Rainy Day in the Mysterious Vranduk

Old town Vranduk was built in the late 14th century, and until 1462 it was known as the royal town. Name Vranduk was first mentioned in 1410, and it served for the Bosnian kings as a place where they received their guests, signed contracts and issued muniments.

Today, Vranduk is a place gladly visited by the tourists, both foreign and domestic. It is perfect match of history, nature and beautiful views – which makes it one of the most visited places in our country.

A touch of history, peace and quiet – that is how they would briefly describe their time spent in Vranduk. Tourists were distracted from the sightseeing by rain accompanied by strong winds, but it did not stop them to photograph this important historical places and enjoy its forts.

Except for the history, in recent years Vranduk has often mentioned in regards to the construction of hydropower plants on Bosna River. Some associations for the protection of nature are considering that the construction of hydropower plants in Vranduk is wrong. Total investment for the construction of hydropower plants is, according to Elektroprivreda BiH, 127 million BAM, and it is financed by the funds of the Public Company Elektroprivreda BiH.

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