Мостар, Босния и Герцеговина | Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Мостар — один из самых известных и богатых на достопримечательности городов в Боснии и Герцеговине. Город считается неофициальным центром исторической области Герцеговина, находится на реке Неретве и является четвертым по количеству населения городом страны.

В сезон туристов очень много, ехать сюда ради спокойных и не торопливых прогулок не стоит.

Название города означает «старый мост» и связано со Старым Мостом* (The Old Bridge (Stari Most) через р. Неретва, построенным турками-османами в 1566 году и входящим в список всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО. Разрушенный в ходе Боснийской войны 1992–1995 и восстановленный в 2004 году, мост теперь символизирует возврат страны к мирной жизни.

Old Bridge Museum (Next to the bridge). Includes exhibits on the history of the bridge, a panoramic view from the top, and entrance into the excavations below, along with a video detailing the reconstruction of the bridge.

Muslibegovića House (Muslibegovića kuća) (located near the Karađoz Bey’s Mosque),  it is considered the most beautiful house from Ottoman period in the Balkans. The house is comprised of separate quarters for women (women’s courtyard – haremluk), and men (men’s courtyard – selamluk). Unlike earlier architectural styles, this house resembled a four-storey house built around the centre. Double-arched entrance with the central pillar reveals Mediterranean influence. The house preserved authentic monumental structure, items and documents providing an insight into the life of a wealthy bey family from the time. In addition to museum exhibition, visitors are invited to take traditional beverages or cookies, or spend a night in this authentic surrounding.

Museum of Herzegovina (Muzej Hercegovine). Open 08:00-16:00. Has a small collection of photographs from various phases of Mostar history, including a small exhibit on a native son who was Prime Minister of Yugoslavia for 6 years. Also shows an excellent video on the recent history of the Old Bridge.

Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque (Koski Mehmed-pašina džamija) (Old town). Small but simply pretty Ottoman mosque built in 1618. Climb to the minaret to see a great view over the town.

Karađoz Bey Mosque (Karađoz-begova džamija) (Old town). Ottoman mosque built in 1557; central mosque of Mostar.

Cemetery (next to Karađoz Bey Mosque in the Old town). A park turned into a cemetery in 1993 when the dead needed a place to be buried and other cemeteries were inaccessible due to the war.

Ottoman house (Bišćevića kuća), Bišćevića Street. An Ottoman house, where you only can see the few rooms in upstairs.

Полезная туристическая информация

Прибыть в Мостар из прочих городов Боснии и Герцеговины можно на автобусе (удобнее всего) и на поезде. Авто- и железнодорожный вокзал соединены в единый транспортный узел, расположен он в самом центре города. Чаще всего автобусы прибывают из Сараево — практически каждый час; время в пути из столицы — около 2,5 часов.


Mostar (Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: [mǒstaːr]; Serbian Cyrillic: Мостар) is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited by 113,169 people,[1] it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region, its cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most recognizable landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.
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