The family house Gradascevic was built
in 1786 and today is a private museum. The town is
recognisable by the tower of Husein-kapetan Gradascevic that
was built in 1821. This large complex was damaged in the
last war but has been renovated in its original form.
The old part of town has a cultural centre, museum, gallery
and library, all named after him. Underneath the city gate
there is the Mosque of Husein which was built in 1826
and is characterised by its high and narrow minarets. In
this same period the Sahat clock tower (22m high) was built.
The town has in general very much preserved its oriental
Ilidza is a rehabilitative
centre for heart disease and rheumatism (phone: +
387 35 852 300; web:
This region is also characterised by its artificial
lakes, Hazna and Vidara. As in Tuzla, there are beaches
and organised water sports and fishing, as well as a
recreational field. The Hunting Centre of Gradacac
organises duck, rabbit, and pheasant hunts on 37,000
hectares of land. Every year in Gradacac there is an
international plum fair and a literature fair, both very
small and local, making it that much more enticing.