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Visegrad in Bosnia and Herzegovina was mentioned for the first time in 1433

October 7, 2020 5:00 PM
Visegrad in Bosnia and Herzegovina was mentioned for the first time in 1433

  According to the written records, Visegrad in Bosnia and Herzegovina was mentioned for the first time in 1433. The town got its name by the hill beyond the valley where it was located. During the period of the Turkish Empire, Visegrad became an important place on the main route […]

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Ten Amazing Museums in Bosnia and Herzegovina worth of visiting (video)

May 23, 2020 5:00 PM
Ten Amazing Museums in Bosnia and Herzegovina worth of visiting (video)

  The museums and galleries in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not filled with renaissance or romantic paintings but rather with the living forms that represented everyday life. Culture in the centuries leading up to this revolution can be visited today as a living museum through the architecture, traditional dress, stone carvings, pottery and […]

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Facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina that we should all know!

April 27, 2020 12:30 PM
Facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina that we should all know!

  Bosnia was mentioned for the first time in the document De Administrando Imperio, the political-geographic manuscript of Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII between 948 and 952, where it was described as a small country of Bosnia. 1154 – Bosnian banovina was founded. 1377 – The Kingdom of Bosnia was founded […]

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On this Day, Austria-Hungary announced its Annexation of BiH

October 6, 2019 2:00 PM
On this Day, Austria-Hungary announced its Annexation of BiH

  On October 6, 1908, the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary announces its annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, dual provinces in the Balkan region of Europe formerly under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Though Bosnia and Herzegovina were still nominally under the control of the Ottoman Sultan in 1908, Austria-Hungary […]

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Exact Date of Sarajevo’s Establishment officially determined

September 25, 2019 8:00 PM
Exact Date of Sarajevo’s Establishment officially determined

The City Council of Sarajevo adopted on Wednesday a draft decision establishing February 1, 1462 as the exact date of founding of the City of Sarajevo.  The draft decision was made as a result of research on scientifically based and historical facts, which was jointly worked by Professor Emeritus Enes […]

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Liberal Islam in BiH since Ottoman Empire until Today

September 21, 2019 1:00 PM
Liberal Islam in BiH since Ottoman Empire until Today

The majority of Bosnians gradually accepted Islam after the Ottomans brought it to the region in the 15th century. They ruled until 1878, when they lost Bosnia to a longtime rival: the Austro-Hungarian empire. Many Bosniaks at that point felt uncomfortable under their new rulers, not least because classic texts […]

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Do You know how Bihac looked 100 Years Ago?

October 22, 2018 7:00 AM
Do You know how Bihac looked 100 Years Ago?

Settlements on the territory of the present-day town of Bihac have existed since the Palaeolithic, and the toponym Bihac was mentioned for the first time by Hungarian king Bela IV in a charter. It was in 1260. Strategically very important, this city experienced a real renaissance during the Middle Ages, […]

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Thinking of Travelling soon? Visit Trebinje, the real Gem of Herzegovina

October 21, 2018 9:00 AM
Thinking of Travelling soon? Visit Trebinje, the real Gem of Herzegovina

Trebinje is the southernmost B&H city, only 28 km away from Dubrovnik. It is located side by side with Mostar and Stolac, and in terms of beauty, unlike these two cities, it was lucky enough to avoid severe war damaging so that the old town has stayed intact. Old town […]

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Museum dedicated to BH Nobel Prize Winner visited by Thousands of Tourists

October 9, 2018 8:00 PM
Museum dedicated to BH Nobel Prize Winner visited by Thousands of Tourists

The winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature and one of the most famous writers from the former Yugoslavia, Ivo Andric, died before exactly four decades, on 13th March 1975. However, his work is still of a great interest, which is confirmed by new editions and translations to many languages. […]

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What the famous Evliya Çelebi wrote about Sarajevo in 16th Century?

October 5, 2018 8:00 AM
What the famous Evliya Çelebi wrote about Sarajevo in 16th Century?

Evliya Çelebi, a travel writer, or, how he named himself Evliya Muhamed Zilli, was the son of Derviš, born in Istanbul on 25 March 1611 and died in 1979. In a period of 40 years (1631.-1670.), he went on many grand voyages throughout the Ottoman Empire, and he took part […]

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