In the collective memory of the people living in the area of the former Bosnian kingdom, many historical stories have remained in lasting memory. And yet only a small group of people can tell you the story of Dorothea of Bulgaria. When asked who the last Bosnian queen was, every Bosnian will surely respond without thinking - Katarina Kosača. However, once asked about the first Bosnian queen, most remain silent. More
Without a doubt, the most valuable piece in the collection of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the Sarajevo Haggadah. More
The nature in and around Sarajevo is gorgeous, and many of the attractive locations that are perfect for outdoor activities are a ten- to forty-minute ride from the center of town. More
That Sarajevo occupies an area that has long been inhabited is testified to by the many remains left by the Butmir Civilization, Illyrians, Romans, the medieval Slavic state.... And, from the very moment when the Ottoman military leader, Isa Bey Ishaković, laid Sarajevo's foundations around 1460, the town continued to grow, absorbing and ultimately reflecting the various influences it has been subjected to over the centuries. More
There are more than 20 museums in Sarajevo whose exhibits explore the interesting history of Sarajevo and the rich cultures of the people who live here. The remains of the Butmir civilization, as well as the traces of the Illyrians, Romans and Slavs..., all testify to the long history of earlier settlements in this area. More
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