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Bjelašnica (pronounced [bjělaːʃnit͡sa]) is a mountain in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is found directly to the southwest of Sarajevo, bordering Mt. Igman. Bjelašnica’s tallest peak, by which the whole mountain group got its name, rises to an elevation of 2067 meters (6782 feet).
Near the old village Blagaj, southeast of Mostar, the Buna river spring flows out of a 200m cliff wall and creates a beautiful, crystal clear, extremely cold and 9 km long river that flows into the Neretva. This place is an important part of a rich cultural and historical heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a site of great tourist attendance.
The old royal city that constituted the fortified capital of the Bosnian Kingdom. Offering beautiful countryside and many attractions to be visited (a medieval fortress with long defensive walls and a large citadel, catacombs, the Pliva waterfalls and lake, watermills), the whole area is geographically and historically interesting.
The town in central Bosnia where was the seat of the Ottoman viziers. The attractive sightseeing locations include the impressive medieval fortress and many other monuments (old part of the town, oriental houses, mosques, tower clock) that mostly dates back from the Ottoman period.
The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina situated in the very heart of the country is one of the most interesting cities in Europe that connects eastern and western world as an excellent example of the city that has never lost its multiethnic character in spite of frequent historical turbulences.