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Tourists are allowed to climb the minaret of Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque, the second largest mosque in Mostar. I’ve always wanted to climb a minaret! The inside was interesting but after climbing the narrow tower, the spectacular panoramas on top were indescribable!
Beautiful architecture that is of ottoman style. Similar to blue mosque but smaller in scale. Good to have a look and photo taking site if you are at Stari Mostar. You won't miss this place as the area of the town is quite small.
This is the first mosque I have ever visited, so I don't have anything to compare against.
I visited the mosque with a private guide who explained the symbols outside of the mosque (Star of David!), explained where men and women sit inside, the history...More
It costs 6 Euros to get in the mosque. The mosque itself is not so much of interest, as it is not very pretty on the inside... strange, considering the amount of money this mosque must get every year in entrance fees !
A 17th century mosque which offers one of the best places to snap the Old Bridge. By climbing the minaret you get beautiful views over the river, although its worth noting it's incredibly narrow and only wide enough for one person so no crossing on...More
You need to buy a ticket to visit but it is definitely worth the visit, it is only 6 €.
The city is beautiful, the view of the Old Bridge is very nice.
The mosque is also beautiful. You need to wear long pants and...More
The mosque itself is quaint and simplistic. Very interesting to look at and steeped in history. You definitely have to go up the minaret for the views of the old town, the river and the bridges. You might even get to see the divers from...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.