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Ripac near Bihac: Little Paradise in BH Krajina

November 14, 2017 12:30 PM
Ripac near Bihac: Little Paradise in BH Krajina

There are only a few settlements that can boast with so rich culture and history as the settlement Ripac near Bihac in BH Krajina. From Japods and Slavens to Croatian nobles, Ottomans, and Austro-Hungarians, this region has always been adorned with the beauty of Una River and a special natural […]

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Necropolis of Stecak Tombstones from Kakanj soon to be recorded and arranged

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Necropolis of Stecak Tombstones from Kakanj soon to be recorded and arranged

The expert team of PI Cultural and Sports Center of Kakanj, together with the students of elementary schools and history teachers from Kakanj, is working on recording stecak tombstones that are located in their municipality and which, according to some estimates, are placed in more than 70 necropolises. “We have […]

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Carefully preserved Walls of the Unconquerable Royal Town of Jajce

November 4, 2017 8:45 AM
Carefully preserved Walls of the Unconquerable Royal Town of Jajce

The walls of the medieval town of Jajce were carefully preserved in this small town, which is also known as “Bosnian Venice”. It was the only fortress-urban settlement with all the features of an urban center back in the 15th century, and even today it is the most impressive and […]

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Bilecko Lake: The Remains of a Village that sunk Half a Century ago reappeared

October 9, 2017 10:45 AM
Bilecko Lake: The Remains of a Village that sunk Half a Century ago reappeared

Only a few people can remember less water in Bilecko Lake. The water is retreating every day, and on its surface are memories of the villages that were flooded exactly half a century ago. Houses, stables, and gardens from the former Zavodje village have become a real attraction these days. […]

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Interesting Story: Meet the only Carder in Banja Luka

October 2, 2017 1:00 PM
Interesting Story: Meet the only Carder in Banja Luka

Coppersmiths and silversmiths are today part of history. Old crafts die out. However, a man from Banja Luka has been continuing the family tradition of pulling out wool for thirty years. After sheep’s wool or comb wraps are washed and dried, they are ready for further processing. Traditionally, women use […]

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Near the first BiH Printing House, there was a Monastery from the Middle Ages

September 28, 2017 5:30 PM
Near the first BiH Printing House, there was a Monastery from the Middle Ages

Archaeological excavation has been completed, which in the past month at the site Sopotnica near Gorazde was carried out by the Institute for Cultural and Historical Heritage of Republika Srpska and the Museum of Herzegovina from Trebinje. At the initiative of the Municipality of Novo Gorazde, archaeologists were searching for […]

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Meet the Monks of a BiH Monastery from the 16th Century

September 25, 2017 4:15 PM
Meet the Monks of a BiH Monastery from the 16th Century

The monastery in Zitomislici is one of the oldest monasteries in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). It was built in the 16th century, it was burned down in World War II and in the past has been destroyed, after which it was restored and is now one of the most successful […]

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Have you visited One of the earliest built Mosques in BiH?

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Have you visited One of the earliest built Mosques in BiH?

The village of Kotezi on the heights of Popovo field is hiding remains of perhaps one of the oldest mosques in BiH among its walls. Muje Kotezlije mosque from the 15th century is a national monument of our country. During the Ottoman rule, besides the mosque and a mekteb (Islamic […]

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Open-air Museum in Milima near Visoko, where Bosnian Kings were crowned

September 12, 2017 2:15 PM
Open-air Museum in Milima near Visoko, where Bosnian Kings were crowned

An open-air museum, which would speak about medieval Bosnia, may be located at the site of the crowning and burial of the Bosnian kings in Milimi, near Visoko. The rich history of medieval Bosnia is insufficiently presented to the public, despite the fact that it was the period of the […]

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Traces of Life 8,000 Years old found near Ljubuski City

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Traces of Life 8,000 Years old found near Ljubuski City

An archeological founding is located in the village Radalj not far from Ljubuski. It’s a prehistoric cave, where traces of prehistoric settlements in the period of the early Neolithic and late Antic periods, around 6,000 B.C.E., discovered. A major fan of archeology Vinko Herceg, in the cave Ljut, where archeological […]

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