravans) that's now a restaurant. Work out when and for how long to visit Pocitelj and other Pocitelj attractions using our handy Pocitelj trip itinerary builder.
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Great place to stop by when you're in Herzegovina! Beautiful old muslim place! Very nice for walking and it has a spectacular view!
Lorsque l'on vient de dubrovnik pour se rendre à Mostar, l'escale est inévitable. Petit village typique très sympathique, une mosquée, un village médiéval, des remparts, un fort à clan de colline, cet... read more »When we come from dubrovnik to Mostar, the stopover is inevitable. Small friendly typical village, a mosque, a medieval village, the ramparts, a fort at Hill clan, this place is beautiful. A few souvenir sellers are friendly and not oppressive. Amazing view of the river and the Valley which is worth a visit.show original
This is an old village near Mostar. You can take a half-day tour walking around. - There's a fortress on top and it has a great view looking down the surroundings. - You will see a great view either o... read more »
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