The sofa is mine, the town hall is the equivalent of the city government in China, it is very solemn, but he can also give people to visit and the domestic is a bit different, the first time to visit the town hall outside the country, there is a different feeling, still quite good
The old town hall of Sarajevo, which stands out by the Miliaz River, is the most magnificent building built during the Austro-Hungarian occupation of Sarajevo and a symbol of world civilization. It was built in the Austrian = Hungarian Empire in 1892 and was combined with neoclassical and Andalusian style and was called pseudomol style. The structure is built in a symmetrical, geometrical combination of architecture from Andalusia, that is, in Morocco and Spain, and the columns are seen in the neoclassical shadows. This is because the Andalusian style became the "exotic" of the mainstream countries of Europe during that time, and this kind of meshing pseudo-Moorish style was born. The project of the old Sarajevo City Hall, which was overseen by Alexander Wittek, presented a pseudo-Moorish design that combined the perfect architectural style of the East and West. It has become the most important symbol of Sarajevo since it was first opened on 20 April 1896. It is the seat of the government of Sarajevo. It became the library of the National University of Bosnia and Herzegovina after World War II. From 25 to 26 August 1992, during the war of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the library of nearly 90 ％ was destroyed by shelling, and the building became one of the symbols of the siege of Sarajevo. The reconstruction of the building was carried out in 1996, and it was officially opened on 9 May 2014, and it is also European Day and fascism Day.
The appearance of the city hall is very distinctive. There are brown stripes between the yellow buildings. We have limited time and did not enter to visit. The Old City Hall is very close to the Latin Bridge. We got off the bus near the City Hall and walked to visit the Latin Bridge.
Sarajevo is one of the few cities in the world that still uses trams as urban transportation. It is also unique in European countries. Traveling to Bosnia is a must experience.
It's really beautiful inside, and then said on the Internet that you must go in or you will miss it. The opening time inside is 9 o'clock in the afternoon, 3 o'clock in the afternoon, this time I can't upload the photos inside, in my other mobile phone, this is not bad.
The few tourist attractions in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina that require tickets are 10 Bosnia and Herzegovina. This Islamic-style building is located on the bank of the Milichka River, not far from the Latin Bridge, and can be overlooked from the Yellow Fort. The predecessor was the City Hall, which was later transformed into the National Library. Unfortunately, it was destroyed during the 1992 war, and many of the books in it were burned. The building has now been rebuilt, and its shape and style are unique. triangular building, the interior is a mixture of Islamic and Austro-Hungarian styles. The city hall was built during the rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and was transformed into a national library during the First World War. During the Bosnia-Herzegovina War, on the night of August 25, 1992, the city hall was set on fire, and more than 90% of the books in the collection were burned. With the assistance of the European Union, reconstruction began in 1996 and reopened on May 9, 2014. The number on the ticket does not know whether it represents the number of visitors. There are ten narration points in it, you can rent an interpreter, but it’s in English, and I don’t understand it if I rent it, so I found a netizen’s explanation and translation on the Internet. Thank you for his translation. Now I will share it with you.