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Daorson

Daorson (Ancient Greek Δαορσών) was the capital of a Hellenised Illyrian tribe called the Daorsi (Ancient Greek Δαόριζοι, Δαούρσιοι; Latin Daorsei). The Daorsi lived in the valley of the Neretva River between 300 BC and 50 BC. Daorson was built around a central fort or acropolis, surrounded by cyclopean walls […]

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Old Mosque

Old Mosque – Stara Džamija, Allow me to visit the Mosque together. Dear if you are interested in culture of Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina, lifestyle, learning the Koran, all this told from the Imam of the beautiful little Mosque – which is also a national Heritage Monument under the […]

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Energy

As I grew up and studied in my work, I had a desire to increase my knowledge for something else, and the desire came true at the last years of my Job. In recent years the desire was realized thanks to guiding groups they are dealing with Esoteric and groups […]

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Necropolis Radimlja

Necropolis Radimlja –  is most famous site of tombstones, medieval tombstones in Herzegovina. Necropolis is one of the most valuable monuments of the medieval period in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Stećak plural: Stećci is the name for monumental medieval tombstones that lie scattered across Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the border parts […]

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Rafting on the river Tara

Rafting on the river Tara Tara River emerges from the river and Opasanica Veruša Komovi under a mountain in northern Montenegro. Its length is 140.5 km, with an average fall of 4.5 m / km and a catchment area 1853 km ². During the last 40 km of flow and […]

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