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We did not learn much in this museum. It is very small and does not really get in to history. They have an interactive slide show that helps a little. I suggest that you skip this museum and go down the street to the City...More
Very small museum about Sarajevo during the Austro-Hungarian period. Not too much detail, but a few interesting artifacts and a good interactive terminal. But it is small and a bit pricey for what it is.
Very small museum, practillay one room. Outdated concept, some objects aree missing from the cabinets.Text on the electronic screen sometimes not matching with the test on the cabinets. Closed on Sundays, entry fee 4 KM, ooverpriced.
It is worth seeing especially as it was raining heavily outside! Yes it is small but is has some interesting thing. For example it had the clothes Gavrilo Princip had on when he was arrested. It also has a good map of the area and...More
I think every tourist who wants to see something in Sarajevo first must respect history about the city, for example this topic about how WWI started. Near the Latin Bridge in Sarajevo at June 28th year 1914, Gavrilo Princip (member of the Black Hand secret...More
This museum is a single room with no significant items of interest. Most of the display cases around the walls contain objects which set the scene for the period - books, watches, hand crafts, clothing, etc - but very little about the context of the...More
Situated adjacent to the Latin Bridge where Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, the Museum of Sarajevo 1878-1918 may be slightly small, but the history it provides is fascinating. We entered after exploring the bridge and Old Town area, as two scholars of history anyway; we were...More