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Church of Our White Lady

Church in Veliki Skočaj

Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Royal Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Bihać

Bihać City Mosque

Mosque in Bihać

Glavično Mosque

Mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Franciscan monastery Konjic

Monastery in Konjic

Konjic Central Mosque

Mosque in Konjic

Vardačka mosque

mosque

Junuz-Chaus Mosque

The Čaršija mosque in Konjic (Junuz-čauš mosque) is located in Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Mehmed – Chaus Mosque

Mosque in Konjic

Bali-aga Ljubuncic Mosque

Mosque in Livno

Church of Our Lady of the Angels

The Catholic Church in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin

The Church of the Assumption of the Most Holy Mother of God in the municipality of Livno is the church of the Serbian Orthodox Church and belongs to the diocese of Bihać-Petrovac.

Grabovica Mosque

Mosque in Tuzla

Sepetari Mosque

The Sepetari Mosque is located in the Sepetari settlement in Tuzla.

Krojčica Mosque

Mosque in Tuzla

Brđanska Mosque

The mosque was built by Cehaja Osman before 1600. The Brdo mosque is located in the Tuzla settlement of Donje Brdo, on the left bank of the river Jale, above the Jal mosque.

Mollusk mosque

Mosque in Tuzla

Vikaljska Mosque

It was named after the eponymous Tuzla mahala.

Atik Behram-beg (Colorful) Mosque

Atik Behram-beg (Colorful) mosque is the oldest mosque in Tuzla, in Atik mahala.

Mejdan Mosque

The Vaiz Mehmed Ali-effendi (Mejdan) mosque is located in Tuzla.

Čaršijska Mosque

Hadži Hasanova (Čaršijska) mosque is located in the center of Tuzla.

King Abdullah Bih Abdulah Aziz Ali Saud Mosque

Mosque

Franciscan monastery of St. Peter and Paul

Monastery in Tuzla

Drivuša Mosque

Mosque · Religious Center

Poljice Mosque

Mosque in Zenica

Osman Čelebi’s Mosque – Potočka

Mosque in Zenica

Nur Mosque

Mosque in Zenica

Pehare Mosque

Mosque in Zenica

Kočevje mosque

The Kočevje mosque or Sulejmanija is a mosque in Zenica. It covers a congregation of about 3,500 households.

Safiya Mosque

Mosque in Zenica

Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Catholic Church in Zenica

Church of St. Joseph

Catholic Church in Zenica

Church of St. Elijah the Prophet

The Church of St. Elijah in Zenica is a Catholic church belonging to the Vrhbosna Archdiocese. Commission to Preserve National Monuments, at a session held on 16-22. January 2007, decided to declare the church a national monument of BiH.

Church of St. Panteleimon

Church in Bijeljina

Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Bijeljina

It was created by remodeling the mosque of Sultan Suleiman during Austro-Hungary.

Cathedral of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God

Orthodox Church in Bijeljina

Sv. Archdeacon Stephen

Orthodox Church in Bijeljina

Sultan Ahmed Mosque

Mosque in Trebinje

Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Cathedral of Our Lady is the cathedral church of the Trebinje-Mrkanj diocese located in Trebinje in the Republika Srpska, BiH.

Church of St. Archangel Michael

Orthodox Church in Trebinje

Church of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist

Catholic Church in Mostar

Nesuh-aga Vučjaković Mosque

Mosque in Mostar

Čobanija Mosque

The Čobanija Mosque (Čoban H. Hasan Vojvode mosque) is located in Sarajevo. It was built in the middle of the 16th century.

Magribija mosque

The Sheikh Magribija Mosque or just the Magribija is a mosque in Sarajevo.

Ferhadija mosque

The Ferhadija mosque is a mosque in Sarajevo. It was built by Ferhad-beg Vuković-Desisalić, a Bosnian sandžak-beg.

The Emperor’s Mosque

The Emperor's Mosque is one of the first mosques built in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the first in Sarajevo. It was built in 1462, and its construction was financed and enabled by the founder of the city of Sarajevo, Isa Beg Isaković.

Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola in Grbavica in Sarajevo

Catholic Church in Sarajevo

Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord

The Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord (the church at the Old Station) is a church of the Serbian Orthodox Church located in Pofalići in New Sarajevo, and is the only Serbian Orthodox Church in the municipality of Novo Sarajevo. It belongs to the Dabro-Bosnian metropolitanate.

Church of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel

Church of St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel, popularly known as the Old Orthodox Church or the Old Church in Baščaršija, is the temple of the Serbian Orthodox Church located in Sarajevo.

Hadži-Kurd mosque

The Hadži Kurd mosque is located in the Banja Luka settlement of Lijeva Novoselija, built in the 17th century, rebuilt in 1978, and demolished during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina on July 14, 1993. The Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina, at its session held from 6 to 11 December 2003, decided to designate the harem area of the Hadži Kurd Mosque as a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Jama mosque

Jama or Sofi Mehmed-pasha's mosque is located in the Banja Luka settlement of Gornji Šeher.

Gazanferija mosque

Mosque in Banja Luka

Christian Adventist Church

Christian Adventist Church in Banja Luka

Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Christian church in Banja Luka

Bogojavljenski Temple

Orthodox Church in Banja Luka

Chapel of St. Lucy

St. Lucia's Chapel is a former Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.

Fethiye mosque

Fehtija Mosque (Bosnian: Fethija džamija) is a mosque and former Catholic church located in the town of Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Built in 1266, it is the oldest gothic building in the country.

Temple of the Descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles

Orthodox Church in Bihać

Church of St. Ante Padovanski

Catholic Church in Bihać

Miljevici Mosque

Wooden mosques near Olovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, are located in Thessaloniki and Miljevici

Mušići Mosque

Mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Olovo

Kirsehir Mosque

Mosque in Olovo

The old mosque

Mosque in Olovo

Church of the Assumption of Mary

The Church of the Assumption of Mary is a Catholic church in Olovo, Vrhbosna Archdiocese, better known as the Marian Pilgrimage Shrine.

Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Basil the Great

Church of St. Vasilije Veliki in Konjic, Konjic municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina, belongs to the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Diocese of Zahumlje-Herzegovina and Primorska. It has been declared a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Church of St. John the Baptist

Catholic Church in Konjic

Prkanj mosque

Mosque in Konjic

Repovačka mosque

Repovac Mosque is located in Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Saint Mark

Chapel

St. Peter and Paul

The Catholic Church

Church of All Saints

Religious organization · Religious center · Catholic church

Lala Pasha Mosque

Lala Pasha's mosque in Livno, colloquially known as the Beglučka mosque, is one of the most beautiful domed mosques in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was built in 1577/1578. years outside the city walls of the then old town of Livno, on Begluk.

Hajji Ahmet Dukatar Mosque

The Hadži Ahmet Dukatar Mosque, the Dukatar Mosque or the Glavica Mosque is one of the most recognizable symbols of the city of Livno and one of its most significant mosques.

Ćurčinica Mosque

Ćurčinica mosque, is located in Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Church of Our Lady of Health

Opening hours of the parish office at any time of the day

Church of St. John

Catholic Church in Neum

Church of St. Anthony

Catholic Church in Neum

Emperor’s Mosque

The Emperor's Mosque, or Sultan Bajezid Valije II Mosque, is located in the center of Foča, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was built in 1501.

Aladža (Hasan Nazirova) mosque

Aladža mosque or just Aladža (also Hasan Nazirova mosque and Colorful mosque) is the first mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina built in the classical Ottoman style. It was built in 1549 in Foča.

Church of St. Basil of Ostrog

Orthodox Church in Foča

Church of St. Nicholas

Orthodox Church in Foča

Temple of Saint Sava

The temple of Saint Sava in Foča is the temple of the Serbian Orthodox Church which belongs to the Metropolitanate of Dabro-Bosnia.

Catholic Branch Church

Catholic Church in Tuzla

Temple of the Holy Great Martyr George

Church of St. Georgija with the cemetery on Trnovac in Tuzla, is located on the hill Trnovac, in Tuzla, belongs to the Serbian Orthodox Church, Diocese of Zvornik-Tuzla.

Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin

The Church of the Assumption of the Most Holy Mother of God, in the municipality of Tuzla, belongs to the Serbian Orthodox Church, Diocese of Zvornik-Tuzla.

Turalibeg Mosque

The Polish (Turali-beg) mosque is located in the very center of Tuzla.

Mosque of Atik Behrem Bey

The Atik Behrem-beg Mosque, better known as the Colorful Mosque, is the oldest mosque in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Sejm mosque

Sejmenska mosque is a mosque located in Zenica (Federation of BiH, Bosnia and Herzegovina). It has been declared a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Sultan-Ahmed Mosque

The Sultan-Ahmed Mosque, better known as the Čaršija Mosque, is a mosque located in the center of Zenica (Federation of BiH, Bosnia and Herzegovina). It has been declared a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Ansar Mosque

The Ansar Mosque is one of the younger and larger mosques in Zenica. It was built in 1998 in the pseudo-Moorish style

Church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God

The Church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God in Zenica, or the Church of the Nativity of the Holy Mother of God, is an Orthodox church in Zenica and belongs to the Serbian Orthodox Church.

Church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God

Orthodox Church in Cirkin field

Zagrad Mosque

Mosque in Prijedor

Bazaar mosque

The Čaršija mosque (Sultan Ahmedov mosque) is located in the old town, in Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Commission to Preserve National Monuments, at its session held from 4 to 8 March 2003, decided to designate the mosque and the cemetery next to the mosque as a national monument of BiH.

Temple of the Holy Prophet Elijah

Orthodox Church in Prijedor

Church of the Holy Trinity

The Church of the Holy Trinity is a Serbian Orthodox church located in Prijedor, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the great fire that occurred in 1882. most of the city was burnt down, as well as the wooden church that was located on the site where the Church of the Holy Trinity is today.

Church of Saint James the Greater Apostle

The Catholic Church in Medjugorje

The Emperor’s Mosque

Mosque in Višegrad

Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin

Orthodox Church in Višegrad

Church of the Holy Emperor Lazar

Orthodox Church in Višegrad

Tavna Monastery

The Tavna Monastery is located in the village of Banjica in the town of Bijeljina, on the border of three municipalities, on the Majevica hills. This monastery was the endowment of the Serbian king St. John Vladimir, and then King Dragutin. It was also restored by Prince Lazar and Princess Milica.

Temple of St. George

The Church of the Holy Great Martyr George is a temple of the Serbian Orthodox Church located in the town on Sveti Sava Street in Bijeljina in the Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It belongs to the Diocese of Zvornik and Tuzla.

Church of the Holy Great Martyr Procopius

The Church of the Holy Great Martyr Procopius in Dvorovi is a single-nave Orthodox parish church in the Bijeljina village of Dvorovi.

Monastery of St. Vasilija of Ostrog

The Monastery of St. Basil of Ostrog is a newly built monastery dedicated to St. Basil of Ostrog, the Miracle Worker, located in the very center of Bijeljina. The monastery complex covers an area of 3,500 m2 with an exceptionally arranged and functional layout of buildings.

Atik Džamija /Sultan Süleyman Camii

The Atik Mosque is the oldest mosque in Bijeljina. The name of the then ruler Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent is mentioned in written sources, and it was named after him as the Imperial Mosque. The mosque was built between 1520 and 1566.

Medžlis IZ Trebinje

Majlis of the Islamic Community of Trebinje. Chief Imam: hfz Sadik - ef. Fazlagić Secretary and Imam: Sadmir - ef. Mustafić

Dživar Mosque

There is no written information about the construction of the mosque. It is assumed that it was built in 1512 thanks to the Bešovićs, Busuladžićs and Kurtagićs, the first Muslim families in the area of Dživar near Trebinje.

Osman Pasha Mosque

Osman Pasha's mosque in Trebinje was built in 1726 by order of Osman-pasha Resulbegović, the captain of Trebinje. It is located in the Old Town, together with the Emperor's Mosque (1719), the oldest mosque in Trebinje.

Serbian Orthodox Church – Church of Holy Transfiguration

Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery

Herzegovina's Gracanica belongs to the Diocese of the Zahumlje-Herzegovina and Primorska Serbian Orthodox Church, whose monastery church is a faithful copy of the church of the Gracanica monastery from Kosovo and Metohija, the endowment of King Milutin

Sultan-Suleiman Mosque

The Sultan Sulejman Mosque, or the Emperor's Mosque, is located on the right bank of the Buna River, in the settlement of Blagaj, in the city of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Christian Baptist Church in Mostar

Religious organization

Church of St. Matthew

Church of St. Mateja is a sacral building located in the commissioned part of the old workers' settlement Rudnik.

Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque

Koski Mehmed-pasha's mosque in Mostar is located in the Old Town, on the left bank of the Neretva, between the river, Kujundžiluk Street, about 150 meters north of the Old Bridge and about 20 meters south of Mala Tepa. It has been declared a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Hadži-Kurtova Mosque

Ottoman architecture

Franciscan Church and Monastery of St. Peter and Paul in Mostar

Convent & Monastery · Religious organization · Religious center

Serbian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity

The Cathedral Church in Mostar was the cathedral of the diocese of the Zahumlje-Herzegovina Serbian Orthodox Church in the period from 1873 to 1992. It was the largest church in the Balkans until the end of the 19th century.

Karadjozbeg Mosque

Karadjozbeg Mosque is the largest mosque in Herzegovina. It is located in Mostar, in street Braće Fejića. It was built in 1557-1558, according to the designs of the famous Ottoman architect Sinan.

Parish of Mary Mother of the Church-Cathedral

The Cathedral of Mary, Mother of the Church and the Mostar Catholic Cathedral in Mostar is one of four Roman Catholic cathedrals in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Mosque of Esma Sultana

The Esme Sultanija Mosque, or Čaršija Mosque, is located in Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the main street that connects the Travnik and Banja Luka gates. This is the only mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina named after a woman. It has been declared a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Dizdar Mosque

Dizdar Mosque, or Women's Mosque, is located in Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has been declared as a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Church of St. Ive

The Shrine of St. John the Baptist in Podmilačje is the oldest Catholic shrine in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in this part of Europe. Saint Ivo prays for us!

Katedrala Srca Isusova

The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Sarajevo built in 1889. The project for the construction of the Cathedral was done by Josip Vancaš, combining elements of Romanesque and Gothic, and thus created a synthesis by which this building stands out from others of that kind.

Brdo mosque

The Kadi Hasan-efendija mosque, better known as the Brdo mosque, is located in the street of the same name, on Širokača in Sarajevo's Stari Grad municipality. The mosque was built in 1560.

Church svetog Josipa

The Church of St. Joseph is a Catholic church in the Sarajevo neighborhood of Marijin Dvor. It was built before the Second World War.

Bijela mosque

The White Mosque (Divan Katiba Hajdara Mosque) is located in Vratnik. The mosque is located on the corner of Bijela česma and Džanina streets (Kršilovac) and is in the immediate vicinity of the Jajce barracks. It is one of the oldest mosques in Sarajevo. It was built by Haji-Hajdar Effendi, secretary of Gazi Husrev-beg, after 1536, and before 1545, following the example of the Bey's mosque.

Church svetih Ćirila i Metoda

The Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius is a neo-Renaissance Catholic place of worship within the Theological College of the Vrhbosna Archdiocese. It is located in the Sarajevo municipality of Stari Grad. The school began operating in 1890. The construction of this sacral, partly educational, building began in 1892 after the acceptance of Vancaš's project, presented in 1892, and completed in 1895. The works were completed in 1896, when the church was blessed.

Begova mosque

Gazi Husrev-beg's mosque or just the Bey's mosque in Sarajevo is one of the most important monuments of sacral Islamic architecture in the Balkans due to its size and attractiveness. It was built in 1531.

Church presvetog Trojstva

The Church of the Holy Trinity, located in Dolac Malta in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been declared a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The National Monument consists of a church and movable property consisting of: three altarpieces by Oton Iveković, stained glass windows, three altars, a pulpit, two confessionals, church pews, the Way of the Cross (14 stations), 11 sculptures, a votive cross (Crucifix), a monstrance, a chalice and two ciborium.

Baščaršijska mosque

The Baščaršija Mosque, or Havadža Duraka Mosque, is located in Baščaršija in Sarajevo. It was built in 1528. The mosque is the endowment of Hodja Durak, after whom it was named. The interior of the mosque is characterized by an excellent solution of daylight and very good acoustics.

Church Kraljice svete krunice

The Church of the Queen of the Holy Rosary is a neo-baroque Catholic place of worship on Banjski brijeg, in Sarajevo. It is part of the monastery of nuns belonging to the Order of the Daughters of God of Love and the Institute of St. Josip, where KŠC "Sveti Josip" is located. The project for the church was made by Josip Vancaš in 1909, and the construction work was completed in 1911. The space was blessed on October 1 of the same year. The main altar in the church is a gift from the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Francis Joseph, who donated it during his visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1910, and the design of the altar is also the work of designer Vancaš.

Alipašina mosque

Alipasha Mosque is located in Sarajevo. It was built from 1560 to 1561. The mosque was endowed by Hadim Ali-pasha, Buda begler-beg in 1551–1553. and 1556–1557 in addition, he was a Timisoara and Egyptian begler-beg, at the time when he ruled the Bosnian Sandzak (1550-1551 and 1553). The mosque was built in the classical Istanbul style. Ali Pasha, a native of Sarajevo field, wrote in his will that a mosque should be built next to his grave from the funds of his waqf. He died in 1557 and within 4 years this building was erected.

Arnaudija – džamija

The Defterdarija or Arnaudija mosque was one of the 15 mosques in Banja Luka (the situation before the burning and demolition of the Banja Luka mosques in 1993).

Ferhat-pašina džamija

According to a legend, in 1575 Ferhad Pasha fought with Baron Herbert Auersperg. The Habsburgs were defeated, the baron himself was killed along with 200 other men, and 2,000 soldiers were captured. Among the captives was the baron's son Wolf, who was later redeemed by the family for 30,000 ducats, of which Ferhad Pasha would make Ferhadija.

Hram Uspenja Presvete Bogorodice

Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary · Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Banja Luka.

Hram Svetog velikomučenika kneza Lazara

Hram Svetog velikomučenika kneza Lazara. Šumadijska, Banja Luka.

Hram Svetog Jovana Bogovalova

Jovana_Bogoslova na Laušu (Banja Luka)

Hram Svetog Vasilija Ostroškog

The Serbian Orthodox Church celebrated today St. Basil of Ostrog, whose relics are kept as great shrines in the Ostrog Monastery in Montenegro.

Hram Svete Petke

Church of St. Petka in Kuljani.

Crkva Rođenja Presvete Bogorodice

There was a small wooden church in Rebrovac, which is said to have existed near Crkvena 200 years ago, and when it was felt that the enemy wanted to burn it, pious Christians transferred it to the right side of the Vrbas in one night, where it remained until 1876. there. It reopened later.

Crkva Svete Trojice

The Church of the Holy Trinity or the Temple of the Holy Trinity is a church located in Bajaluka in the Alley of Saint Sava, near the City Stadium. In the yard is the Vlačan court of the Bishop of Bajalučka.

Hram Hrista Spasitelja Banja Luka

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is Serbian Orthodox Cathedral located in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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.

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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