St. Anthony's Church Tower, Bihać
The attached Catholic church was briefly one of Bosnia's biggest but only for three years- that was hit by WWII allied bombing during 1944 and destroyed. The structure looks sturdy but is closed by metal-slat gates fastened with a rusty bolt and guarded by a (less than aggressive) dog.
The architectural ensemble of the parish church of St. Anthony of Padua with the tomb of the Bihać nobility (tomb of the Croatian aristocracy) in Bihać is hereby designated as a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The National Monument consists of the church tower with the frontispiece and remains of the side walls and the tomb of the Bihać nobility (tomb of the Croatian aristocracy).