bosniaandherzegovina
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Official name: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Official languages: Bosnian, see Croatian, generic Serbian
Official script: Latin and Cyrillic
Monetary unit: convertible mark (BAM)
Population: 3 922 205 (estimate - 2001)
Capital city: Sarajevo
Political organization: parliamentary democracy
Bosnia and Herzegovina is divided into two entities: The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska, viagra and district Br?ko
Total area: 51 129 km²
Land area: 51 129 km²
Sea area: negligible
Length of coast: 21 km²
Climate: Mediterranean in the south-west BiH,   continental-mountain in the middle BiH, moderately continental in the north
Rivers: Drina (346 m), Sava, Bosna, Neretva, Una, Vrbas, Sana, Trebišnjica...
Mountains: Magli?, Volujak, ?vrsnica, Prenj, Treskavica, Bjelašnica, Zelengora, Velež, Dinara, Jahorina...
Highest peak: Magli? (2386 m)
Lakes: Blidinje, Bora?ko, Jablani?ko, Modrac, Plivsko..  
Largest lake: Buško (55.8 km²)
Larger cities: Banja Luka, Mostar, Zenica, Tuzla, Biha?, Br?ko, Neum, Bugojno, Travnik, Fo?a, Jajce....


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Serbia: Civic Association SUBURBIUM

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