Medjugorje

Our Lady in Medjugorje

What Fatima means for Portugal and Western Europe, Medjugorje means for Bosnia and eastern Europe. Pilgrims from all over the world are arriving to this sacred place of worship and Catholic religion. The story has started in the year 1981, when Blessed Virgin Mary has appeared for the first time to 6 kids who were playing outside. Official Vatican still has some problems with recognizing the appearances and miracles but pilgrims are gathering at the site all the time. It is easy to arrive to Medjugorje from Sarajevo and Mostar…

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Mostar

Mostar city by night

While being in Bosnia and Herzegovina or in neighboring Croatia, Mostar is surely a town you will not miss in your discoveries. Small town with around 100.000 population has Bosnian and Croatian population. In some way, the nationality and the religion are dividing the city in two areas. Not only psychologically but also physical, because Croats are living mostly on the western bank of the Neretva river. Whenever you’re in region at any given time of the year, Mostar is a good choice to visit. Pretty old town center featuring…

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

The famous city of Mostar

History preserved in each step This is the heart of Balkan Peninsula where different nationalities, cultures and religion are mixed together. Bosnia is center of Dinar Alps that’s why inland is mostly mountainous with cold winters and usually also a lot of snow. That’s also why Sarajevo hosted winter Olympic Games in 1984. With lakes, rivers, waterfalls and caves this is a place where all year tourism is possible. Bosnia also has few kilometers of coast on the warm Adriatic Sea, where small city of Neum is. This is also…

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