Travnik, 1866

Travnik (BIH), Haji Ali-bey Mosque, probably 1866

(44° 13′ 34″ N,  17° 39′ 36″ E)

Travnik IFig. 1. The Haji Ali-bey Mosque, the southwest view (the sundial is on the right side of the wall)

Travnik IIFig. 2. The sundial in 2008, and the same sundial in 2015: it is disappearing

Figure 3. The sundial after the restoration carried out in 2018 at the National Museum in Sarajevo (photo: Željko Kocaj, 2021).

Figure 4. Summer Solstice 2022, local apparent solar noon.

References

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