★★★★★ I'd say this is the most beautiful mosque in the area. Also, for some reason they don't seem to have a noise problem. You can actually hear the khutbah in the women's section (shocker, right?). I haven't had many encounters with the people there, but they seem nice. Tbh, I'm not sure what they think of non-Bosnians going there. That brings me to the only down side. I'm not Bosnian, so I don't always feel comfortable going there.
FYIs: Jummah times can usually be found on their Facebook page. The khutbah is first given in Bosnian, and then repeated in English. During Ramadan, Taraweeh prayers are 20 short rakahs in groups of 4. The congregation gives salams with the imam at the end of the prayer instead of after they finished. This is the only mosque I've been to that does this. I'm sure it's an acceptable variation from their madhab, but I just wanted to point that out because it confused me the first time. Allahu alam. Posted on June 20, 2017