Museum

Opening hours of the Museum „Alija Izetbegović“:

Summer period (April, May, June, July, August, September)

Monday to Friday    10.00 AM - 6.00 PM
Saturdays                     10.00 AM - 3.00 PM
Sundays                        closed                      

Winter period (October, November, December, January, February, March)

Monday to Friday     10.00 h – 16.00 h
Saturdays                      10.00 h - 15.00 h
Sundays                         closed

 

 

Museum „Alija Izetbegović“

Address:                Kapi-kula Ploča, Kovači, 
                                  71000 Sarajevo, 
                                  BiH

Tel./fax:               +387 33 237 220

E-mail:                   info@muzejalijaizetbegovic.ba

Web:                       www.muzejalijaizetbegovic.ba

Contacts:             Adnan Žiško direktor Muzeja „Alija Izetbegović“
                                 Nervan Dizdar, kustos Muzeja „Alija Izetbegović“
                                 Adisa H. Ađulović, vodič u Muzeju „Alija Izetbegović“

 

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MUSEUM EXHIBITION

The permanent museum exhibition is located in the towers Kapi-kula Ploča and Širokac. In the Ploča tower, the life of Alija Izetbegović as statesman and politician is displayed on chronologically arranged exhibition boards, accompanied by text and photographs. In the Širokac tower, the exhibition is dedicated to Izetbegović's role as the Supreme Commander in the defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Serbian agression.

 

SCIENTIFIC AND RESEARCH CENTER

Established in the recent times, the Museum „Alija Izetbegović“ offers modern answers to questions from the past, but also sets the foundation for the future. Through its objective scientific approach, it encourages young people, intellectuals and researchers to approach modern history with expertise and knowledge. 

 

EDUCATION

The Museum educational programs are designed for elementary and secondary school students. They include professional tours of the permanent museum exhibition, interactive school workshops, pedagogical and educational publications, lectures, special programmes observing important historical dates, etc.