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To get to it you need to walk over the Mostar bridge and through the shopping area. A paid entrance to the mosque and once entered it has a peaceful and relaxing aura. Nothing like mosques in the Middle East where money is spent on...More
Off the main mall area, through a small arch lies f Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque. It is unassuming compared to Mostar’s larger mosques but well worth a visit. The mosque has four parts, the main room, the tower, the graveyard and the scenic bridge and...More
A nice small mosque open to the public too visit. Inside has a very calming peaceful effect once you enter. The architecture and designs are influenced by the Ottaman empire. For those who are able i would reccomend climbing too the rooftop where you are...More
This was the first time I had been in a mosque and found the experience very peaceful. The simple nature of the interior was rather refreshing. The minaret has stunning views of the river, bridge and town. Well worth a visit
Ramadan was about to begin while we were in Mostar, so we didn't get to see as inside as many mosques as we would have liked as many were busy with prayers. This little mosque is small but beautiful, with a very picturesque courtyard outside...More
We briefly stopped here where our Tour Guide explained its history - donations from a wealthy family. Entrance fee for the mosque is 3 Euros, another 3 Euros if one decides to climb the minaret.
I planned to do this after our walking tour is...More
More than worth the money to see the mosk, climb the minaret and take the best pictures of Stari Most and Mostar. Looking back at my pictures these are the best ones I've made in Bosnia. The minaret is really in the heart of the...More
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Yes, you can. But you need to follow the procedures from someone who is knowledgeable. Maybe, you should ask for a private tour guide if you don't know anything about Muslim culture. There is a lot of tour guides that can be... More
Yes, you can. But you need to follow the procedures from someone who is knowledgeable. Maybe, you should ask for a private tour guide if you don't know anything about Muslim culture. There is a lot of tour guides that can be at your service for hour or two and it should not be expensive either.
Alejkum selam. My advice is to give Qurbani to Foster home or Soup kitchen, cause these categories need it the most. I dont know which city u r gonna visit inshAllah, but I know in Zenica for example u dont need any... More
Alejkum selam. My advice is to give Qurbani to Foster home or Soup kitchen, cause these categories need it the most. I dont know which city u r gonna visit inshAllah, but I know in Zenica for example u dont need any permission for Foster home, just take it to their kitchen. Also there is one association in mosque in Zenica, which take care about people who returned to their home, mostly villages, on east in Bosnia, in Republic Serbia. They r mostly old people who lost their families. U can find this association on fb called "Čajdžinica kod Dabra". They r also taking Qurbani to returnee . I hope I helped u. If u have any futher question u can contact me. Selam from BIH.