Osmanlijski trgovački centri
Brusa bezistan was made on 1551 and it got its name by Turkish town Bursa. It represents a part of Museum of Sarajevo.
Brusa bezistan has 6 domes and it is one of the most interesting buildings in Baščaršija. it has rectangular shape and has four entrances from four different sides of the world and it connects handcraft streets Kundurdžiluk, Veliki i Mali Čurčiluk and Baščaršija. It was built by the order of great vezire Rustem- pasha Hrvat on 1551. Bezistan has it's name after Turkish town Bursa from where they used to sell silk in Bezistan. In Brusa bezistan they used to sell items for homes and smaller furniture apart from the silk and in Gazi Husrev be'y bezistan they used to sell food originally. Today it is a part of the museum.
15.04.-15.10. from 10 to 18, Saturdays 10-15
15.10.-15.04. from 10 to 16, Saturdays 10-15
Sundays - closed