Hostel Lena

Address: Trk Ivana Krndelja br.16, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Trk Ivana Krndelja br.16, Mostar, is near Old Town (Stari Grad), Sarajevo History Museum, Cathedral of Jesus' Heart (Sarajevo Cathedral), and Svrzo House.
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

Lovely Mostar

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Mar 18, 2015

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This morning we journeyed north and inland into Bosnia & Herzegovina with our final destination of the day, Sarajevo. Along the way we stopped in Pocitelj, a small village on the banks of the river Neretva crowned by the ruins of a medieval fortress. What a tiny but absolutely adorable site!

We then continued to the ancient town of ...

Makin' the Most of Mostar

A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 18, 2014

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... and also heard from our guide.

The breakup of the Soviet Union led to former Republics declaring independence. We've just traveled through many of these countries. Poland wasn't in the USSR but they started the ball rolling, along with Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, which were in the USSR.

Down in Yugoslavia, Slovenia was the first to declare independence and the Yugoslavian Army, made up of mostly Serbian Orthodox ...

Stari mostly Mostar

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 04, 2014

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... the drinks in there!

Over the other side of the river is a Dervish house, Blagaj Tekke, which was built when the Ottomans first came into the area in the early 1500s. It was an area were people could learn about Dervish and Sufi religion and the spring was pretty important religiously. We had to wear skirts to cover our legs and I had to put a scarf over my head and shoulders to be allowed in but it was pretty interesting to see it all - my favourite being the original ...

Bosnian Trek

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Dec 19, 2013

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This morning, tour Mostar, the principal city of the Herzegovina region. The city is named for the watchtowers (mostars in Bosnian) of its historic bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The bridge spans the Neretva River, which divides the town into Muslim and Croat sections and was designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Hayruddin in the 16th century. The stone structure was built over ...


A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Aug 20, 2013

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... In the other countries I have been to, the talk is about WWII, but the fact that this war occurred in my life time is something else entirely.

Mostar was divided by the river that flowed through it. At the start of the war, the Serbian's tried to take the east part of the city. The Croat's and the Bosnian's fought together until the Croat's tried to take the west of the city. Then the city had two front lines. Apparently something like 1 bomb every 4 seconds ...