In this event David spends a morning exploring the charming medieval town of Pocitelj (Po?itelj) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town dates back to 1444, but the peak of its energy was through the Ottoman occupation. The Ottomans have been in southern Europe for over 400 decades!
Traces of the past may nevertheless be seen now, by the cobblestone streets they built. Pocitelj is located on the wine street to Neum, therefore it makes from either one. You may do to Pocitelj out of Dubrovnik.
Things to see in Pocitelj include strolling the cobblestone streets, along with exploring the ruins of the fortress and its walls, the more Sisman Ibrahim Pasa mosque , the clock tower. Also take some opportunity to admire the architecture of the homes, which combines frequent in classic structure that is Turkish, Mediterranean and Asian components. The views of the Neretva River below are stunning.
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