The Resulbegovića kuća complex was constructed in the first quarter of
the 18th century for the bey (Ottoman governor) of the district.
Trebinje is located near the Adriatic coast, and its architecture
incorporates the masonry of the coast with wooden posts and beams,
flooring, and decorated ceilings and cabinetry. The building complex
included a family residence, guest konak, and courtyard. These were
almost totally destroyed during the Bosnian war in the 1990s, and the
site was leveled soon after the war.