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Architectural Guide

Buildings and Projects since 1923

Edited by LIFT Sarajevo

Nedim Mutevelić, Irhana Šehović, Dunja Krvavac, Jasmin Sirčo, Senka Ibrišimbegović, Irfan Salihagić, Edin Sarić, Farah Zubović, Zerina Salketić,
and Edin Zoletić

With further contributions by Hubert Klumpner
and Michael Walczak


Discover the architectural wonders of Sarajevo, a city that bears the vivid scars of its complex history. From hosting the 1984 Winter Olympics to enduring a brutal war in the 1990s, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina has woven its tumultuous past into its urban fabric. Today, this modern metropolis harmoniously combines the remnants of Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian influence along with the striking architecture of the Yugoslav socialist era.

In this captivating architectural guide, explore 150 landmarks spanning the last century, carefully divided into four enlightening chapters. Immerse yourself in the city’s rich cultural heritage as the authors effortlessly navigate and bring to life the diverse architectural tapestry of Sarajevo. With detailed maps provided, you’ll have no trouble pinpointing each building’s exact location, allowing for an in-depth exploration of the city’s architectural treasures.

Whether you’re a passionate traveller or an avid enthusiast of architecture, this guide will be your trusty companion as you unveil the extraordinary tales etched onto the walls of Sarajevo. Experience the city’s history unfold before your eyes and be inspired by its resilient spirit, as it continues to shape and redefine its captivating skyline.


134 × 245 mm
240 pages

550 images

ISBN 978-3-86922-381-0


Here you can find the blurb.