spicy children in the balkans: bosnia and herzegovina

To have more information about Bosnia-Herzegovina, one of the places where Turks love the world, you should definitely read our article. You can start to travel to the depths of history by leaning back while the music we suggest plays in the background lightly.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to three different ethnic groups: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. As a result, the state is divided into two states. Bosnia-Herzegovina and Republika Srpska. Everywhere in Bosnia and Herzegovina you can find a historical monument dating from the Ottoman period. When you visit Bosnia for this reason, it is inevitable that you will feel like you are in the period film. This is the streets that smell of history, the years and the glass that challenges them, the bullets that honor the traces of war, the bullets and more ...

At the center of Europe we invite those who want to see the traces of the Ottoman State to the capital Sarajevo. This city, equipped with glass and churches, is called "Jerusalem of Europe". The Austro-Hungarian kingdom, which dominates the region after the Ottoman Empire, wants to reorganize its capital and starts destroying the neighboring houses for it. On top of that, a landlord tells her she will not leave her home unless the house is built on the other side of the river. Managers who can not find another way to build the house on the other side of the same river. The famous house which is open today is the "stubborn house". This house is only one of the places you should definitely be seen if you go to Bosnia.


One of the places you should see while you are in Bosnia is the life tunnel. This tunnel is under the airport. During the Bosnian War, the empty land was continuously bombarded, so the remaining city remains in arms, food, medicine, etc. to deliver the needs. The tunnel, which is actively used throughout the war, now houses visitors as a museum.

Let's continue from Travnik, the city of viziers. This is why the Ottoman Empire is known as the city of many statesmen here. For this reason, it is said that 40 photographs fit into a photograph. It is not surprising that the land that houses the Ottoman Empire is filled with the mosques and specularity. However, today there are only 14 mosques in the city. Let us continue from the town of Travnik. This is why the Ottoman Empire is known as the city of many statesmen here. For this reason, it is said that 40 photographs fit into a photograph. We are not surprised that the land that houses the Ottoman Empire is filled with glass and rarely 🙂 However, today there are only 14 mosques in the city.

Travnik Castle welcomes us at the first entrance to Travnik. Built on a steep hill, the castle still retains all of its identity. It is possible to easily observe the magnificent view of the city from the castle. The magnificent view of Travnik is a must-see stop for sightseeing. The Lashva River in the city is a wonderful natural that adds beauty to the beauty of Travnik. Another Ottoman work, which is still being continued today, is one of the places that must be visited when you come to Travnik, the Elçi Ibrahim Pasha Madrasa.

Another important structure in the city of Travnik is the Drina Bridge. Nobel prize-winning author Ivo Andris is born here. It tells the story of the city's 350 years of development, the lives of its fates surrounding the bridge, and the collapsing causes of the Ottoman State.

The Mostar Bridge in the UNESCO World Heritage List, a building belonging to the Ottoman Period, is also located in the Mostar city of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The bridge constructed by Mimar Hayattin, a student of Mimar Sinan during the reign of Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent, is used as restored today even though it was destroyed during the war. And those who see history as a living witness continue to amaze.

This is also the Blagaj Tekke, the source of the River. Since the Herzegovina has a mild climate and the Ottoman architecture dominates the region, it is regarded as a national monument by Bosnians and is respected.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, who carried the traces of the war just yesterday, has always been in favor of history. In order not to forget the history, history is repeatedly circulated again and again, especially as the children grow up again in battle. It is impossible for us to feel alien in the country where the Ottoman Empire has been hosted for 600 years. Turkish citizens can enter the country without a visa and enjoy the value of this beautiful city. It is one of those places where it is necessary to find a chance to go, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the painful child of the Balkans.
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