Bosnia and Herzegovina
- hot summers and cold winters, areas of high elevation have short, cool summers and long, severe winters, mild, rainy winters along coast
- Roman Catholic
Work Study Visa
Rate of immigration
Key Tourist Attractions
- The "Olympic City" or The "European Jerusalem"
Mostar, "City on Neretva", "City of Sunshine"
Banja Luka, the "Green City"
Prijedor, Old City Mosque (National heritage), Kozara National Park and Bosnia's largest World War II monument at Mrakovica
Lukavac - Modrac Lake (Jezero Modrac) the largest artificial lake in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gornji Vakuf - Mountain Vranica & Kula Mehmed bega StoÄanina
Number of Annual Tourists
Quality of Life Index
Population with a Higher Education
Cost of Internet Access (USD Per Mbit/s)
Average cost of a Higher Education
Annual Economic Facts
- Steel & coal
iron ore & lead
zinc, manganese, bauxite & aluminum
- 320 convertible maraka per month in Republika Srpska