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Bosna i Hercegovina - mapa drzave Brcko Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Republic of Srpska

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Regions

  • Brcko
  • Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Republic of Srpska

Brcko

Brcko is a district of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is formally under the administration of both entities, but in fact has a great deal of autonomy and their own administrations. District administrative center is the city of Brcko.
Brcko is an important cultural center and it is also the largest port in BiH. Also, it is the place of sport events, from which the most famous is "Vidovdanska Trka" street marathon held in Brcko since 1997.

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The country name is probably derived from "bosana", an old Indo-European word meaning water, while Herzegovina got its name by Herceg Stjepan (Duke Stjepan) which ruled this area in the mid 15th century.
Interesting and attractive places in Bosnia and Herzegovina represent a wonderful blend of cultural and natural heritage. It is almost impossible to separate them, because the culture and traditions of this country just blossomed from this pristine nature.
The most famous city of this region is Sarajevo.
Sarajevo

Republic of Srpska

Republic of Srpska is one of two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to the archaeological sites of the Republic of Srpska has been inhabited since the Paleolithic. With the arrival of the Romans began building roads when it was built and "The Road of Salt", which is the famous road from the Roman period. After the Romans came Slavs about whose settlements testify development of Orthodox monasteries and a large number of fortified cities.
An important basis for the study of medieval culture in the area that occupies this region are the "stećci" - the tombstones.
From the period of Ottoman rule in the region are preserved and several bridges. The most famous cities of this region are Banja Luka and Bijeljina and off course mountain Jahorina.
Jahorina

About country

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a country in Southeastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. Bordered by Croatia to the north, west and south, Montenegro to the southeast and Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina is almost landlocked, except for the 20 kilometres of coastline on the Adriatic Sea surrounding the city of Neum. The country consist of two autonomous entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republic of Srpska, with a third region, the Brčko District, governed under local government.
Filled with traces of crossings of different cultures and religions, Bosnia and Herzegovina can be distinguished by her magnificent heritage such as the mediaeval tombstone – Stećak, the Old Bridge – Mostar, the Vjetrenica Cave, the Hutovo Blato National Park, the European rain forest – Perućica, Bosnian pyramids, and many other monuments.

Congress capacity

Congress tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is acknowledged as the very important mosaic part of various touristic offers which are increasing on daily basis.
Hence, Bosnia and Herzegovina territory is becoming very attractive area for the people willing to have an active vacation and various cultural, historical, natural and environmental contents.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has an excellent geographic place, it is positioned in the central region of Balkan Peninsula and it is an ideal place for the organization of congresses, conferences, seminars, conventions, public gatherings and incentive travelling on international level.
Congress destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina that can be a great choice for conferences and other events, are certainly the city of Sarajevo and Jahorina mountain resort.

Largest congress capacity

Hotel Holywood / Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina / Number of conference rooms: 15 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 800 seats

International congresses and conferences

3rd International Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, 2013, Sarajevo
11th International Conference on Accomplishments in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology, DEMI 2013, Banja Luka
2nd International Eurasian Conference on Mathematical Sciences and Applications, 2013, Sarajevo

International fairs

36th International Fair of Tourism and Hospitality, Tourism Exchange, 27th - 29th March 2013, Skenderija Center, Sarajevo
International Economy Fair, 09th - 13th April 2013., Fair Mostar, Mostar

ICCA statistics report

Statistic report of International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).

2011 2013
Rank 85 87
Number of international congresses 8 11

Must See
Bascarsija
Bascarsija is an old bazzar in Sarajevo, and also historical and cultural centre of city. It was built in 15th century and its name comes from Turkish word "bas", which means "main" and "carsi" meaning the central part, so Bascarsija means "main part of town".
Old bridge
Old bridge is famous bridge in Mostar, built in period from 1557 to 1566. In his place before was a wooden suspension bridge, which was attached to the towers where were guards who charged the toll.
Kastel Fortress
Kastel Fortress is the oldest preserved cultural and historical monument of Banja Luka, which was in 1950 proclaimed for cultural and historical heritage of the first category, and 2002 was included among the list of endangered monuments of BiH.
Emperor's Mosque
Emperor's Mosque was built in 1462 but it burnt in1480, so that the mosque in its present form was built in 1566. It is the first mosque built in Sarajevo and one of 1st built in BiH.
Government's Palace
Government's Palace is a cultural center in Banja Luka, built in the period from 1931 to 1932. Originally, palace was used as a residence, and today it is a place of different events. Some parts of the palace have preserved their authentic look.
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Sacred Heart Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral built in 1889 by the project of Joseph Vancas, who used elements of romance and Gothic. At the same time, this cathedral is the largest cathedral in BiH.
National Museum
National Museum of BiH represents the oldest cultural and scientific institution in BiH in western style. Within the museum there are departments for archeology, ethnology, science and library.
Ethno Village Stanisici
Ethno Village Stanisici was founded in 2003, and it is allocated in two parts. One part shows the secular life and buildings made from wood, and the other is the spiritual character and displays medieval architecture.
Wellspring of the Bosnia
Wellspring of the Bosnia represents the natural monument at river Bosnia and the most attractive spring of drinking water in Europe.



Direct flights

Banja Luka

- Belgrade, Serbia
- Zurich, Switzerland

Sarajevo

- Belgrade, Serbia
- Cologne, Germany
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Istanbul, Turkey
- Munich, Germany
- Oslo, Norway
- Stuttgart, Germany
- Vienna, Austria
- Zagreb, Croatia
- Zurich, Switzerland

Tuzla

- Basel Mulhouse, France
- Gothenburg, Sweden
- Malmo, Sweden
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