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Tourism in Bosnia
Due to the tense political situation in the country, the tourism sector in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina has not enjoyed much development in recent times. Despite this, Bosnia continues to visit a large number of tourists from all over the world every year. Statistics in 2003 indicate that about 165,000 people visited Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the contribution of the tourism sector to the gross domestic product amounted to $ 258 million per year. same.
The most important tourist attractions in Bosnia
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina abounds with many landmarks, magnificent and attractive tourist attractions, and the following are mentioned for the most important of them:
Ghazi Khusrow Bey Mosque
The Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque is located in the old town of Sarajevo, which is an archaeological and historical mosque, the largest of its kind in Bosnia. Built in 1532 AD, it is distinguished for its architectural design in the style of Ottoman architecture, where visitors and tourists can tour the mosque’s facilities and see its magnificent landmarks.
The Latin Bridge is considered one of the most prominent landmarks of the city of Sarajevo, and was built by the Ottomans during the sixteenth century AD, and thus is considered one of the oldest Ottoman bridges in the city. It should be noted that it is the bridge that Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated.
The old bridge
The old bridge is located in the Bosnian city of Mostar, which is an ancient historical archaeological bridge whose arch was first built during the period (1557-1566), and during the twenty-first century underwent a process of rebuilding after being destroyed.
The Kravica waterfall is considered one of the most beautiful natural places in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and this waterfall was formed by the running water of the River Trebes from a high slope, to pour its water into a wonderful pool, and thus all form a picturesque landscape.