The Bakrbaba Mosque, built in 1544 by Hajji-Alija Bakrbaba, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. A madrasa, mekteb, library and harem were later added to the complex, which was destroyed in 1895 under Austro-Hungarian rule. The mosque has recently been rebuilt. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Bakrbaba Mosque, built in 1544 by Hajji-Alija Bakrbaba, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. A madrasa, mekteb, library and harem were later added to the complex, which was destroyed in 1895 under Austro-Hungarian rule. The mosque has recently been rebuilt. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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