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Populated places in Buzim


Populated places in Cazin


Populated places in Kljuc


Populated places in Sanski Most


Populated places in Velika Kladusa


Populated places in Grude


Populated places in Ljubuski


Populated places in Posusje


Populated places in Siroki Brijeg


Populated places in Breza, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Populated places in Doboj Jug


Populated places in Kakanj


Populated places in Maglaj


Populated places in Tesanj


Populated places in Usora


Populated places in Visoko


Populated places in Zavidovici


Populated places in Zenica


Populated places in Zepce



Ahmici is a village in the Central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the municipality of Vitez, in the valley of the river Lasva. In April 1993 during the ethnic cleansing of the Lasva valley, the Croatian defence Council troops at ...


Bivolje Brdo

Total: 841 Muslims - 562 66.82%. Croats - 256 30.43%. The Serbs 4 0.47%. Other and unknown - 13 1.54%. Yugoslavia - 6 0.71%. Total: 1026 2013 Muslims - 506 49.06%. Six. (Шесть) Croats - 509 49.09%.



Borovica is situated in a small village in Central Bosnia and Herzegovina in the area of todays Vares and is located near the old medieval castle Bobovac, the residence of the Bosnian kings. The village became famous in the Middle ages for the mi ...


Crnici, Čapljina

Crnići is a village in the municipality of the town of Chaplin in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Dindo, Konjic

Rinaldo is a village in the municipality of Konjic in the Bosnian entity of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. 43.5127778 latitude - longitude 18.3025 elevation: 700 m / 2297 ft Rinaldo is located in a mountainous rural area in the South-Easte ...




Donja Vogosca


Dracevo (Čapljina)








Gora (Vogosca)


Gorica, Čapljina







During the war 1992-1995, this was the front line between the Serb forces and Bosnian army, so he was destroyed, mostly from small arms. After the war he became an integral part of Federation, so most of the Serbs moved out, and housing has been ...


Kamenica (Vogosca)


Kobilja Glava

total: 2.866 "Yugoslavs" - 37 1.29%. Croats - 4 0.13%. The Serbs - 46 1.60%. Bosnians 2.750 95.95%. (Боснийцы 2.750 95.95%) Other and unknown - 29 1.01%. Mjesna zajednica Kobilja head The local community Kobilja head is part of Vogosca the munici ...






Ljubina – Poturovici


Lokve, Čapljina


Lukavica Rijeka






Perca (Vogosca)





Prusac is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Central Bosnia Canton, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is one of the oldest villages in the valley Skopaljska located in the upper reaches of the river Vrbas. It is located a few kil ...



Semizovac is a village in the municipality of Vogosca, near Sarajevo Canton, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It consists of multiple business complexes centred on the infamous intersection semizovac.


Sevas Njive



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