For those who wish to get acquainted with the history of Mostar and Herzegovina, this small but significant museum is a must. The museum is located in the rooms of the house where the former head of the Yugoslav Government Džemal Bijedić lived. The building, constructed in the Austrian-Hungarian period, is an example of a successful mixture of the style of Austrian dwellings with architectural features of Oriental residences. The museum itself possesses a rich collection of archaeological and ethnographic findings, as well as utmost valuable documents supplying information on the various periods of the city of Mostar and of the whole of the Herzegovina region. Inside, there are areas where original furniture and objects of daily use belonging to past city and country times, can be admired.
Opening times: Monday- Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

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