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10.04.2018 12:05
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Another successful cooperation this time was that we cooperated with the City Hall. Sarajevo Hall is a building in Sarajevo not far from Baščaršija on Mustaj-pašina mejdan and is one of the most beautiful and most representative objects from the Austro-Hungarian period.

Sarajevo Hall is a building in Sarajevo not far from Baščaršija on Mustaj-pašina mejdan and is one of the most beautiful and most representative objects from the Austro-Hungarian period.

In this style, most buildings were left by the Austro-Hungarian authorities in Sarajevo, and it is synonymous with the Austro-Hungarian period in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a trademark of that time. The first project was done by Karlo Parzik. As a model for the development of this project, he was served by the Kemal II mosque, and for this he went to Cairo twice. Along with the elaboration and elaboration of the project, the construction of the building took place from 1892 to 1894. The city hall building was officially handed over to use in 1896. After its renovation, the City Hall was reopened on May 9, 2014.

Initially, the City Hall was the building of the then city administration and the city administration of Sarajevo. After the Second World War, until 1949 the City Hall served the city administration as the building of the District Court of Sarajevo and the seat of the Bosnian Parliament. After that the City Hall becomes the City Library, that is, the National and University Library of BiH.

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