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Bosnia and Herzegovina Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry According to cheeroutdoor.com,… Read More »

Bosnia and Herzegovina Arts and Music

CULTURE: ART Although some traces of a penetration of Western architectural forms can be identified, of which the most significant example is the Benedictine basilica of Trebinje, a significant Christian monumental architecture did not develop in the medieval period in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Starting from the sec. XII instead the Bogomila religion, of Manichean inspiration,… Read More »

Bosnia and Herzegovina Culture

(Bosna i Hercegovina). State of the Balkan Peninsula (51,209 km²). Capital: Sarajevo. Administrative division: Croatian-Muslim Federation (FCM), divided into 10 cantons, and the Serbian Republic, consisting of 7 regions. Population: 4,377,033 (2009 estimate). Language: Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian (official). Religion: Sunni Muslims (43%), Orthodox (29.9%), Catholics (18%), others (9.1%). Monetary unit: convertible mark (linked by… Read More »

Bosnia and Herzegovina Children and School

Differences in the country In Bosnia and Herzegovina, teaching is characterized by great differences, depending on the region in which you are staying. This is due to the division of the country into the two parts of the “Bosnian-Croatian Federation” and the “Republika Srpska” (Serbian Republic). There is a further division into cantons within the… Read More »

Mostar Travel Guide

War-torn Mostar is a fascinating holiday destination in Bosnia. Traces of war are still visible in beautiful Mostar. For travelers, Mostar is one of the most fascinating destinations in the Balkans. According to iTypeJob, Sarajevo  is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The barren Mostar is known for its Stari Most bridge. However, this center of… Read More »