Turkey's Directorate of Foundations, which oversees restoration work, is set to restore and rebuilding an Ottoman-era mosque and madrasah in Cajnice and Gradiska in Bosnia-Herzegovina. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina last week saw the signing of an agreement between officials from Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina for Turkey to fund the restoration of the two historical structures. Sinanbeg Mosque in Cajnice and Dervis Hanume madrasah in Bosanska Gradiska are the two historical buildings that will be restored. Restoration will begin in August with Sinanbeg Mosque built by the eponymous Ottoman administrator of Bosnia in 1570. The mosque and adjacent cemetery were demolished during the 1992 war with only the cemetery wall remaining intact. The mosque will be rebuilt based on its original plans. The second project will restore the Dervis Hanume madrasah, which was built in 1748 by Hanuma Smailagic, a female dignitary in Bosanska Gradiska. The madrasah was heavily damaged in the 1860s and was restored with the purpose of being used as a residence in the 20th century. However, it currently lies in ruins. Turkey has undertaken numerous restoration projects in Bosnia-Herzegovina, which enjoys strong ties with the country due to a shared history from the Ottoman era.
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