• Dobar dan is a common greeting in Bosnia. We present to you some interesting information about Spain.

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    The country of Bosnia and Herzegovina informally known as Bosnia is situated on the Balkan peninsula in south eastern Europe.
    Here are some of the interesting facts about Bosnian culture and people:

    1. Did you know that the country of Bosnia has been nicknamed as “Heart Shaped Land” because of the country’s slight heart shape?

    2. Not many people know that Bosnia is said to have been occupied since the New Stone Age.

    3. They love coffee! The country has the tenth highest coffee consumption per capita in the world.

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    (Image source: https://blog.musement.com/us/bosnian-coffee-overview/)

    1. Most of the area of Bosnia is covered by mountains.

    2. Not many people know that the currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the Marka, which can’t be bought or exchanged anywhere else in the world

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    (Image source: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/outdoor-adventures-bosnia-hercegovina)

    1. The Sarajevo tram network is one of Europe’s oldest, having firstly served as the test line for Vienna’s trams. It was opened on New Year’s Day in 1885.

    2. The Sarajevo Sahat Tower is a historic timepiece that is said to be the only clock in the world that keeps lunar time.

    3. Stari Most in Mostar is one of the country’s most identifiable landmarks. It is a 16th-century Ottoman bridge that stood for 427 years until it was ruined in 1993 during the war. The bridge was reconstructed and opened in 2004.

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    (Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trams_in_Sarajevo#/media/File:Sarajevo_Tram-507_Line-3_2011-11-08_(2).jpg)

    Hope you like these fun and interesting facts about Bosnia. If you know some more such fun facts about Bosnia, please let us know!