Bosnia and Herzegovina is a republic. The country has a mountainous terrain similar to a triangle. The waters of the Sava and Neretva rivers crush the mountainous land. It has a climate that is hot in summers and cold in winters. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Mediterranean climate is dominant in 20 km.
Bosnia and Herzegovina's phone Code
Bosnia and Herzegovina's central and eastern parts of Serbia are forested. Forests are made of pine, beech and oak trees. The country's underground riches are as follows; coal, iron, copper, manganese, lead, mercury and silver.
Important Cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Banja Luka, Bihać, Berkovići, Bijeljina, Kozarska Dubica, Bosanska Gradiška, Bosanska Krupa, Bosanski Petrovac, Brčko, Bugojno, Cazin, Derventa, Doboj, Donji Vakuf, Foča, Goražde, Gornji, Vakuf, Gračanica, Gradačac, Ilidža
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Economy
Bosnia and Herzegovina's economy is generally based on agriculture. The most important agricultural products produced are cereals and potatoes. Except those; vegetables, sugar beet, flax and tobacco are also grown. Forestry and sheep fattening have an important place in the economy. In the central and northern parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, fruit growing has been developed. Plum has an important place in fruit production. Among industrial products, timber, iron-steel, tobacco, leather and sugar have an important place.
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Currency
Bosnia and Herzegovina Mark
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Export Countries
Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria
Bosnia and Herzegovina Imports Countries
Serbia, Germany, Italy, Croatia, China
Nations Living in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Serbs, Croats, Yugoslavs, Bosnia and Herzegovina's indigenous Muslim people used the name, Bosniaks as they called them Turks.
Languages spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian and other nations speak their own language.