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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia & Hercegovina Lieing next to Croatia and Serbia is this great country that contains a culture with a combination af both Eastern and Western influence. This influence makes it possible to see historical sights such as Catholic cathedrals as well as mosques. In the capital city Sarajevo you also have the possiblity of seeing this historical mix, as well as a lively city, eventhough the scars of the war, still is visible. Hostel in Europe Network

Area: 51.197 Km2
Population: 4.302.000 (2003 est.)
Density: 84 pop/Km2

System of government: Federal Republic
Capital: Sarajevo (402.000 pop.)
Major cities: Banja Luka 220.000 pop., Tuzla 131.900 pop., Zenica 128.600 pop., Mostar 105.500 pop.
Ethnic majority: Bosniak 43%, Serb 31%, Croat 17%, others 9%
Border countries: Croatia NORTH and WEST, Serbia and Montenegro EAST and SOUTH

Principal mountains: Maglic 2386 m, Volujak 2336 m
Principal rivers: Sava 331 Km (bosnian tract, total 947 Km), Drina 346 Km, Bosna 271 Km, Neretva 218 Km (bosnian tract, total 225 Km), Una 212 Km
Principal lakes: Busko Blato 55,8 Km2
Principal islands: -
Climate: Continental - Mediterranean

Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian (all officials)
Religion: Muslim 43%, Orthodox 30%, Catholic 18%, Protestant 4%, other 5%
Currency: Marka (BAM)

Fixed public holidays: 1/1, 7/1, 14/1, 1/3, 1/5, 6/5, 28/6, 12/7, 1/8, 15/8, 28/8, 8/9, 21/9, 1/11, 2/11, 8/11, 25/12, 26/12
Dialling code: 00387
GMT: +1

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