Mostar, Muslim-Croat Federation, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Europe

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Muslibegović House


Ring the bell to be ushered into this walled Ottoman courtyard house, built in the late 17th century and extended in 1871. Its main function today is as an atmospheric hotel, but several of the sitting areas are decorated with museum-like collections of artefacts and costumes.

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