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Year of Construction: 1560/61.Founder - Waqif: Ali-pashaDimensions: 9,50 m x 9,50 mMinaret: h = 31,60 m radius 2 m Although modest in size due to the exceptional beauty and harmony of all the architectural elements and perfect proportions, the mosque...more

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Year of Construction: 1560/61.Founder - Waqif: Ali-pashaDimensions: 9,50 m x 9,50 mMinaret: h = 31,60 m radius 2 m Although modest in size due to the exceptional beauty and harmony of all the architectural elements and perfect proportions, the mosque is seen as a monument. Within Ali-Pasha mosque, there is a large cemetery where the tomb of Ali-Pasha, but his tombstone does not have the inscription. In the harem of the mosque it was built fountain.

Address

Centar Sarajevo - Street Maršala Tita 4 Centar Sarajevo 71000

Language of service

Bosniac

Prayers

All prayers including formal jum'a

Quick Facts

  • Female prayer section
  • No Airport found.
  • No Attraction found.
  • No Halal dish found.
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