Bosniak Institute

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Bosniak Institute
The Bosniak institute located in Sarajevo.jpg
Established 2001
Location Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Coordinates 43°51′36″N 18°25′32″E / 43.8601°N 18.4256°E / 43.8601; 18.4256
Director Amina Rizvanbegovic Djuvic

The Bosniak Institute (Bosnian: Bošnjački institut) is a cultural center in Sarajevo focusing on Bosniak culture. It was established by former Bosnian Vice President Adil Zulfikarpašić. The institute is housed in a renovated sixteenth century Turkish bath and includes a library and an art center.[1][2]

The Bosniak Institute, established by one of the most prominent Bosniak intellectuals of the 20th-century, Adil Zulfikarpašić, is an odyssey of huge collections of works of art that summarizes a wide spectrum of the Bosniak history and culture.


  1. ^ Donia, Robert J. "Archives and Cultural Memory under Fire: Destruction and the Post-war Nationalist Transformation". University of Michigan. Retrieved 10 May 2010.  Archives and Cultural Memory under Fire : Destruction and the Post-war Nationalist Transformation]
  2. ^ Blouin, Francis X.; William G., William G. (2007). Archives, Documentation, and Institutions of Social Memory: Essays from the Sawyer Seminar. University of Michigan Press. p. 399. ISBN 0-472-03270-4. 

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