Bosnia and Herzegovina's Information
|Land Area||51,187 km2|
|Water Area||10 km2|
|Total Area||51,197km2 (#125)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$42.53 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$11,000|
|More Information||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
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The Bosnia and Herzegovina flag was officially adopted in February, 1998.
The blue and white colors are from the Pan-Slavic Tricolore. The prominent gold shield is taken from the arms of King Stephen Tvrtho, 1376-1391.
Larger Bosnia and Herzegovina flag
Bosnia and Herzegovina Coat of Arms:
Bosnia and Herzegovina's coat of arms was adopted in 1998.
The three-pointed shield represents each of the three major ethnic groups of the country, while the design itself mirrors that of the national flag.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Trivia
What Languages are Spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian are official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
What Languages Are Spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
What is the Biggest City in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Sarajevo is Bosnia and Herzegovina's largest city and capital of the country. Banja Luka and Luka are the second and third biggest cities in the country.
The Biggest Cities In Bosnia And Herzegovina
What is the Major Religion of Bosnia and Herzegovina?
The religious demographics of Bosnia and Herzegovina are as follows: Islam at 51%, Eastern Orthodox Christian at 31%, Roman Catholic at 15%, other at 2% and Atheist/Agnostic at 1%.
Religious Demographics Of Bosnia And Herzegovina
What is the Largest Ethnic Group in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Bosniaks are South Slavic nation and ethnic group dominating Bosnia and Herzegovina population, and they constitute 50.1% of the total population in the country. The second largest ethnic group in the country are the Serbs, which account for 30.8% of the country's total population.
Largest Ethnic Groups Of Bosnia And Herzegovina
Are There Any UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina include the Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge and the Mostar Old Bridge Area.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Bosnia And Herzegovina
What Was The Bosnian War?
The Bosnian War took place between April 6,1992 and December 14, 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The war was part of the breakup of the Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia.