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Mostar is the cultural, political and the financial centre of the Herzegovina region. Your first encounter with the city will make you feel the diversity that makes it stand out. Its charm lies in the fact that its streets are woven with the spirit of different civilisations that lived here.
This spirit is felt among the young, hospitable people and in the city’s architecture. Mostar, as the city with two universities, has always been the city of bridges and the city of young people.
Unique cultural and historic heritage sites are located in and around the city, including the Old Town and the symbol of the city, the Old Bridge, which connects the two banks of the jewel of Herzegovina - the Neretva River. The Old Town is known for its narrow streets teeming with life. It has a number of establishments and craft shops offering traditional products, while the Old Bridge is its crown jewel.
Symbol of the city of Mostar, the Old Bridge, that beautiful and elegant connection between the banks of the Neretva River, was built in 1566, and was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. As you set your foot on the Old Bridge, you get to enjoy the unforgettable view of the Neretva River and the old buildings surrounding you. In Mostar, there are also many cultural-historical and religious buildings such as the Crooked Bridge, Karađozbeg Mosque, Turbe, Hammam, city bathhouse, old Orthodox church, synagogue, etc.
Historic artefacts confirm continuous habitation in the area since antiquity. The earliest written record of Mostar dates back to 9th century. The famous Nobel-prize laureate Ivo Andrić wrote: “When a man spends a night in Mostar, it is not the sounds that wake him up in the morning, it is the light.” Mostar is the city of flowers, greenery, and tree blossoms, often celebrated in songs, sometimes blooming as early as February and creating a magically beautiful and inspiring picture.