Speaking of bridges, we must not forget the name Abdulah-efendija Muzaferija, famous inventor and constructor of bridges from the 18th century. He was buried in Nad Kovači cemetery in 1750.
On the way to the next bridge, we recommend you visit Delikatesna radnja. One of the busiest bars in town, it is the ideal place to relax and you can often enjoy pop-up exhibitions of Bosnian-Herzegovinian designers and artists. If you are exploring the city at nighttime, you can find entertainment just pass the Deli Place, at the Open Scene of the Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts or the Academy Café.
Neighborhoods of Sarajevo
Bascarsija & Sebilj
Ottoman era begins in 1461 when the city was founded by the first Bosnian governor Ishak-beg Isaković (Ishak Bay Isaković), a pioneer in planned construction.
The new government displays superiority with large buildings. Aleksandar Vitek and Ćiril Iveković work on the design for Vijećnica (City Hall)
Gazi Husrev Beg Mosque
Another permanent stamp was left by Gazi Husrev Beg (Gazi Husrev Bey), triple Bosnian Steward and Builder.In 1530, with his own money, he built the most monumental building of Islamic culture in B&H
As Orthodox grew in numbers, so did the need to build a new church. It took over a decade to build one and it was completed in the last years of the Ottoman rule in 1874.