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Bosnia and Herzegovina - On a Map!

Name the geographical features of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the map below, as well as every city in the country with a population of at least 100.000.
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Last updated: October 15, 2020
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Geographical Features
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Feature
Political entity
Republika Srpska
River
Sava
Tallest mountain - elevation 2,386
Maglić
Mountain range
Dinaric Alps
Largest natural park
Una National Park
Biggest lake
Buško Blato
Biggest Cities
Pop
City
275 k
Sarajevo
185 k
Banja Luka
111 k
Tuzla
110 k
Zenica
107 k
Bijeljina
105 k
Mostar
6 Comments
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Level 70
Oct 15, 2020
I hope I didn't over-saturate the information with wartime history. Based on what I've heard, scars from the war which took place 25 years ago are still commonplace in Bosnia. Buildings have bullet holes dotting them, and bomb damage has been patched up in such a manner that you can tell what got hit and where. The country is also ridden with landmines, and it can be extremely dangerous to wander off of paths (should you get the chance to visit). That being said, Bosnia is an amazing and beautiful country, and one of the places I most want to visit when I have the chance.
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Level 51
Oct 17, 2020
I heard that Northern Bosnia is covered with landmines.
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Level 70
Oct 17, 2020
They are widespread, here is a map based on the situation in 2008. They have been working to clear the mines but this is a problem that will continue for decades, at least.
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Level 45
May 11, 2021
Used to live in southern bosnia and can attest to that landmines are still everywhere. First day in school (moved there when I was 16) we were given a lesson in how to avoid landmines (essentially don't walk where there aren't roads) since they haven't been able to locate them all yet.
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Level 70
May 11, 2021
Thank you for the insight, I heard too that stepping off of demarkated trails can be a death sentence. It is really important to know these things, especially for someone like me who is curious and might want to explore a little more.
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Level 55
Oct 15, 2020
WOW!!