BiH among the Five Countries in the World that Delight with Nature Latest news from BiH...
This small nation in Eastern Europe has a history of bloody conflict, but is now a growing hot spot for tourism. Tiny but chock-full of things to do, if you were born after 1990, you probably know very little about this country.
In 1885,when there were only 38 United States, an electric tramway was constructed in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has been in operation ever since.
There are three presidents from each majority ethnic group: Bosniak, Croat and Serb. Together, they serve a four-year term. They each serve as chairman, rotating spots every eight months.
Bosnia’s Kravica Waterfall is almost 400 feet across and has an 82-foot drop. It’s a great place for swimming and visiting the nearby Ljubski winery.
The Perućica Forest can be found near the border with Montenegro and is one of the last primeval forests in Europe. The tallest Norway Spruce is located in this forest.
The Tekija Dervish Monastery, built in the 16th century by order of the sultan, sits on a 600-foot cliff at the largest source of water in the country. No longer in operation, it is a popular tourist destination and houses the tombs of two long-term sheiks.