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blagaj

Blagaj

Tekke on the Buna in Blagaj is an important monument of the early Ottoman period in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a place where, by special ritual, the dervishes performed – and perform today – Zikr (praising God).
 
prokosko

Prokoško Lake

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.
 
Mostar

Mostar

Mostar is Herzegovina's main town, and it has wowed visitors for centuries. Join us in exploring Mostar's medieval core – the Old Town. You will have a chance to learn of Mostar's troubled and turbulent past and its ever-so-intriguing present.
 
Sarajevo

Sarajevo

Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and serves as its administrative, economic, university and cultural center. The largest area of town lies at the foot of Mt. Trebević and the Miljacka River flows through the city.
 
kravice

Kravica Waterfall

Kravica waterfall, often erroneously called Kravice, is a large tufa cascade on the Trebižat River, in the karstic heartland of Herzegovina in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is 10 kilometres (6 mi) south of Ljubuški and 40 kilometres (25 mi) south of Mostar.
 
vrelo bosne

Vrelo Bosne

The natural monument, Vrelo Bosne, is spread out over 603 hectares at the foot of Mount Igman in Ilidža, about 15 kilometers from the center of Sarajevo. As it is the source of the Bosna River, with lovely lakes full of fish and swans and small green islands.
 
zelengora

Zelengora

Geologically, the Zelengora range is part of the Dinaric Alps and formed largely of secondary and tertiary sedimentary rock, mostly limestone. The Zelengora range is bordered to the south-west by the Neretva river, to the east by the Sutjeska river and to the north by the Lelija range.
 
jajce

Jajce

Jajce was first built in the 14th century and served as the capital of the independent Kingdom of Bosnia during its time. The town has gates as fortifications, as well as a castle with walls which lead to the various gates around the town. About 10–20 kilometres from Jajce lies the Komotin Castle and town area which is older but smaller than Jajce. It is believed the town of Jajce was previously Komotin but was moved after the Black Death.