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General information about Bosnia

Geography of Bosnia

Situated at the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, Bosnia and Herzegovina measures is just over 50 000 km2 and encompasses both Mediterranean and Alpine climates and landscapes.  Much of Bosnia and Herzegovina is mountainous. It boarders, Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro.  


Bosnian Climate

Due to its unique geographic positioning, Bosnia and Herzegovina is ideal for multi-season visits with a mosaic of climate types within a relatively small area.


Bosnian People

There are three main 'peoples' that inhabit this country: Bosniaks, Croats, and Serbs. The ethnic composition is: Bosniaks (Muslims) 44%, Serbs (Christian Orthodox) 32%, and Croats (Catholics) 17%. The remaining 7% of the population is composed of, Albanians, Roma, Jews, and several other minority groups.


Language of Bosnia

There are three 'official' languages spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian. For practical purposes, they are one and the same. The differences are similar to those between American and British English.


Bosnia Herzegovina Economy

Bosnia and Herzegovina was among the poorer areas of the old Yugoslav Federation and remains one of the poorer countries in Europe. During the war, 3 years of interethnic strife damaged or destroyed much of the economy and infrastructure in Bosnia. Considerable progress has been made since peace was re-established and the economy has been in the process of reforms. Bosnia is trying to make use of its rich resources and adhere in the European Union.



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