Mak House is a cultural centre devoted to the life, work and
spirit of the great Bosnian-Herzegovinian poet Mak Dizdar.
The nucleus of the Mak House is a memorial room containing
an exhibition of Mak’s original manuscripts, annotated
books, documents, photographs and Mak’s portraits by the
authors Mario Mikulić, Mirza Ibrahimpašić and Magdalena
Nuneska. The memorial room also holds different editions of
Mak’s works, translations of his poetry into numerous
languages, essays and reflections on his work… Finally,
there is a library dedicated to different aspects od
Bosnian-Herzegovinian history, art, culture and identity.
Museum of stećak art
In accordance with Mak’s understanding of the
significance of the stećak, a decision was made to create a
home for artists who are inspired by the stećak and the
Bosnian Middle Ages in general precisely here, in Stolac,
the town in whose surroundings are located the most
significant stećak sites, in the house that is dedicated to
Besides the permanent exhibition, the house has served and
will serve as a venue for art exhibitions, concerts, poetry
evenings, book promotions and different formal and informal
meetings of writers, artists, scholars and travelers.
The Mak House is located in the Solac neigbourhood
Uzinovići, besides the road Stolac-Trebinje, approximately
300 m south of the central Stolac crossroads. Visits are
possible only with prior announcement on the mail address
phone number 00 387 61 203 818.
The ticket price is 5 KM, or 3 KM for students. We offer
special arrangements for larger groups and school trips.