Traditional houses in Jajce
The Omer-Bey’s House is located within the complex of the medieval town of Jajce beside the gate to Travnik. It was built in the second half of 17th century and is one of the largest residential buildings in Jajce.
It is typical the of residential architecture in Jajce during the Ottoman period with the ground floor made of stone blocks and second floor made with many small windows and ornamental doors.
The construction of this stone fountain was ordered by Haji Serifa Merjem, which is inscribed above it. Built in 1845, it initially resided on the other side of the street about thirty feet from its present location where it was moved in 1948.
Krslak’s old house
Krslak’s old house is located within the city walls in Donja Mahala. The Krslak house was typical of houses in this neighbourhood. It has a spacious stone-paved courtyard surrounded by a high stone wall that is partially covered with shingles. You can pass through a gateway into the courtyard where a stone fountain and trough are located.
Krslak Kapetanovic’s house
Krslak Kapetanovic’s House is located in the north-western part of Jajce in a residential zone below the Jajce citadel. This residential building is an example of a traditional home in the 18th century. It is also one of the few buildings that survived the ravages of war in period 1992 - 1995, but as a result of neglect is now very damaged.