What is an interesting fact about Bosnia?

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What is a fun fact about Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Fun Facts. The country is sometimes called “the Heart Shaped Land” because of its unusual shape, which slightly resembles a heart. Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to Europe’s last remaining jungle, Perućica. Some of its trees are over 300 years old!

How did Bosnia get its name?

The name of Bosnia is commonly used in English language as an exonym Bosnia, representing the South Slavic common endonym Bosna (or “Босна” in Cyrillic script). The name was first recorded during the 10th century, in the Greek form Βόσονα, designating the region.

What is the national drink of Bosnia?

The most common and most popular liquor, considered a Bosnians’ national drink is “rakija”, which is a sort of home-made brandy made of plum (šljiva) but can also be made of apples (jabukovača), pears (kruška) and other fruits.

What is the capital of Bosnia?

Why does Bosnia have 2 names?

The country’s name comes from the two regions Bosnia and Herzegovina, which have a very vaguely defined border between them. Bosnia occupies the northern areas which are roughly four fifths of the entire country, while Herzegovina occupies the rest in the south part of the country.

How is Bosnia today?

It is now an independent state, but remains partially under international oversight under the terms of the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords. … Peace has not brought the two entities closer together, and Bosnian Serb leaders often raise the possibility of seceding from what they call a failed state.

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