Turkish House, Mostar

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Turkish House, Mostar - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: GaseIlica bb, Mostar 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Phone: +387-61339897

Ticket Price: 4 BAM

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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About Turkish House, Mostar

A timeless attraction, the house has been preserved as a historical site for travelers and onlookers. The place had been a nobleman’s house build with high walls to ensure safety and security of the women in the abode. It reflects the quintessential Ottoman style houses with its classic wooden cupboards and brass tables. The artifacts belonging to that time are still showcased and has been an object of constant intrigue amid the travelers. Outside the house has a beautiful courtyard filled with exotic flowers and a beautiful fountain providing a splendid view on its wake.

Turkish House Information

  • Smoking is not allowed within the premises.

How To reach Turkish House by Public Transport

  • On Foot
  • By Cabs or Taxi
  • By rented Car.

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  • Friendly host and a nice experience.

  • Kajtaz house is in the street of the same name and it is probably built at the end of 16th or at the beginning of the 17th century. Its original form has been preserved. The house belongs to town dwelling architecture, and it is the most beautiful living complex built in Turkish times, with separate houses for men and women. High walls protect it from strong sunshine and from people from the outside looking in. Valuable carpets can be seen on the floors of large rooms, and numerous books in Arabic have been preserved. It is made of stone and wood.

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  • Nice environtment

  • Owner of the house and guide is extremely friendly and tells a very interesting story

  • Not interest

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