BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA


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Flag

Coat of Arms

Territory
51,129 km2 (125th)

Capital
Sarajevo

Language
Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian

Motto
'None'

National Flower
Golden lily - (Lilium bosniacum)

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Bosnia and Herzegovina Flag

Bosnia and Herzegovina, now and again called Bosnia– Herzegovina, and frequently referred to casually as Bosnia, is a nation in Southeastern Europe, situated inside the Balkan Peninsula. Sarajevo is the capital and biggest city. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a practically landlocked nation – it has a limited coast at the Adriatic Sea, around 20 kilometers (12 miles) in length encompassing the town of Neum. It is circumscribed by Croatia toward the north, west and south; Serbia toward the east; and Montenegro toward the southeast. In the focal and eastern inside of the nation the topography is rocky, in the northwest it is respectably uneven, and the upper east is prevalently flatland. The inland, Bosnia, is a topographically bigger area and has a moderate mainland atmosphere, with sweltering summers and cold and blanketed winters. The southern tip, Herzegovina, has a Mediterranean atmosphere and plain geology. Bosnia and Herzegovina follows changeless human settlement back to the Neolithic age, amid and after which it was populated by a few Illyrian and Celtic civic establishments. Socially, politically, and socially, the nation has a rich history, having been first settled by the Slavic people groups that populate the region today from the sixth through to the ninth hundreds of years. In the twelfth century the Banate of Bosnia was built up, which developed into the Kingdom of Bosnia in the fourteenth century, after which it was added into the Ottoman Empire, under whose standard it stayed from the mid-fifteenth to the late nineteenth hundreds of years. The Ottomans conveyed Islam to the area, and modified a significant part of the social and social viewpoint of the nation. This was trailed by extension into the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, which kept going up until World War I. In the interwar period, Bosnia and Herzegovina was a piece of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and after World War II, it was conceded full republic status in the recently shaped Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Following the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the republic declared autonomy in 1992, which was trailed by the Bosnian War, going on until late 1995. The nation is home to three fundamental ethnic gatherings or, authoritatively, constituent people groups, as determined in the constitution. Bosniaks are the biggest gathering of the three, with Serbs second, and Croats third.


Coat of Arms


Bosnia and Herzegovina Coat of Arms

Territory


Bosnia and Herzegovina Map

51,129 km2 (125th)


Capital


Bosnia and Herzegovina Capital

Sarajevo

Sarajevo is the capital and biggest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a populace of 275,524 in its regulatory points of confinement. Sarajevo is the political, social and social focus of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a conspicuous focal point of culture in the Balkans, with its district wide impact in excitement, media, style, and expressions of the human experience. Because of its long and rich history of religious and social assorted variety, Sarajevo is in some cases called the "Jerusalem of Europe" or "Jerusalem of the Balkans". Despite the fact that settlement in the zone extends back to ancient occasions, the cutting edge city emerged as an Ottoman fortress in the fifteenth century. Sarajevo has pulled in universal consideration a few times since its commencement. In 1885, Sarajevo was the main city in Europe and the second city on the planet to have a full-time electric cable car organize going through the city, following San Francisco. In 1914, it was the site of the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by neighborhood Young Bosnia lobbyist Gavrilo Princip that started World War I, which likewise finished Austro-Hungarian guideline in Bosnia and brought about the formation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.


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Bosnia and Herzegovina Languague

Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian



Motto


Bosnia and Herzegovina Motto

'None'



National Flower


Bosnia and Herzegovina National Flower

Golden lily - (Lilium bosniacum)



Lilium bosniacum is a lily local to Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's otherwise called Zlatni Ljiljan (Bosnian for brilliant lily) and Bosanski Ljiljan (Bosnian lily). Blossoms, 1– 6 out of a raceme, gesturing, fragrant. Tepals emphatically revolute, average Turk's top shape, wax-like surface, yellow to orange without spots, ~6 cm in measurement. Seeds with postponed hypogeal germination.


Demonym(s)

Bosnian

Population

3,511,372
(2013 census)

Currency

Convertible mark (BAM)

Time Zone

UTC+1 (CET)

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