Historical Heritage

The Sutjeska National Park

The Sutjeska National Park – The Sutjeska National Park (pronounced ) is a national park located in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Republika Srpska entity. Established in 1962, it is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s oldest national park. It includes the highest peak of Maglić at over 2,386 metres (7,828 ft), on the border […]

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Sarajevo City

Sarajevo City the intersection of different Cultures and Religion , a meeting of East and West. Known for the old town from the Ottoman period Baščaršija within 500 m meets all four monotheistic religions and their buildings. There are many national monuments from different periods of history that is worth […]

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Franciscan monastery in Fojnica

Franciscan monastery in Fojnica – Franciscan monastery of the Holy Spirit is a Bosnian Franciscan monastery in Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was founded in 1668 and it includes a library of ca. 12,500 volumes, including 13 incunabula and 156 works written in Bosnian Cyrillic. It is a designated National […]

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Vranduk Fortress

Vranduk Fortress – Tvrđava Vranduk, For six centuries known as the hardest part of Bosnia, the gate of Bosnia, Vranduk represents one of many medieval Bosnian towns with intensive political, economic and cultural life. Vranduk is composed of a citadel with the main tower and protective wall, surrounding the interior […]

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Bijambare (caves) protected landscape

Bijambare (caves) protected landscape – Bijambare tract, encompassing 370 ha, is recently proclaimed by law as protected area of the fifth grade ‘’protected landscape’’. It is traditionally highly valued because of its natural beauty and richness. At altitude averaging 950 m a.s.l. thick old evergreen forest with various pine trees […]

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Obelisk Kralja Tvrtko I kotromanić – Olovo

Obelisk Kralja Tvrtko I kotromanić – Obelisk of King Tvrtko I kotromanić , which comes from XIV century, which is over 4 meters high. According to legend, was built after the wounding of King during the hunting time. Pyramids, tunnel, stone balls, obelisk, constitute an energy hub that recently visited […]

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Stone Spheres Grab – Zavidovići

Stone Spheres Grab – Zavidovići In the settlement Grab near Zavidovici has been discovered another location with the greatest number of stone spheres ever found in Bosnia and Herzegovina. On that location were found tens of stone spheres that were moved by clueless villagers to other locations. Today, there are […]

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Visoko

City Visoko is far from Sarajevo, some 30 kilometers, with many remains of archaeological and National Monuments.Archaeological site of the Old Town High (Visoki) at 770 m above sea level, the site remains of a medieval church Mile (Arnautovic) 1377 yr. where was crowned king Tvrtko I Kotromanic.From 2005 is […]

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Dubrovnik

Croatia Dubrovnik – Hrvatska Dubrovnik, when you are already in Bosnia and Herzegovina, why not take the opportunity to visit the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea the city Dubrovnik… Also you can exploit the possibility after the visit for a midday swim in the beautiful Adriatic Sea… According to CNNGo, […]

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