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Built in 1881 this is the largest catholic church in Bosnia Herzegovina. It is free to visit. It is 5 minutes walk from the bazaar.
I wouldn't go out of my way to visit it. If you are in the area you could visit for...More
Landmark Catholic Church in Sarajevo Old Town district established on 5th July 1881.This Cathedral is the largest Cathedral in Bosnia and Herzgovina and seat of the Archbishop of Vrhbosna(Sarajevo).This building is often considered the symbol of Sarajevo city and was badly damaged during the "Siege...More
One of Sarajevo roses is both at the front and on the left side, a sober reminder of fatalities from mortar fire near the church. The exterior is very pleasant with the stone blending into the surrounding buildings (of different denomination) the interior is simple...More
It is commonly referred to as the Sarajevo Cathedral. It was built in 1889 and is the largest cathedral in the country and the seat of the Archbishop of Vrhbosna. There's a statue in front of Pope John Paul II who visited in 1997 soon...More
This cathedral, built in the neo-Gothic style, represents yet another masterpiece by the great Czech architect Josip Vancas, who had left his unerasable imprint on the face of our city. Worth visiting both in the daylight and night hours
On 20 Nov 2016, we needed to attend church as it was a Sunday. Before leaving Singapore, we combed through Sarajevo's "things to do" & only remembered seeing many mosques. So we thought we probably had to skip church that day, afterall we have attended...More