Rizvanbegović housing complex
Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Begovina is a complex of residences and other buildings constructed in the mid-19th century for the Bey (provincial governor) of the region during the late Ottoman period. The Begovina is attributed to Ali Pasha Rizvanbegović who served as the Bey (Beg) during this time.
Source: Harrington, J. Brooke, and Judith Bing. "BVA." Balkan Vernacular Architecture : Stolac. Accessed May 21, 2015. http://balkanarchitecture.org/bosnia/stolac1.php.
Location
Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Events
ca. 1840/1256 AH
early 1990s renovation
Style Periods
1299-1922
Variant Names
Rizvanbegović housing complex
Building Usages
private residence
residential
Materials/Techniques
stone
wood
Keywords
vernacular architecture
houses
housing