If there is a little New Zealand in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it would be this place, a lake located on the mountain Vranica near Fojnica. The place is incredibly reminiscent of the greenery and magic of New Zealand, and perhaps the fictional Shire, which we saw in the movie Lord of the Rings.
In the far south of Bosnia and Herzegovina lies a city with 260 sunny days a year, Mediterranean climate, good people and excellent wine - Trebinje. When you come to Trebinje, my suggestion is to start the tour from what I call the "postcard of Trebinje", and that is the bridge of Ivo Andrić, which is located in the city center.
Bosnia and Herzegovina signed the Convention on Biodiversity on October 4, 2002. In this regard, Bosnia and Herzegovina is assessed as a country with an extremely high degree of biological diversity, and this wealth sets it apart at the regional, European and global levels.
The National Museum, for which we can certainly say is the largest museum institution in our country. Not only that, the National Museum is the oldest cultural and scientific institution of the modern type in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The building in which it is located today was built in 1913, according to the project of Karl Paržik.
After refreshing yourself with the local fruit and juice, you will step into a real journey to the Museum of Cultural Heritage because Počitelj is indeed the primordial historical treasure of our country. I doubt anyone remained indifferent to its beauty and uniqueness.
In this regard, we mark on April 26 World Day of Renewable Energy Sources, which aims to point out the need to research and apply renewable energy sources - water, sun, wind, geothermal sources, biogas, etc.