During Austro-Hungarian times, the center of the city was the Ferhadija, the pedestrian street that goes through the old town, from the Bašcaršija to the eternal flame that commemorates the victims of WWII, in Maršala Tita avenue.
Ferhadija runs in front of the Catholic cathedral.
Within few hundred meters there are also the Orthodox cathedral, and the main mosque of the city, the Gazi Husrev-bey mosque.
Christian bell towers and minarets cohabited in Sarajevo since a long time in the past.



© Marco Pavan, 2009
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