The Muslibegovics represent a noble lineage in Hercegovina, a where its members were governors for many centuries.  Members of this noble family establish themselves in Mostar at the end of the 17th century following the fall of  Herceg-Novi the to the Venetians in 1687.  At that time, the Muslibegovic is owned property all over Herzegovinia (the southern portion of today's Bosnia Hercegovina) and continue to exert substantial influence over social and political affairs in the region

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The original building permit for this House is still preserved along with many other precious books written in Turkish, Persian, and Arabic.

Here can be seen examples of Bosnian hand work, such as handkerchiefs, waistbands, napkins, purses, bed covers, socks, and hamam sets. Anatolian kilims are hung on the walls.

This is one of the rooms dating from the eighteenth century, fully furnished with a decorated ceiling, shelves, an oven, cupboards, a sofa, flooring, a lamp and a mirror etc.

Exhibited in this room are manuscripts, books and and letters from the Ottoman period, medals and medallions, examples of the writing of famous Ottoman calligraphers.