Monday, September 19, 2011

Bosnia and Hercigovina tourism: Muslibegović house in Mostar- one of the ten best hotels in the world


Muslibegovic house is a Bosnian national monument located in Mostar.

It is one of the most valuable architectonic treasures, and is 300 year old. This hotel is a living symbol of the continuity of Bosnian history and culture.

National Monument - Muslibegovic house has 10 luxury rooms and apartments, which are beautifully decorated with huge care for the advancement of the natural beauty of the museum. 

The most famous web page for room reservations has released a list of the best hotels for 2010. One of the ten best hotels in the world was “Muselbegovic house” in Mostar, an architectonic treasure from the 17th century.


The Muslibegovics represent a noble lineage in Hercegovina, a where its members were governors for many centuries.  Members of this noble family establish themselves in Mostar at the end of the 17th century following the fall of  Herceg-Novi the to the Venetians in 1687.

At that time, the Muslibegovic is owned property all over Herzegovinia (the southern portion of today's Bosnia Hercegovina) and continue to exert substantial influence over social and political affairs in the region.

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