Mostar is a fifth largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its cultural capital and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is located on the Neretva River. The city has a small airport, so you can get here the most convenient and fastest way by plane. There is also an other way, twice a day in the direction of Mostar shuttle bus from Dubrovnik. Along the way the shuttle service take four hours. Long enough but fine, successive types of windows will not let you get bored. There are number of expensive and normal range hotels, you can stay any of them depends on your budget. History of the city began with the building of a bridge over the Neretva River. The Ottomans, easily mastered enough land here, first erected a white stone crossing, and only then started for home. They surrounded the bridge from all sides and became his safe hands. Hence the name of the city. Mostar translated from Serbian as “guardian of the bridge.” Sentinel city was not too successful. During the Bosnian war, the bridge was almost completely destroyed. It was then restored in 2004. City Attractions In addition to the bridge, from which is really hard to look away, in the city there are other interesting sights.example, the city market. Tourists who come to Mostar, be sure to visit it. However, they walk along the stalls with souvenirs and ornaments not only for shopping, but for the sake of entertainment. Here you can feel the unique Turkish flavor. Also in the city there are many interesting buildings: the watch towers, houses noble citizens and monuments. Somehow amazingly in Bosnia and Herzegovina was the sculpture of Bruce Lee. The government thought that it would help in the unity of the people, stop the infighting between Muslims and Catholics. Let us say at once, the government made a mistake. The infighting going on, as if nothing had happened. Pitfalls Bosnian war in the past, but the memory of them still alive. People of different religions on good terms with each other.
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