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Located in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar has a lot to offer visitors. One of the most impressive sights in the city is the architecture.
The city has several historical landmarks, such as the Old Bridge, or Stari Most. It is also a good place to see modern street art. The best time to see Mostar is in the spring or autumn. In fact, the city has an annual street art festival.
Mostar's Old Bazaar is a quaint, pedestrian area with a lot of charm. It features an oriental flair and souvenir stalls. In addition, there are numerous cafes and restaurants. The market is a trove of Turkish rugs and scarves, as well as Aladdin-type gold and silver lamps.
A visit to the Mostar Museum of War and Genocide Victims is a must. This is the best place to learn about Mostar's most infamous war, the 1992-1995 Balkans war. The museum is also an impressive structure, featuring a photo gallery and documentary film.
Another interesting structure is the Snipper Tower of Mostar, which is a former bank. It has a high minaret and a courtyard with a fountain. It was used by snipers during the Bosnian War.
The Crooked Bridge, or Kriva Cuprija, is not as well-known as the Old Bridge, but it is a notable landmark in Mostar. It is located near the Old Bridge, and spans a small creek. During the Bosnian War, snipers snuck in and out of this building to shoot at targets on the other side.