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Interesting Story: a Tombstone of so far unrecorded Shape found in BiH

October 3, 2018 1:00 PM
Interesting Story: a Tombstone of so far unrecorded Shape found in BiH

In late 2014, a tombstone of so far unrecorded shape at the territory of BiH was found in the park At Mejdan in Sarajevo. The unordinary tombstone has intrigued archaeologists and Orientologists, thus a four-member team of expert was formed with the aim of revealing its origin. Two years have […]

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In 16th Century, Bihac was built on an Artificial Island surrounded by Walls

October 2, 2018 1:00 PM
In 16th Century, Bihac was built on an Artificial Island surrounded by Walls

Besides Sarajevo and Jajce, no other Bosnian town is as historically interesting as Bihac. In the town center are numerous cultural and historical monuments that are bear witnesses to its rich history, interwoven with different cultures, customs, and religions. There is not enough data on how Bihac looked in the […]

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What Skender Kulenovic wrote about River Una?

June 9, 2018 4:00 PM
What Skender Kulenovic wrote about River Una?

Bosanska Otoka, a place in the Bosnian Krajina, in one aspect is different from all other places in Europe; it is the only one that can boast of having a mosque on a riverside. The first mosque at this location on the Una River was built in 1565. It was […]

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Orthodox, Catholics and Muslims built a Mosque near Travnik together

June 4, 2018 11:00 AM
Orthodox, Catholics and Muslims built a Mosque near Travnik together

The mosque in the village of Dub near Travnik was officially opened three years ago before more than 10,000 visitors. What is specific with this mosque is that Muslims, Catholics, and Orthodox took part in its construction, and younger generations are thought respect, love and moral values in this mosque […]

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The Symbol of the Coexistence: The Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque

June 3, 2018 5:00 PM
The Symbol of the Coexistence: The Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque

Dragan Glavas, a tourist guide in the PE “Agency for cultural, historical and natural heritage and the development of tourist potentials of Jajce“, said that in November 1461, in this church, the last Bosnian King Stjepan Tomasevic has been crowned. From the middle of 19th century, the object is not […]

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Bihac offers delightful Summer Mornings and Beauty of River Una

April 19, 2018 6:30 PM
Bihac offers delightful Summer Mornings and Beauty of River Una

In central Bihać, a closely clumped church tower, turbe and 16th-century stone tower look very photogenic viewed through the trees across gushing rapids. And sitting at one of the riverside cafe-restaurant-cafes is delightful on a summer morning. But that’s about all there is to detain you here apart from nearby […]

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Young People from Visegrad visited Religious Buildings and sent strong Messages

March 14, 2018 10:15 AM
Young People from Visegrad visited Religious Buildings and sent strong Messages

Young people from Visegrad and its surroundings had an opportunity to visit the Emperor’s Mosque and the Temple of St. Tsar Lazarus, as well as the building where the synagogue was placed in the period from 1905 to 1945, within the “Open Doors Day” that was held as part of […]

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Religious Tourism in BiH: A great Potential that is not sufficiently used

February 6, 2018 12:30 PM
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BiH is the meeting point of different peoples and religions, which largely contributed to the fact that, according to religious and cultural heritage, it is one of the richest countries in the entire Europe. Three large religious communities in BiH have important sanctuaries that are visited by tourists coming from […]

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Lighting both Mosque Lights and Church Candles, just to stay away from Darkness

February 3, 2018 11:00 AM
Lighting both Mosque Lights and Church Candles, just to stay away from Darkness

Young people from Zavidovici visited religious buildings in this town within the “Open Door Day”, including the Town Mosque, the Temple of St. Sava and the Church of St. Joseph. Religious officials introduced young people with religious objects through the mutual conversation,  and they gave them a personal insight into […]

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Koski Mehmed Pasha’s Mosque in Mostar as a Tourist Attraction

January 21, 2018 11:00 AM
Koski Mehmed Pasha’s Mosque in Mostar as a Tourist Attraction

Numerous mosques were constructed and restored in BiH after the war in the 1990’s, and they are open for social and religious activities of Muslims, as well as for visits of numerous tourists. One of these mosques is Koski Mehmed-pasha’s mosque in Mostar, which is a mosque of special historical […]

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