The Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Sarajevo is the oldest institution of higher education for humanities and social sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The building itself, designed by famous architect Juraj Neidhardt, is situated in the part of the city centre that perfectly captures the meeting of modern architecture and the Austro-Hungarian legacy in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Faculty of Philosophy encourages ground-breaking research and a vibrant culture of international collaboration with the aim of promoting humanities.
The History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina aims to collect, preserve, explore, present, and promote the cultural and historical heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
From its founding in 1945 until 1993, the Museum remained thematically focused on the history of antifascism during World War II and the cultivation of socialist state values.
The name of the Museum, once Museum of the Revolution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has changed several times, but it has always been recognizable.
After being renamed the History Museum in 1993, the thematic structure of the Museum has also changed.
Now the aim is to study the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Middle Ages to present times.
The museum develops different programs and activities in order to help visitors talk about the past, present, and future through the museum collections.