A village in central Bosnia is taking visitors on a journey back in time with antique stuffs from different periods. Mackovac Etno Village in the town of Banovici houses many old objects from the Ottoman period to the World War II, shedding light on the culture and history of the country with shops, where old crafts are kept. At the entrance of the village, there is a working water mill and a signboard which reads 'stress and sadness is forbidden' in this territory. Amel Ahmetovic, one of the inhabitants and craftsmen in the village, told Anadolu Agency that the ethnic village attracts a huge number of foreign tourists. 'The ethnic village was founded eight years ago. We have more than 30,000 ancient objects to see and examine by visitors. We have an iron master in the village and a functioning mill,' said Ahmetovic. One of the special features of the village is the 'House of the Bey' which was built in 1966. In this house, many objects such as copper ewer, teapot, coffee grinder and knitting stitch belonging to Ottoman culture and traditions are exhibited One of the most important collections in the village is Fikret Ibrisimovic's watch collection.