Begovina, a residential complex in Stolac, was built as an economic entity with inns and gardens, separate from the rest of the city. It shows respect for natural terrain and privacy, forming a protected family territory. Architecturally, it consists of four parts: the public access road, the entrance yard with four buildings, a semi-private courtyard, and a private family house. The complex is surrounded by a high stone wall on three sides, with the Bregava River acting as a natural border on the fourth side. The complex comprises five inn buildings, six residential buildings, and auxiliary structures. Access is from the south side via Ćuprija in Begovina, a stone bridge that connected the Rizvanbegović family houses. The complex is considered one of the most beautiful and significant residential complexes in Bosnia and Herzegovina.