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Until 1993 the name of this park was Dušan Silni (Dusan the Mighty), the first Serbian Tsar during whose rule the power of Serbia reached its peak. After his death in 1355 the Ottoman Turks finally succeeded in getting a foothold in the Balkans. Perhaps...More
At Mejdan, from Turkish for "Horse Square" because the Ottoman troops originally kept their horses here, is a lovely park covered in lush trees with lots of shade. It is right on the river, across from downtown, so also has nice views. There is a...More
At Mejdan (or Horse Square in Turklsh) park has a beautifully restored musical pavillion - but without music. It's a pity - there shhould be an orchestra playing waltzes and marches, like there used to be during the Austro-Hungarian rule
Along the bank of the Miljacka River near the Latin Bridge is At Mejdan, it is a shady green space and is close to the Old Town of Sarajevo. Historically At Mejdan was where public punishments were carried out, it was also a horse track...More