The Sebilj (Bosnian: sebilj - Turkish: sebil) is a kiosk-shaped public wooden and stone fountain. The Sebilj is a pseudo-Ottoman-style wooden fountain (Sebil) in the centre of Baščaršija square in Sarajevo built by Mehmed Pasha Kukavica in 1753. It was relocated by Austrian architect Alexander Wittek in 1891. It is also frequently called "the pigeon square". A multi-national collaborative public arts project created a life-size contemporary interpretation of the famous public fountain and landmark in Birmingham, utilising traditional Bosnian design and craft techniques and combined with modern digital technology. There is a replica of Sarajevo's Sebilj in Belgrade, Serbia, donated by the city of Sarajevo in 1989. There is a replica of Sarajevo's Sebilj in St. Louis, Missouri in the United States gifted by the Bosnian community to the city of St. Louis for its 250th birthday.