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Whoever came to Sarajevo, they certainly walked through Baščaršija, the historical and cultural center of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Baščaršija is one of the few places in Sarajevo where you can feel the spirit of the past, hear and see craftsmen who, with their own hands, in front of passersby, mint dishes, handle copper, metal, grind and bake coffee, make shoes and various souvenirs, where pigeons can be...
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The Una River is an eternal inspiration and an endless source of poets. She is an inspiration of painters and a passion of anglers and boaters who love her waterfalls and rapids. Una lives next to its Bihać and witnesses the turbulent history of this region. Because of all that she has to offer, it is no wonder that people call her “the Queen of Rivers“. Some think the name...
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Treskavica Mountain is located 30 kilometers from Sarajevo and offers unique opportunities for hiking, mountain biking and alpinism. With its height of 2,088 meters above sea level, it is the highest mountain in Sarajevo and only 300 meters lower than the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Maglić. The mountain lakes, as well as the stark contrasts between lush vegetation and complete nakedness, make Treskavica one of the most beautiful...
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One of the most famous tourist attractions of Travnik is certainly Plava Voda Spring. It is located in the settlement Šumeće, where it springs, flows along the stream Hendek into the river Lašva. During  the summer months, many travelers stop by for a short break and to enjoy the clear water, large ponds, accompanying greenery, drinks and coffee or well-known ćevapi. For inhabitants of the Vizier City, this is certainly one...
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