CorelDraw Map Sarajevo Bosnia Herzegovina

Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a diverse and historically rich city with several districts and neighborhoods, each offering a unique atmosphere and culture. Here’s a brief description of some of the main districts and neighborhoods in Sarajevo:

  1. Stari Grad (Old Town):
    • Stari Grad is the heart of Sarajevo and the most historic part of the city. It’s known for its charming Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture.
    • The Bascarsija area is a bustling bazaar filled with traditional shops, cafes, and restaurants.
    • The Latin Bridge is famous for its historical significance, as it’s the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914, which triggered World War I.
  2. Centar (Center):
    • Centar is a mix of old and new, featuring a blend of architectural styles, from Austro-Hungarian buildings to modern structures.
    • Ferhadija Street is a popular pedestrian promenade with shops and cafes.
    • The National Library and Sarajevo City Hall are architectural landmarks in this district.
  3. Novo Sarajevo:
    • This district is characterized by more modern and residential areas, with many apartment buildings and parks.
    • The Sarajevo Olympic Complex, built for the 1984 Winter Olympics, is located in this area.
    • It’s also home to the Grbavica neighborhood, known for its beautiful park along the Miljacka River.
  4. Ilidža:
    • Located to the southwest of the city center, Ilidža is known for its natural beauty and thermal springs.
    • Vrelo Bosne, a park and spring at the foot of the Igman mountain, is a popular natural attraction.
    • It’s a quieter, more suburban area compared to the city center.
  5. Vratnik:
    • Vratnik is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Sarajevo and is located on a hill overlooking the city.
    • The neighborhood features historic buildings, including the White Fortress, and offers panoramic views of the city.
    • It has a more traditional and local atmosphere.
  6. Alipasino Polje:
    • This district is known for its residential neighborhoods and educational institutions.
    • The University of Sarajevo and the Sarajevo International Airport are located in Alipasino Polje.
  7. Marijin Dvor:
    • Marijin Dvor is a commercial and business district in the city, with many upscale shops, restaurants, and office buildings.
    • The Academy of Fine Arts and the Historical Museum are located in this area.
  8. Novi Grad:
    • This district is a mix of residential and industrial areas and is home to many newer apartment complexes.
    • The Skenderija Center, a major cultural and sports center, is located in Novi Grad.

Sarajevo is a city of rich history, diverse cultures, and a strong sense of resilience, with each district and neighborhood contributing to its unique character. The city offers a blend of old-world charm and modern living, making it a captivating place to explore and experience.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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