Vijećnica, Sarajevo

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Vijećnica serves as a symbol of the city and is the most representative building from the Austro-Hungarian period that bears witness to the city's historical dramas. It was built between 1892 and 1894 in a pseudo-Moorish style--a blend of Orient and Occident, as the city itself. The most notable feature of its interior is the six-angled hall topped with the glass dome. Notice the painted decorations in the main stairway and the stained-glass window ornamented with floral patterns under the dome. The hall burned down in 1992, and it was officially re-opened after restoration on May 9, 2014. It has housed the National and University Library since 1949. Plan your Vijećnica visit and explore what else you can see and do in Sarajevo using our Sarajevo tour itinerary planner.
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  • the city hall is within easy walking distance from the Latin bridge. What is funny is the stubborn house owner who demanded that is house to be rebuilt exactly like before. ( his house had to be...  more »
  • The town hall itself is a reminder of richness cultural landscape of this amazing city, a mixture of styles  more »
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