The Great Pyramid of Bosnia at Visoko

January 7, 2008

Bosnian Pyramid at VisokoVisoko means high place in Bosnian, and as soon as you visit it, you’ll see where the name comes from. This town, located northwest of Sarajevo, is located in a valley surrounded by green, rolling hills. Read the story »

Food in Bosnia and Herzegovina

January 4, 2008

Fresh produce in SarajevoWhen you travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina, be sure that you enjoy traditional dishes. Food in Bosnia and Herzegovina puts a spin on Balkan entrees and has a little something for every traveler, whether you love a good steak or you’re strictly veggie. Read the story »

The Long, Troubled Road to Today’s Bosnia

January 4, 2008

Rooftop Statues in SarajevoFollowing Austria-Hungary’s control of Bosnia and Herzegovina after the Treaty of Berlin in 1878, there were a string of political and social reforms mandated, which were intended to make Bosnia and Herzegovina an exceptional colony. While reforms in politics and generally modernization were quite successful, Austro-Hungarian rule brought about rising nationalism amongst the South Slavs. Read the story »

The Geography of Bosnia and Herzegovina

January 4, 2008

The snows of JahorinaBosnia and Herzegovina is also known as the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This country is located on the Balkan peninsula, which allows beautiful views, access to water sports, and secluded mountainous resorts. Read the story »