What is Sarajevo?

  • (noun): Capital and largest city of Bosnia; scene of the assassination of Francis Ferdinand in 1914 which precipitated World War I.

Sarajevo

Sarajevo (Cyrillic: Сарајево) is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with an estimated population of over 411,161 people within its administrative limits. It is also the capital of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity, as well as the center of the Sarajevo Canton, which has a population of 578,757. Nestled within the greater Sarajevo valley of Bosnia, it is surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated along the Miljacka River in the heart of Southeastern Europe and the Balkans.

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Saša Petrović (actor)
... Saša Petrović (born 2 January, 1962 in Sarajevo) is a Bosnian actor ... He was the star of the film "It's Hard to be Nice" and poses with his "Heart of Sarajevo" best actor award at Bosnian National Theatre during the 13th Sarajevo ... movies from the world and 43 movies from the region competing for "Heart of Sarajevo" awards ...
Ljubica Ostojić - Poetry
... VRIJEME ZA UKRAS (The Time for Adornment) Svjetlost Sarajevo 1969 (as Ljubica Ostojić-Finci) ... I KAMENJA (Under the Timbers and Stones) Svjetlost Sarajevo 1973 ... JE DO RIJEČI (It Came to the Words) Svjetlost Sarajevo 1976 ...
Literature About Ljubica Ostojić’s Work
... Lee, The Singers of Lamentation cities under siege, from Ur to Jerusalem and Sarajevo, Brill Leiden 2002, pp ... roman Ljubice Ostojić', in Život Journal for Literature and Culture (Sarajevo) 55/2 (2008), pp ... Premec, 'Iz poetike Ljubice Ostojić', in Novi Izraz Journal for Literature and Art (Sarajevo) 45-46 (July–December 2009), pp ...
Marko Vego - Bibliography
... Srednjovjekovni nadgrobni spomenici Bosne i Hercegovine VI, Sarajevo, 1954 Don Ivan Musić i Hrvati u Hercegovačkom ustanku 1875.–1878 ... godine, Sarajevo, 1955 (self-published) Naselja srednjovekovne bosanske države, Sarajevo, 1957 Historijska karta srednjovjekovne bosanske države, Sarajevo, 1957, 1978 ... godine, Čitluk, 1981 Postanak srednjovjekovne bosanske države, Sarajevo, 1982 ...
Sarajevo - Culture - Sports
... After co-hosting the Southeast Europe Friendship games, Sarajevo was awarded the 2009 Special Olympic winter games, but cancelled these plans ... In 2011 Sarajevo was the host city of the 51st World Military Skiing Championship with over 350 participants from 23 different nations ... Football (soccer) is popular in Sarajevo the city hosts FK Sarajevo and FK Željezničar, which both compete in European and international cups and ...