Bašcaršija is the old Turkish Quarter. It is very characteristic with the mosques, the bazar and the stone cobbled streets that reflect the warm light of the sunset.

The smell of smoke and cooked meat it is typical of the many Cevabdzinica, the traditional restaurants where you can eat cevapi, the Bosnian national dish.

Right: Bašcaršija's open space is nicknamed pigeon square for all the birds, and has its centre on the Sebilj, a wooden ornate drinking fountain.


© Marco Pavan, 2009
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