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Koskin-Mehmed Pasha's Mosque

on the Neretva River, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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on the Neretva River, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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"non muslims"
in 3 reviews
"stained glass"
in 3 reviews
"one person at a time"
in 3 reviews
"small entrance fee"
in 4 reviews
"old bridge"
in 38 reviews
"beautiful mosque"
in 4 reviews
"small bazaar"
in 2 reviews
"gated courtyard"
in 2 reviews
"prayer rugs"
in 2 reviews
"someone coming"
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"winding stairway"
in 2 reviews
"worth the climb"
in 3 reviews
"the river"
in 16 reviews
"prayer times"
in 2 reviews
"bridge view"
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"selling souvenirs"
in 2 reviews
"remove your shoes"
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Reviewed yesterday

right smack in the Old Town, all u need is good comfortable walking shoes. visitors to the mosque must be modestly attired

Thank Hani H
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This mosque is open to non-Muslims for a small fee if you have always been curious about what the inside of one looked like. The mosque is nice inside with some stained glass, and you don’t have to remove your shoes and ladies don’t have...More

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Reviewed 17 December 2017

Its a nice mosque smack near the river. There's a story behind the mosque. The past part is the mosque offers a stunning view of the old bridge. If you are a muslim, stop by for a prayer. Nice cool water..

Thank Timbermad
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

I don't know what the rating criteria for a mosque should be. I gave it 5 stars in part because it was my first mosque and accordingly I found it very interesting. Starting with the fountain in the courtyard used by worshipers to purify themselves,...More

Thank Mmeyernos
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

One of the old Mosque which is interesting to visit. The architect dated from 15 Century and being rebuilt on 1618 was exactly very Ottoman style. Look at their Minaret itself you may find the symbolize of Ottoman on it. Standing still besides Neretva river...More

Thank Zues1020
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

The highlight of this mosque is the breathtaking view it offers from its minaret, given that you can climb up a very narrow spiral staircase. It was not the easiest reach as almost only one person can pass by at a time. However, when you...More

Thank Arianne M
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Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

This mosque is right beside the River, just off a very busy tourist street, though in a quiet courtyard of its own. It is an active place of worship and respect should be shown when visiting here.

Thank bdon257
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Reviewed 19 October 2017

Entered from a gated courtyard, the rebuilt 1618 Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque lacks a certain finesse in its interior, but you can climb the claustrophobic minaret for sweeping town views. Completed in 1618, this mosque is the second biggest in Mostar. It is placed just...More

Thank hajnalka78
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

We visited primarily to go up the Minaret and enjoy the view but we also thoroughly enjoyed the mosque itself. The minaret has 78 steps up a narrow, winding stairway and passing others is tricky. However, once up there the views of the old bridge...More

Thank flan_1969
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Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Really as the reviews, from minaret of the mosque, best view is presented of the bridge. Nothing special for the mosque, which seems no longer in use as a primlige. Cost 6eurs to visit the minaret, half to visit the mosque. Quite expensive. However, it...More

Thank LeoTao
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AliGlobalcitizen
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Response from Amela J | Reviewed this property |
Alejkum selam. My advice is to give Qurbani to Foster home or Soup kitchen, cause these categories need it the most. I dont know which city u r gonna visit inshAllah, but I know in Zenica for example u dont need any... More
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