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Vjetrenica (Bosnia)

Vjetrenica (Bosnia)

jetrenica (pronounced [ʋjɛtrɛ̌nitsa], which means “wind cave” or “blowhole”) is the largest and most important cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and one of the most important caves in the Dinaric Alps mountain range, which is famous worldwide for its karstic and speleological riches. It is located in the Popovo field in Ravno, East Herzegovina in the Federation of 

Prokoško Lake (Bosnia)

Prokoško Lake (Bosnia)

Prokoško Lake is a lake of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the municipality of Fojnica and it is 1670m above sea level. The lake is visited by 20,000 tourists each year

Pliva Waterfall (Bosnia)

At 17 meters in height, the Pliva waterfall is one of the most notable features of Jajce. This natural monument is located in the very centre of the town and has been named one of twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world. It is also 

Sarajevo (Bosnia)

Sarajevo (Bosnia)

Sarajevo (Bosnian and Croatian: Sarajevo, Serbian: Сарајево) is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina with a population of 619,030, according to the 2007 censuses [4]. Sarajevo is also the legal capital of the Republika Srpska, which is the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina and 

Baščaršija (Bosnia)

Baščaršija (Bosnia)

Bascarsh (Bosnian: Baščaršija) The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the famous Ottoman bazaar, located in the center of Sarajevo and founded in the 16th century. It is still in use today and is the heart of Sarajevo. It was the main targets the Serbian 

Drina (Bosnia)

Drina (Bosnia)

Drina (Bosnian and Serbian: Дрина, Drina) is the name of the largest branch of the River Sava, 346 km long, in the Balkans. Features Drina River map with Tuna and Sava One came from the merger of Durmitor and the other Piva and Tara streams 

Neretva (Bosnia)

Neretva (Bosnia)

Neretva River, the river on which Mostar Bridge is located.

Stari Most (Bosnia)

Stari Most (Bosnia)

Mostar Bridge (Bosnian: Stari Most) is a bridge over the Neretva River that passes through Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Mostar. The original bridge was built in 1566 by Mimar Hayaddin, a student of Mimar Sinan [1], and was used for 427 years until its destruction by