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List of tallest buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Avaz Twist Tower, the current holder of the title of the tallest building in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosmal City Center, the tallest residential skyscraper in Bosnia
United Investment and Trading Company

This list ranks Bosnia and Herzegovina's buildings that stand at least 200 feet (61 m)

Rank Name Location Height
feet / metres
Floors Year Notes
1 Avaz Twist Tower Sarajevo 466 / 142 38 2008 The tallest office building in Bosnia and Herzegovina and former Yugoslavia.
2 Bosmal City Centar Sarajevo 387 / 118 35 2007 Tallest residential building in Bosnia and Herzegovina and former Yugoslavia.
3 Mellain Center Tuzla 360 / 110 23 2014 Under construction, should be opened in summer of 2014.
4 Lamela Zenica 332 / 102 27 1976 Construction started in 1971 and finished by the end of 1976. Has 232 apartments.
5 United Investment and Trading Company Sarajevo 300 / 90 25 1981
6 Greece – Bosnia and Herzegovina Friendship Building Sarajevo 300 / 90 21 1982 reconstruction in 2005 - 2007
7 Republika Srpska Government Tower Banja Luka 230 / 70 17 2007
8 Kumrovec/Otoka Business Center Sarajevo 216 / 66 16 2010
9 Hotel Bristol Sarajevo 216 / 66 16 2010
10 Integral Building Banja Luka 216 / 66 2010


Main Source:

  • Emporis
  • Sarajevo Construction
  • SkyscraperCity

Tallest under construction

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