Bužim Castle was built during the 12th century, and is located at 325 metres above sea level. It was the second-biggest medieval castle in Cazinska krajina, after Bihać. The castle is an example of renaissance architecture, and served as both a military hill fort and a residence for the nobility. Bužim Castle and a nearby old mosque are protected as national monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Bužim, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Kenan Palic (2 years ago)
Once the home to a Croatian Noble Family to a great Monument of History of Krajina! It has amazing views and History is very much preserved here, as the Old Mosque, Renovated Tower, and even the underground passages. Sadly, parts of the lower and upper fort are covered in graffiti, Nonkept Grass, and trash. I will appreciate if the municipality keeps an eye for this great Symbol of not only Buzim but the entire Region of Bosanska Krajina. Would visit if passing by!
Emir Kadusic (2 years ago)
Dominant position over Bužim. Very old, but pourly maintained. Recommend to visit.
Haris Cehic (2 years ago)
The view from up there is beautiful but the castle itself is not secured and on windy days dangerous.
Sanid Džanan (2 years ago)
Beautiful historical place and nice view!
Narcis Dizdarevic (3 years ago)
Oldest Mosque at Bosnia and Old Town
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