Eastern Srpska

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Eastern Srpska is region in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Consists of two parts: eastern Bosnia, which lies along the border with Serbia and eastern Herzegovina, which lies along the border with Montenegro.



  • Brčko
  • Bijeljina - one of the fastest growing cities
  • East Sarajevo (or Istočno Sarajevo, before Serbs Sarajevo)
  • Foča — an excellent base to explore the surrounding nature, including rafting in wild rivers, walking along deep canyons, and climbing up to Bosnia's highest peak
  • Trebinje — largest city in Eastern Herzegovina
  • Višegrad — town with many historical sights including Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge, a World Heritage site

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  • Jahorina Ski Resort
  • Romanija mountain
  • Stanišić etno village
  • Zelengora
  • Sutjeska National Park
  • spa Dvorovi
  • spa Guber
  • spa Višegrad
  • Church of Dormition of Mother of God in Čajniče
  • Dobrun monastery



Dominant language in the region is Serbian. given that the Serbian language has two decrypts, and used both Latin and Cyrillic.

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