Alipašino polje

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Alipašino Polje
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Coordinates: 43°50′34.71″N 18°20′53.28″E / 43.8429750°N 18.3481333°E / 43.8429750; 18.3481333Coordinates: 43°50′34.71″N 18°20′53.28″E / 43.8429750°N 18.3481333°E / 43.8429750; 18.3481333
Country  Bosnia
Entity Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Alipašino Polje ("Ali Pasha's Field") is a neighbourhood in Sarajevo located in the municipality of Novi Grad.

It consists of three sub-neighborhoods: Faza A, Faza B, and Faza C, which include six local communities. They were named after the order in which they were built. The construction of Alipašino Polje was conducted between 1974 and 1979 in accordance with the 1964 general plan of development of Sarajevo. The lowest buildings have 4 floors and the highest ones have 18 floors. During the Bosnian War many facades and apartments of the buildings in Alipašino Polje were damaged. The neighborhood has an estimated population of 60.000, which makes it one of the most populated neighborhoods in Sarajevo.