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The "Skakavac" Nature Monument

Prostor spomenika prirode “Skakavac“ nalazi se 12 km sjeveroistočno od grada Sarajeva. Ukupna površina zaštićenog područja iznosi 1.430,70 ha (oko 1,14%). Proglašen je spomenikom prirode tokom 2002. godine, na osnovu evaluacije prirodnih vrijednosti u skladu sa kategorizacijom IUCN-a te spada u III kategoriju. Sa planinom Ozren čini jedinstveni geomorfološki kompleks sa vrlo izraženom horizontalnom i vertikalnom raščlanjenošću reljefa.

October 13 - International Day for Disaster Reduction

International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction is dedicated to preserving the environment and preventing the risk of natural disasters. The initiative began in 1989 following a call by the United Nations General Assembly, which sees this day as a way to promote a culture of risk awareness and risk reduction which includes disaster prevention, mitigation and preparedness to respond.

September 16 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer

Today is the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. The ozone layer is a layer in the stratosphere at an altitude of between 15 and 35 km, which has a relatively high concentration of ozone (O3). In 1994, the 16th of September was proclaimed the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a member of these international environmental treaties.

September 14 - International Rainforest Day

Today is International Rainforest Day. Through these lines, we want to display the importance of rainforests in the world, and especially tropical rainforests, which are certainly the most famous. There are eleven rainforests and rainforest reserves that have been registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina so far.


Stolac – A Treasury of the Over-centuries, an Open-air Museum, a Crossroad of Civilisations and much more

In the year in which tourism experienced a real cataclysm, the road took us to Stolac, to be inspired by the Letters of Gorčin, an event that gathered all the poetic intellect of the former Yugoslavia and to break the dream of the stone sleepers - stećak tombstones in Vidovo polje. The first feeling is that Stolac has been preparing to step on the tourist scene for a long time. You can feel it and see it on every stone that has been diligently laid years ago, but also in the desire that burns like the Herzegovinian sun of those young people gathered around the StolacX project, about which we will certainly write more, to position Stolac on the tourist map and bring it back to life. So let’s go in order, geographically.