Bosnian Chardaklia House: The Dzider Familyʹs House in The Crnoc Village near Kakanj

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Ahmet Hadrovic

Abstract

The Dzider familyʹs house in the Crnoc village near Kakanj is located on the flat terrain of a steep slope with southwestern insolation (Figure 1). It is one of a large number of relatively preserved bosnian chardaklia houses in the area of Kakanj, in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina where the most developed types of Bosnian chardaklia house were built (Figure 2).


The house was built during the reign of the Ottoman Empire (before the 19th century), but to date it has undergone a number of reconstructions and renovations[1]. It belongs to the type of two-tracts bosnian chardaklija house. One of the most valuable features of this house (except for its age) is the fact that it was erected on a living water source, which is still in the basement of the house today.

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Hadrovic, A. (2021). Bosnian Chardaklia House: The Dzider Familyʹs House in The Crnoc Village near Kakanj. South East European Journal of Architecture and Design, 2021, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.3889/10.3889/seejad.2021.10051
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