Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Staggering Scenery and Beautiful Towns

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Sarajevo – a place that crams in so much history, beauty and heartbreak it can make your head spin. Picturesque Jajce, a small walled mountain town 100 miles from the capital, has a 22m-high waterfall at its heart. The ancient capital of the Bosnian kings, with a fort, catacombs and a multi-ethnic population, it was also the birthplace of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, formed during the second world war, and the town’s AVNOJ Museum offers a fascinating dive into 20th-century history.