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Jahorina

Jahorina

Postal code: 71423

International calling code: +387 57
Time zone: GTM +1, GTM+2

ICCA STATISTICS

ICCA Statistic Report 2016
Bosnia and Herzegovina - 77th place

Jahorina

Republic of Srpska

Republic of Srpska represents one of two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which
according to the archaeological sites has been inhabited since the Paleolithic.
When Romans arrived they began to build roads and then it was built "The Road of Salt", which is the most famous road from that period.
Slavs came after the Romans, whose settlements testify development of Orthodox monasteries and a large number of fortified cities.
The tombstones called "stećci" represents the important basis for the study of medieval culture.
Several bridges from Ottoman rule are preserved.
The most famous cities of this region are Banja Luka and Bijeljina and off course mountain Jahorina.

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CONGRESS CAPACITY

Mountain Resort Jahorina presents the ideal destination for organizing seminars, congresses and another events. Mountain Resort Jahorina offers a lot of hotels, but hotel Termag i hotel Board stands out.

LARGEST CONGRESS CAPACITY

Hotel Termag / Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina / Number of conference rooms: 4 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 300 seats

ABOUT DESTINATION

Jahorina is the mountain range to the southeast of Sarajevo. Its ideal geographical position more or less guarantees three to four months of good ski snow.
Its highest peak reaches 1,910m. The ski lifts climb to 1,894m with fabulous views towards Sarajevo. The slopes of Jahorina are covered in tall pines till about the 1,500m mark.
From there the mountainside is relatively bare with some thick patches of klek, a high-altitude pine that doesn't grow higher than 2m.