The City Hall in Brcko is one of the most important buildings of pseudo-architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its construction began on the year 1890 and was completed by 1892. Its construction lasted a total of 14 months and eighteen days.
The special value of the building is its facade. In the central axis of the ground, the floor is the main portal with an arch bordered by a pair of columns and two pairs of semi-pillars. The fact that in the town of Brcko created such a representative town hall before Sarajevo speaks in favor of the strategic, political and commercial importance of Brcko during the Austro–Hungarian Empire monarchy.
Originally, a municipal house, then a post office, Sava’s office and the public library. The building went through a lot of changes before finally upgrading to City Hall.
In 2004, it became one of the National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina due to its architectural heritage and its stylish characteristics.