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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Coordinates: 44 ° 06'00 "C e. 17 ° 58'00 "Nr. pp. 44.1 [deg.] C. e. 17.966667 ° C. p. (G) (O) 44.1, 17.966667 - Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbian. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia. Bosna i Hercegovina) - a country located on the Balkan Peninsula in Europe. Bosnia and Herzegovina - in the center of the Balkan Peninsula, in principle, Dinar is a landlocked state. Territory of the area. 51 thousand km². The population is 4.4 million. 31,4% of the population are the bees, 17,3% are Croats, the rest are Albanian, Turkish and more. nationalities. The capital is Sarajevo. Official languages: Bosnian, Syriac, Croatian. The majority of the population are Muslims, including Orthodox and Catholic. Paris Peaceful Agreement I and G are presided over by a Bureau of 3 people. Legislature - Parliamentary Assemblies, Government - Ministers of the Council of Ministers
Contents
1 Administrative division 2 Geographical data 3 History - 4 Sources - Administrative division - Bosnia and Herzegovina - two federation and one federation. Antibodies are the Republic of Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH Federation). Bosnia and Herzegovina - 49%, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina occupies 51% of the state. The name of a single distributor is Brchko. BïX ten Federation cantons are divided into: - Wnsko sanskï Cantonese - Posavskï Cantonese - Twzlanskï Cantonese - Zenïçko doboǰskï Cantonese - Bosansko-podrïn̂skï Cantonese - Sredn̂obosanskï Cantonese - Xercegovaçko neretvanskï Cantonese
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Кантон Sarajevo
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Geographical data
Relief mountain of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Climate Mediterranean, continental. Long-term average monthly temperature in January is -1 ° -3 ° С, July 20 ° C. Average annual rainfall. 400 to 600 mm. Oaks, spruce and birch mixed forests have been grown along rivers in the valleys. Mining: iron, lead, zinc, bauxite, etc.
History
The land of Bosnia and Herzegovina is home to Slavs in the 6th - 7th centuries. In the 7th-14th centuries they were first united in the principality, and later in the kingdom. Since the 15th century, Ottoman Sultanate has been subjected. In 1878, Austria was under Hungarian rule. Following the First World War, since 1918, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia has undergone. 1941 the country was conquered by Germany and handed over to the management of the independent Croatian Government. After the Second World War, Yugoslavia was included as one of six allies. 1990 For the first time multi-party elections were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina in November. As a result, the population of the republic was divided into 3, Muslim, Serbian and Croatian, and there were conflicts. 1992 In April, the Muslims and Croats declared independence from the country and became part of the United Nations. The Serb population did not like this, and the armed conflict between the two sides started, and the war lasted until September 1995. With the intervention of the US, Russia and the European Union in 1995, On December 14, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia and Croatia signed a peace treaty. The country has a well-developed metallurgy, machine building, chemistry and coal industries. [3]









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