Panoramic view of Miljacka river run through the centre of Sarajevo.
Church of Saint Anthony of Padua / Franciscan Monastery
The first mosque built in Sarajevo back in 1457. The original building made of wood was destroyed and this building we see today was rebuilt in 1565.
Stari Grad / Old Town
Sebilj, public drinking fountain. Built in 1753, the Sebilj had a turbulent history and was reconstructed several times. The present structure was built in 1891 in neo-Moorish style.
So many tourist today.
Gazi Huzrev-Bey Mosque
After the walking tour around the old town, we left Sarajevo to take the country road to Visaki, Kakanj, Vitez and Travnik.
Got stuck in a traffic jam along the way and decided to pull to the side to sit it out. Nicely surprised by this wedding party.
A few gypsy kids crashing the party too.