On the left bank of the Miljacka River, by the bridge, is the famous Inat kuŠa (the Spite house) and her story of the unusual 'relocation' from one bank of the river to the other.

At the same time it is a story of human nature and typical grumpiness common for Sarajevans.

After the Austro-Hungarians occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina, they have began to build various buildings (the Post Office, museums, the Faculty of Law and houses), but when they tried to build the City Hall they experienced Bosnian stubbornness...

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