Bosnia and herzegovina

Prayer times in Bosnia and herzegovina

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Payer Times for Cities in Bosnia and herzegovina

CityFajrSunriseDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
02:5205:1112:4916:5520:2722:36
02:5605:1612:5417:0020:3222:41
02:4405:0312:4016:4720:1922:27
02:4405:0412:4216:4920:2122:30
03:0205:1312:4616:5020:1922:21
02:5105:1212:5116:5720:2922:39
02:5505:0912:4416:4820:1922:23
03:0505:1312:4416:4620:1522:14
03:4806:0613:4317:4821:2023:28
02:5405:1012:4616:5120:2222:28

Prayer Times of Others Cities in Bosnia and herzegovina

About Bosnia and herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, often abbreviated as BiH, is a fascinating country located on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe. The country is bounded by Croatia to the north, west, and south, Serbia to the east, and Montenegro to the southeast, with a magnificent Adriatic Sea coastline to the southwest. Sarajevo, rich in history and cultural diversity, serves as its capital and largest city. The country's intriguing history dates back to the Neolithic age, with its strategic position being a convergence point of the Eastern Orthodox, Ottoman, and Roman worlds, making it a unique blend of cultures, religions, and architectures. Its population of about 3.5 million people is divided into three main ethnic groups: Bosniaks, Croats, and Serbs. These groups share a complex post-war co-existence after the Bosnian War of the 1990s. Bosnia and Herzegovina boasts a diverse natural landscape comprising of towering mountains, picturesque valleys, serene rivers, and a narrow coastline along the Adriatic Sea. Its economy relies heavily on industries such as metal, coal, and iron ore, agriculture, and an emerging tourism sector propelled by the country's rich history and stunning natural beauty. Despite a tumultuous past, Bosnia and Herzegovina stands as a symbol of resilience and unity, and its vibrant streets, historic landmarks, and warm people make it a captivating destination.