Stara džamija u džematu Hambarine Stara džamija u Hambarinama
Bosanska Krajina/Western Bosnia
Additional Construction Details
18th c. (rest 1936)
The Old Mosque in Hambarine is a burned out ruin, its roof and minaret gone, its interior gutted and open to the sky. Charred timbers and scorch marks on walls signal destruction by fire. The perimeter walls remain standing up to the roofline. The plastered walls of the entrance portico of the mosque are scorched near the door and windows and pitted with scattered bullet holes.
Source (Damage Description)
Site visit by author (07/2002) and information and photos from the Medžlis of the Islamic Community of Prijedor and other sources.
The Old Mosque in Hambarine, an old stone mosque with a traditional wooden minaret, built in the days of Ottoman rule, was burned down on 22-23 May 1992, according to information in the records of the Medžlis of the Islamic Community of Prijedor.
Source (Informant Statement)
Ahmet-efendija Rahmanović, head imam of Prijedor (07/2002), interviewed by András Riedlmayer.