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Museum of Wood Carving

The Museum of Wood Carving in Konjic represents the autochthonous tradition and culture in this area.

Visit Tito’s bunker

TITOV'S NUCLEAR BUNKER One of the most closely guarded secrets of Yugoslavia.

Mostar Puppet Theater

Mostar Puppet Theater is the oldest professional puppet theater in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was founded in 1952 and has existed at the same address until today.

Croatian National Theater in Mostar

The Croatian National Theater in Mostar was founded on September 22, 1994.

National Theater Mostar

Performing Arts Theater · Non-profit organization

Kamerni Theater

CHAMBER THEATER 55 from Sarajevo started working on March 7, 1955.

National Theater Sarajevo

The Sarajevo National Theater is the oldest professional theater in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was founded in 1921.

Gallery Novi hram

In our city, in the building of the old Sephardic synagogue in Sarajevo, Mula Mustafa Bašeskije Street No. 38, the art gallery "New Temple", which works within the Jewish cultural, educational and humanitarian society "La Benevolencija", is very active.

Java – a gallery of contemporary art

Art gallery

Gallery “motive”

Art

Gallery 11/07/95

Exhibition space aiming to preserve the memory on Srebrenica tragedy and 8372 persons who tragically lost their lives during the genocide.

BiH Art Gallery

The Art Gallery of BiH was founded in 1946 and studies and preserves over 6,000 works of modern and contemporary art.

Alija Izetbegovic Museum

The "Alija Izetbegović" Museum provides visitors with rich content about the recent and very turbulent history of BiH.

War Childhood Museum

Museum · Non-profit organization · Education

Museum of Crimes against Humanity and Genocide 1992-1995

The Museum of Crimes against Humanity and Genocide 1992-1995 is the first museum to uniquely display crimes against humanity and genocide committed in BiH

History Museum of BiH

Community Museum · Civilization Museum

Museum of Literature and Theater Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Social Organization · Civilization Museum

Earth Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Founded on February 1, 1888, it is the oldest modern cultural and scientific institution in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Museum of Optical Illusions Sarajevo

Arts and entertainment

Gallery PLUS

Gallery PLUS is an exhibition and sales space of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Republic of Srpska.

Captain’s Tower

The Captain's Tower, or Bihać Tower, is part of the former fortress in Bihać. It is located in the lower part of the city, on the left bank of the river Una.

City Gallery

JU "Gradska galerija" Bihać is an institution in the field of culture that performs museum activities, and which is of special social interest.

Una-Sana Canton Museum

JU Museum of Una-Sana Canton Captain's Tower Museum of the First Session of AVNOJ Exhibition Hall of the Museum of the USC.

Museum of the First Session of AVNOJ

History Museum

Homeland Museum Olovo-JU Center for Culture, Sports and Information

It was opened on August 20, 2016 on the Day of the Municipality of Olovo.

Konjic Homeland Museum

Although the idea of founding a museum in Konjic dates back to 1974, the Homeland Museum was founded in March 2011. The diversity and multitude of exhibits make it an indispensable place to learn about the past and natural heritage of the Municipality of Konjic.

Konjic National Theater

Local community

Franciscan Museum and Gallery Gorica – Livno

Franciscan Museum and Gallery Gorica - Livno In the service of protection, preservation and promotion of cultural heritage.

Neum Museum and Gallery

Museum

Foča House

The house of the indigenous Hadživuković family was one of the first and most beautiful Serbian houses in the center of Foča during the Austro-Hungarian rule.

City Theater Foča

In 2007, the City National Theater was reopened in Foča.

Museum of Old Herzegovina Foča

The museum in Foča was founded in 1956.

International Portrait Gallery Tuzla

The International Portrait Gallery Tuzla was established in 1964. The founders of the Gallery were Mevludin Ekmecic and Ismet Mujezinovic, and it was founded under the name Gallery of Yugoslav Portrait Tuzla.

Tuzla Youth Theater

Theater of Performing Arts · Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)

Tuzla National Theater

The Tuzla National Theater was founded as a state cultural institution in 1949. The theatrical tradition of Bosnia, like this one, is much older and goes back a long way.

Museum of Eastern Bosnia Tuzla

The Museum of Eastern Bosnia Tuzla was founded in 1947 by the Decision of the City Board, as the Museum of the National Liberation Struggle.

Naš most Zenica ( gallery )

Visual Arts · Community

Museum of the City of Zenica

The Museum of the City of Zenica is a public institution in the field of culture founded in 1966.

Sreten Stojanović Gallery – Gallery 96

Arts and entertainment

Prijedor Theater

The Prijedor Theater has existed as an institution for six decades. The beginnings of theatrical life in Prijedor are connected with the creation and work of the Serbian Orthodox Church Singing Society Vila, which was founded in 1885 as one of the oldest in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Kozara Museum in Prijedor

The Kozara Museum is the central regional museum institution of Kozara and Potkozara. The museum contains a permanent ethnological exhibition, from the period of the forties of the twentieth century.

Ivo Andrić Memorial House

Museum of Local History in Višegrad

City Theater “Semberija” Bijeljina

Performing Arts Theater · Artistic Performance · Dramatic / Performing Arts

Jahorina Art Symposium

International art event "Art symposium Jahorina"

Cultural center Trebinje

The Cultural Center of Trebinje, as a polyvalent institution in culture, is an unavoidable place in the cultural life of Trebinje and Herzegovina.

Museum of Herzegovina Trebinje

Home - regional museum institution

Aquarell Gallery

online sale of paintings

Rondo Gallery

Gallery of the Society of Croatian Fine Artists in FBiH.

Hamam museum

The hammam in which the museum was built is a large historical building that has been successfully preserved to this day. In this hammam you can learn a lot about old customs and the Ottoman style itself.

Museum of Herzegovina

The Museum of Herzegovina is a museum in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, which contains objects related to the history of the area.

Franjevački museum

Franciscan Museum Jajce Franciscan Museum Jajce is located in the premises of the Franciscan Monastery of St. Ports in Jajce. The Museum of the Franciscan Monastery in Jajce was first opened to the public in 1905.

Muzej Drugog zasjedanja AVNOJ-a

History Museum.

Etno zbirka

The ethno collection presents the traditional spirit of the town Jajce.

Gradska Galerija Jajce

Works within J.U. HOUSE OF CULTURE JAJCE.

Ars Aevi Art Museum

Art Depo Ars Aevi, Museum of Contemporary Art Sarajevo, Dom mladih, Centar Skenderija

Veliki park

Veliki Park is the largest green area in the center of Sarajevo and an ideal place to take a break surrounded by greenery during a tour of the city center.

Gospodska Street

Gospodska Street is the most famous promenade in Banja Luka, which bears two names, one is Veselina Masleša Street, and the other is a well-known name accepted by the people - "Gospodska Street". If you ask the people of Banja Luka about Veselina Masleša Street, they would not know because it is known to everyone as "Gospodska Street". There used to be a pond called Muslina bara on the site of today's "Gospodska ulica", which served as a skating rink for children in winter. The famous Banja Luka merchant Toma Radulović, who was the first to get permission to open a shop in the city, built a one-story building in 1855 called Albania. Tired of the peasants entering his shop and having little money in the market, he pointed out the handwritten name "Gospodska ulica" on the building on his own initiative. This was just before the entry of the Austro-Hungarian army in Banja Luka, so they accepted this name and the street was officially called "Herren gasse" until 1918. The name was adopted, first on Austrian postcards, on which the "Gospodska street" was called Herrengasse, and then in everyday speech.

SPOMENIK PALIM KRAJIŠNICIMA-BANJ BRDO

The monument to the fallen Krajisniks, in the People's Liberation Struggle (1941-1945) against fascism, is located on the top of Banj hill (431 m above sea level) which dominates Banja Luka. It is about 5 km away from the city, and the road is paved along its entire length.

Fortress Kastel

In the heart of the city of Banja Luka stands Kastel, a witness to the past, a skeleton of the present and a prediction of the future. Located in the heart of the city, the fortress has a rich past. The old walls of the Castle are there to wake your curiosity about the history of the city, the stories of battles, trade, successes and failures, which are witnessed and marked by the fortress itself.

Park Petar Kočić

Petar Kočić Park is a city park in Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the local community Centar. Petar Kočić Park is one of the two most famous parks in Banja Luka, the other one is Mladen Stojanović Park.

Art club Prostor

Art gallery and non - profit organization. The space provides an opportunity to promote all types of contemporary art, so we encourage all young well-known and non-established artists and creators to share their work with us.

DJEČIJE POZORIŠTE REPUBLIKE SRPSKE

The Children's Theater of Republika Srpska from Banja Luka was opened on December 30, 1955.

Galerija Sonja Bikic

Exhibition and sales gallery of works of art by academic painter-ceramist Sonja Bikić

Skulptor

Gallery sale of paintings. Framing. Painting material. Raw materials for frames and glassmakers.

Dis – Pozorište mladih

Youth Theater Banja Luka, Theater Hall of the Youth Center.

Fedešin Art Shop

Fedešin Art Gallery. Retail and wholesale of paintings and painting equipment. For all information contact us on 063 580 987, send us a message on FB, or visit us at Srpska 26, Centar, Banja Luka.

Narodno pozorište Republike Srpske

National Theater of Republika Srpska, Kralja Petra I Karadjordjevica 78, 78 000 Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Gradsko pozorište Jazavac

Theater - Acting - Art

Banski dvor – Kulturni centar

Banski dvor - Cultural Center is organized as a public institution in state ownership. The founder of the institution is the Assembly of the City of Banja Luka.

Muzej savremene umjetnosti

Muzej savremene umjetnosti Republike Srpske/ Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic Srpska

Andricgrad

Andrićgrad (Serbian Cyrillic: Андрићград, meaning "Andrić's town") is the name of a construction project located in Višegrad, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina by film director Emir Kusturica. The town is dedicated to Yugoslav novelist and Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andrić. Construction of Andrićgrad, also known as Kamengrad (Каменград, "Stonetown") started on 28 June 2011, and was officially opened on 28 June 2014, on Vidovdan. Andrićgrad is located several kilometers from Kusturica's first town, Drvengrad, in Serbia.

Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge

The Bridge on the Drina is a heritage of the Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic (in Turkish Sokollu Mehmed Paşa, 1505. or 1506-1579). He is one of the greatest Ottoman war generals by origin from Bosnia. He was born in the village of Sokolovići near Rudo in 1505. or 1506, as a child of Orthodox parents. At that time, there was a tradition known as Devsirme, or „The contribution in blood”. Serbian children were taken away by force to Turkey where they would be converted to Islam and taught in their military schools to become Janissaries, the elite soldiers of the Turkish Empire. So Bajica Sokolovic was also taken as a child from the surroundings of Višegrad and was given the name Mehmed.

Queen of Peace Shrine

Medjugorje is one of the most famous sacred places in the world. It all started in 1981, when the group of children in the village, on the nearby hill, allegedly appeared Virgin Mary. According to the testimonies of the children, Virgin Mary during her first encounter did not speak, but soon after that she reappeared and presented himself as the "Queen of Peace," and all subsequent messages to the people were dedicated to peace in the world, faith, fasting and prayer. Every year, hijad and thousands of believers come to Medjugorje in the hope of sacred rendering, and many messages of the Virgin Mary are preserved and translated into the most famous languages ​​of the world.

Etno Vilage Stanisici

At km 3 from Bijeljina towards the Pavlovic Bridge, in the heart of the Semberija lowlands, the Stanisic family have built their Ethno Village Stanisici on 15 ha of ground. The Ethno Village Stanisici is a village of some 20 authentic wooden houses, including a milk house, a smithy, an "ambar" (a wooden structure for storing grain), old houses and a large guesthouse, all of them brought there from villages of Vares Municipality and villages of Mount Zvijezda and Mount Romanija.
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