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Known as Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is a country located in southeastern Europe, and it is one of the countries in the Balkan Peninsula, bordered on the northern, western and southern sides by Croatia, on the eastern side by Serbia, and on the southeastern side by Montenegro.
Human settlements were established in this country during the Neolithic period, and its coordinates are limited to the equator between latitudes 42 ° and 46 ° to the north, and between longitudes 15 ° and 20 ° to the east, and the total area of the country reaches 51,197 square kilometers.
Traveling to Bosnia
Travel cases to Bosnia are limited to two purposes; the first is work in various sectors, and the second is tourism, which is experiencing rapid growth, and is one of the important parts on which the country’s economy depends. The number of tourists in this country reaches nine hundred thousand visitors, and the capital, Sarajevo, ranks tenth on the cities of the European continent in terms of visits, and among its most famous features:
Sotiska National Park
The establishment of this park dates back to 1962 AD, to be one of the oldest parks in the country, and it contains the summit of Mount Maglich, which reaches a height of 2386 meters, and is located along 17,500 hectares, and overlooks the Peva River and the Drina River, and the most important characteristic of it is that 66% of Its total area is dense forest of pine and beech trees, and it is full of many animals such as bears, pigs, wolves, wild cats, foxes, and wild goats.
It is a city located on the Una River in the northwestern part of the country, and it is one of the most important tourist destinations due to its natural beauty, and the history of the city dates back to the eighth century BC, and it is inhabited by many ancient civilizations such as Romens, Indians, Europeans, and Ottomans.
Party memorial cemetery
The cemetery is located in the city of Mostar, and its construction dates back to 1965 in honor of the supporters of the Yugoslavian Mostar, after they were killed in the Second World War in Yugoslavia. .
It is a village located in the municipality of Kabelkhina, specifically within the canton of Neretva, and the village contains many ancient sites built during the period of the sixteenth century until the eighteenth century, and most of these sites belong to the Ottoman Empire.
Balajaj is a national monument with Ottoman architectural elements with a Mediterranean style.
It is one of the popular sites since 1981 AD, because it is considered a destination for the Christian pilgrimage, as it is believed that the Virgin Mary came to the region, and a committee was formed to carry out reforms in the region for the purposes of tourism.