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Les meilleurs lieux de culte recommandés par les habitants de la région

Église
“The Sacred Heart Cathedral is a Catholic church in Sarajevo; commonly referred as the Sarajevo Cathedral, it is the largest cathedral in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Vrhbosna, currently Cardinal Vinko Puljić, and center of Catholic worship in the city.”
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Synagogue
“Sarajevo Synagogue is Sarajevo's primary and largest synagogue and is located on the south bank of the river Miljacka. It was constructed in 1902 and remains the only functioning synagogue in Sarajevo today.”
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Église
“Old Church and Museum, dating from 6th century, early Christianity, now Orthodox church.”
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Synagogue
“Next to Rahatlook is Old Temple, Museum of the Jews in B&H. Good starring point to explore Old Town.”
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Église
“Third stop on the "European Jerusalem" tour. This is the largest Serbian Orthodox church in Sarajevo and one of the largest in the Balkans. The exterior is overwhelming and can be recognized from any viewpoint around the city, while the interior is dark and empty, typical of Orthodox churches. The local priests that run the cathedral are very friendly, happy to chat about the cathedral and answer any questions (as long as you don't come during the prayer time of course).”
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Mosque
“Oldest mosque in Sarajevo, check the hours when it is open for visitors, women will need to wear scarf”
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Mosque
“Ali Pasha’s Mosque in Sarajevo is part of the vakuf (endowment) established by Hadim Ali Pasha, who was born in Sarajevo Field. He was raised in Istanbul, where he received his education, and later carried out his service in the Ottoman Army in both Bosnia and Buda. t is presumed that the mosque was built in 1560 or 1561 and it is considered one of the most harmonious and loveliest mosques to be built in the classical Ottoman style in BiH. The courtyard of the mosque contains Ali Pasha’s tomb, as well as the resting places for many other prominent Bosnians. The gravestones for the dervishes, Ajni Dede and Šemsi Dede, were moved to the courtyard, as both men had come to Sarajevo as members of the entourage for Sultan Mehmed II “the Conqueror”. The men were first interred in mausoleums across from the mosque, where the Hygienic Institute is located today. Their gravestones are counted among the oldest monuments from Ottoman Sarajevo.”
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Église
“Church of St. Anthony, built in 1882, monument to Catholic culture in Sarajevo.”
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Église
“The Saint Joseph's Church (Croatian: Crkva svetog Josipa) is a Roman Catholic church in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was proclaimed a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2008.”
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Mosque
“According to the legend, the mosque was built by Magribija Sheik who accompanied Isa-Bey Ishakovic on his arrival to Sarajevo (Isa Bey founded Sarajevo in the 15th c.; the first regent). Not much is known about the Sheik. He was a member of the Dervish Order from Maghreb. The mosque was built in the mid 16th c. and named after him. ”
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Cimetière
“It contains more than 3850 tombstones and covers an area of 31160 square meters. It has four monuments dedicated to the victims of fascism”
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Mosque
“Havadža Durak Mosque, better known as Baščaršija Mosque, is located on the main square of Sarajevo’s old trading center – Baščaršija. It is not known, exactly, when the mosque was built, but a manuscript from 1528 mentions a neighborhood around Havadža Durak Masjid, so the mosque must have been built before that year. Baščaršija Mosque has one main dome and an open portico which is covered by smaller cupolas, and there’s the adjacent stone minaret. While the courtyard of the mosque is not very large, it’s quite pretty and is like a little oasis in the center of Baščaršija, with its small fountain, roses and two tall poplar trees. The mosque was badly damaged during the last war (1992-1995), after which it underwent major reconstruction. Baščaršija Mosque was named a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2006.”
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Mosque
“Just across from the Hadzijska Mosque, you will find a small grocery store.”
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Mosque
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