Bosnia and Herzegovina Map
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a European sovereign state, with its capital in Sarajevo, located on the Balkan Peninsula, in the south-east of the continent, and whose borders are bordered by Croatia, to the north, west and South; Serbia to the East; Montenegro to the East and South; and the Adriatic Sea to which it looms in the south at a small point not reaching 10 km.
In 1992 it gained its independence as a Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as one of the six constituent federal units of the former Yugoslavia that emerged at the end of the First World War, and was constituted as a federal republic under the terms of the Dayton agreements, which provided for its administration under the tutelage of a high representative elected by the Council of the European Union. Its structure is decentralized and divided into two entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and The Republika Srpska.
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