Bosnia and Herzegovina
Population: 4,622,163 ppl
Languages: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Currency: Convertible Mark (BAM)
Time zone: UTC+1
Phone code: +387
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a state located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. In fact there is no single state, but there is a conglomeration of two autonomous administrative units (in fact, states) Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska, and Brcko District, which is separate from both. Name of the country comes from the river Bosna and German title "Duke", which in XV century wore Governor Stefan Vukchich Kosach.
The country shares borders with the following countries: Croatia (west and north), Serbia (East), Montenegro (South-East). There is little way to the Adriatic Sea - the total length of the coastline is 24.5 km. The total area of the country is 51,197 square kilometers. The country's capital is the city of Sarajevo (with the total population of about 800 thousand people.). Major cities are Banja Luka, Tuzla, Zenica, Mostar, Travnik, Bihac, Travnik.
According to the constitution, Bosnia and Herzegovina is the "soft" confederation, whose members are independent in the economic, political and other fields of life.