Early morning, Trtorici Village, Central Bosnia
Pasha’s Tower near Zvornik, northeast Bosnia.
Pasha tower is built of cut stone, and dates from the 16th century (it is assumed that was built between 1540 and 1550). Of facilities with Pasha’s Tower there is Pasha’s Fountain near the tower or it is now called Upper fountain.
Image Credit: TheMiner
Zivanovici, Suho Polje, northeast Bosnia
Image credit: Zeljkoz75
Amusement park 3.7 miles northeast of Bijeljina
Image credit: Djordje Grujicic
Mesozoic limestones on the right bank of the Stavnja river.
Dabravine village located in the syncline
Orah village located on asymmetrical anticline
Stecak is a monumental medieval tombstone that lies scattered across Bosnia and some parts of SW Serbia and NW Montenegro. Graves from medieval kingdom of Bosnia. The tombstones reached their peak in the 14th and 15th century, before disappearing during the Ottoman occupation.
These tombstones are captured on plateau Hrasno (1020m), 20 miles north of Sarajevo.
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Wooden Churh from 1856.
3.9 miles south of Prijedor, NW Bosnia
Ostrozac castle, 7.1 mile north of Bihac, west Bosnia
Waterfall in the forests of the Grmec mountain, 6.9 miles north of Bosanski Petrovac, west Bosnia