City of Livno
The home of Bosnia and Herzegovina's feral horses and the kingdom of their freedom
Traditional Crafts And Handcrafts
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Total number of available accommodations facilities: 2 Total number of beds available: 12
Please note that all listed hosting facilities are located in the city center (15min drive from the village).
Lighting candles for St. Iru (June 23rd)
The most important recreational activity in Stupe
- Beglučka (Lala-pašina, Mustafa-pašina, Beglek) mosque, building complex, in Livno
- Church (Ledenica) with moving finds in Potočani, archaeological area, in Livno
- Džumanuša (Sinan Čauševa or Džemanuša) mosque with harem, site and remains of the architectural complex, in Livno
- Čurčinica mosque with harem, site and remains of the architectural complex, in Livno
- Franciscan monastery Gorica, architectural complex, in Livno – (web page: http://www.fmgg-livno.com/)
- The Franciscan Museum and Gallery of Gorica Livno (FMGG) is a cultural institution that has been collecting, preserving and taking care of the rich cultural heritage of Livno and the wider area of Herceg-Bosnia County in Bosnia and Herzegovina for decades.
- Museum Keepers of Antiquities; Address: Mejtefska bb, Livno; Mobile: +387 63 482 118; (The museum is full of old tools, clothes, shoes, decorations, dishes, photographs, old money, books, etc).
- Cemetery of St. Ive, archaeological area, in Livno
- Podvornice, archaeological area, in Lištani
- Milošnik (Bušatlijina or Milosnik) mosque with harem, architectural complex, in Livno
- Bridge on Duman, historical building, in Livno
- Necropolis with tombstones Mramorje, historical area, in Grborezi
- Pirijina (Smailagića) tower, historical building, in Livno
- Prehistoric “Great Fort”, archaeological area, in Vidoši
- Rapovine, archaeological area, in Rapovine
- Rešetarica with the remains of an early Christian basilica, two necropolises and movable heritage, archaeological area
- Serbian Orthodox Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, together with movable property, historical building, in Livno
- Old town in Livno (Bistrica grad), historical area, in Livno
- Vašarovine, archaeological area, in Priluka
- Veliki and Mali Han, prehistoric tumulus and necropolis with tombstones, historical area, in Lištani
- Zavra mosque, architectural complex, in Livno
- Parish Church of the Immaculate Conception in Vidoši, historical building, in Vidoši
– Our culture boasts a significant oral literary heritage that has been meticulously documented and published in various professional publications, in accordance with industry standards. According to Stipo Manđeralo’s book “S Vidoške gradine,” it was observed that Tade Popović from the village of Stupe was the first to establish an open-air dance venue known as “balarica.” The term “balun” (derived from “balloon”) is commonly linked to a dance gathering or ball that emerged in the early 1900s. Marko Dragić documented the oral literature of Croats in BiH across multiple volumes, including the transmission of stories from the residents of Stupe village.
– This film showcases the tradition of preparing milk-based delicacy “jamuža” on a stone, as practiced in the village of Stupe. The documentary features the Popović family members as they demonstrate the process. The motion picture was filmed in the year 1931. This constitutes a segment of the Republic of Croatia’s national ethnographic collection, encompassing the initial film recordings.
– The customs and folklore documented by the residents of Stupe village have been published in the scholarly, scientific, and doctoral dissertation of Dr. sc. Sanela Popović. There is a tradition regarding the whereabouts of Stupe, specifically the Wedding Party Cemetery situated at the entrance of the village. According to the narrative, the cemetery is the final resting place of both the wedding guests and the attackers of the wedding guests, who were buried on opposite sides of the road.