Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is the land of friendly people and the best coffee.
The country is mostly mountainous with breathtaking scenery and well preserved nature. Its most interesting landmarks are the blue rivers, canyons, waterfalls, and bridges.
The roughly triangular-shaped Bosnia and Herzegovina is bordered on the north, west, and south by Croatia, on the east by Serbia, on the southeast by Montenegro, and on the southwest by the Adriatic Sea along a narrow extension of the country.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has a largely mountainous terrain. The Dinaric Alps dominate the western border with Croatia, and numerous ranges, including the Kozara, Vlašic, Plješevica, Grmeč, Cincar, and Raduša.
The principal rivers are the Sava, a tributary of the Danube that forms the northern boundary with Croatia; the Bosna, Vrbas, and Una, which flow north and empty into the Sava; the Drina, which flows north, forms part of the eastern boundary with Serbia, and is also a tributary of the Sava; and the Neretva, which flows from the southeast but assumes a sharp southwestern flow through the Karst region, continues through Croatia, and empties into the Adriatic Sea.
About two-fifths of the country is forested with pine, beech, and oak.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to members of numerous ethnic groups. The three largest are the Bosniaks, the Serbs, and the Croats.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has reserves of iron ore around Banja Luka and in the Kozara Mountains, bauxite near Mostar, and lignite and bituminous coal in the regions around Sarajevo, Zenica, Tuzla, and the Kozara Mountains.
The capital is Sarajevo.
Sarajevo is a beautiful and interesting place, marvel at its history of being the “Jerusalem of Europe”, talk about how the people are welcoming and what gracious hosts they are.
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Sports & natureBosnia and Herzegovina is a land of beauty. It has some of the most breathtaking natural sights in the world. From emerald green rivers to fascinating Ottoman architecture, this Balkan country has it all and should be one of the places to visit at least once in your lifetime. Pliva waterfall, Kravice waterfall, River Una, Buna springs, Trebišnjica river, Drina river, Bjelašnica mountain, Jahorina mountain, Janjske Otoke, Kupres...
Nightlife infoIn Bosnia, you have a great nightlife.
Culture and history infoSarajevo is the European Jerusalem. During Ottoman rule, Sarajevo was heralded as the “European Jerusalem”, as its invaluable contributions to civil engineering, industry, trade and architecture attracted people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds. Aesthetic beauty alongside scientific ingenuity made, and indeed makes, Sarajevo a hub for civilization. Known for its diverse ethnic and religious makeup, Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a captivating history, scenic landscapes, adventure and a rich culinary tradition. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a rich history of contributions in science, technology, economy, arts, architecture and civilization.
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