Gazi Husrev-Bey (Kuršumli) Madrassa
Built in 1537, like all Moslem secondary schools of the Ottoman period, it has an interior court yard, with a water fountain and arched doorway, from which one enters the rooms for students and the dome-covered lecture room (dershana).

The high chimneys extending from the fireplaces of the student’s room, end in points on the lead-covered roof (whence the name “kuršumli” – menaning “leaden”).