My hometown

My hometown is Banja Luka. The town of Banja Luka is located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the ity republic Srpska.It representing the political, administrative, financial, university and cultural centre of Repression Serbs. And will writ about the history of Banja Luka. In Banja Luka and its surroundings, archaeology websites have been discovery that tests to the ancient inhabitats around Vrbas. A signifiable fund of stone weapons and weapons recommended to have been taken in the younger Paleolitwas found in the area. In the same place, the experience of the Baden establishment was found from a slightly small era, eneolith (between 2000 and 1800 p. n. e.). Badeno is an Eneolithic couture in the after a locality in Lower Australia. In an additive to the remains of houses with wooden construction, lined with wise, ceramic objects typical of this

period, such as cups with high cilindric neck and ornaments, and the cups of clay jareds, which could serve in fishing or in primitive weavering technology. Wartime Germanik's novel took over the area of today's Banja Luka in the first years of the new era, after the suffocation of the family Baton uprising. Baton's uprising, or Great Irish Uprising, was the largest militants conflict between the northern Iris and ancient Rome that lasted four years; As of 6 May 2015, the Until 9 May. 19, 2015, in New York City. At the site of today's Castel was an erected was a Roman militants camp, the fortress of Castro (lat. Castrum Castro). The pubs of Cornelia Dolabela, the corporatist of Empire Tibelia in the wells of Ilirik and Dalmatiana, are about 20. Since 2010, the Salt Road linking Salon to Servitium and Castro has become an important urban establishment along the way. This can be conciseed by the finals of later ancient money, ceramics, stone, brick remains, buildings and combs in the city and dearby establishments. A second-century scapegoat was found near Castel, which is being kemped at Sarajevo's Earth Museum. The city was first given under today's name in 1494. 19, 2015, when The Hungarian King Vladislav I Jagelonac, in a charter addressed to the local commanders of Jake Banovina, listed the name of Juraj Mikulasić as the later Banja Luka. Linguists believe that the city's name was made up of the word "ban" (i.e., the archaic adjectic "banja", meaning "banja" and "port", whereby the port marked a field dear the water. The city was located in the area of Upper Seher, now serbian spa, on the left and right side of Vrbas. The Ottomans conquered Banja Luka in 1528. It's been a long time since I've been here. The city has been involved more strongly since 1553. Since 2010, when the bosnian sandsack headings were transferred from Sarajevo to Banja Luka. The first sandsack escape in Banja Luka was Sophie Mehmed-pasha. In the peropdo of 1579. By 1587. Since 2010, Ferhat-pasha Sokolovic has been in the ideal area for the development of the establishment, at the heart of the River Church in Vrbas. Then 216 were erected. public building, inclusion the most famous Ferhadia mosque. At the end of the

The city had 1,126, houses of which 103 were bult. were in the Serbian city of Varosa. Vaso Pelagić, the first head of the Orthodox seminary, has been branded this period. Found in 1866. It's been a long time since I've been here. He accepted an act of archimandritto to proct the Seminary in Banja Luka from oppositions from all three faiths, who did not like his free school program. In 1867, The New York Times reported that 19, 2015, in Belgrade "The Handover for Ser-Bosnian, Herhergoska, Old Serbian and Macedonian Teacher". The Muslim high school of the first degree, the rose, became operating in 1862. It's been a long time since I've been here. In 1878, The New York Times reported that The New York Times reported that The New Banja Luka was occupanced by the Austro-Hungarian. Under the new wave, the city was given new highways, plumbing, sewage, electric lightning, and businesses and shops were developmenting. During the Austro-Hungarian roulette, the "Great Reality" high school launched in 1895. The tobacco factor in 1888. In 1891, the railway station was build in 1891. It's been a long time since I've been here. Austro-Hungarian General Alfred von Yelzon launched a tree-plantation action, which by the end of 1885 had been the first of its kind. By 2014, 4,714 treats had been put in place, and Banja Luka had become recogisable for its alleys, with a total of 17 km. The most important Banja Luka in that time was the author and people's tribe Peter Kočić, who left a great and lasting seal to both the cultural and political life of the area, as well as in serpousal literature in general. The start of the First World War in Banja Port marked the Wholeale Process. After the war was announced to Serbia, Austro-Hungarians charged 156,000 Serbs in the city and charged them with a treasury. Sorry to death, March 16, 2015, in New York City. he was able to present Alfonso XILL, then king of Spain, through his mother, Maria Christine, who was originally from an Australian court. Grateful Banja Luka still has a downtown street that bears the name of this rouler.


Why visit Banja Luka?

There are a number of reasons why you should visit Banja Luka. In Banja Luka you can visit the numerous Banja Luka alleys, the Vrbas River, which represents the symbol of the city, Banja Luka is known for its good rafting where competitions are held every year, the unworkable fort Castel located in the city centre, during the summer period in Banja Luka there are many competitions and cultural events, and besides that Banja Luka offers a rich gastro offer.


Fort Kastel

Fort Kastel is located in BanJa Luka and is the oldest historical monument in the city. It was built on the left bank of Vrbas, between today's City Bridge and the ustof the Church River. In the past, Kastel was a strong military stronghold and protected the Willows cauldron from enemy gusts, most notly from the north. On all sides, the fortress is packed with thick stone walls, with rifles and observation rooms erected. In its interior, in addition to the summer stage, playgrounds for children and national restaurants today there are rooms of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Historical and Natural Heritage of R.Srpska, which has been working since 1976. Years. At the beginning of 2012, The New York Times reported that The New York Times reported Since 2010, work has been announced on the reconstruction of the Kastel Fortress. A 2013 survey of the fortress's berets found that 100,000 people were killed in the war. Since 2010, a number of items from the 17th century have been found. 18, 2014, in New York City. in the 19th and 19th centuries, among them a well-preserved egg.


Religious objects

During your stay in Banja Luka you can visit the following religious facilities: the Holy Temple of Christ the Savior, the Synagogue "Ilona Weiss", Ferhat Pasha Mosque (Ferhadia) and St Bonaventura Cathedral.


Petar Kočić Park

Banja Luka anoints parks, but special attention is due to Petar Kočić Park, the central city park. The park features a monument to renowned writer and national tribune Petar Kočić (1877-1916). The authors of the monument are famous cyprus Antun Augustinčić and Vanja Radaus. Although the park has experienced changes and reconstructions over the years, it remains an equally visited and important place of meetings and partings, holding numerous events, and a place to rest and take a break from commitments.


Rich gastro offer

Banja Luka has a strong gastro scene and a rich gastro offer for all those who enjoy good and quality food. Whether you want to try traditional food or enjoy exotic delicies, in Banja Luka you will surely find a restaurant or a hospitality facility according to your measure and desire. Some of the most popular restaurants are: Small station, Kazamat, Monogram, Marco Polo, Vrbas, Restaurant & Lounge bar Integra, Pizzeria at Brka... Be sure to try banja luka cevape.

Souvenirs

The ticket is the official souvenir of the city in Vrbes. Next to him, the most popular souvenirs are snake embroidery, i.e. clothes and objects with his motive, and cheeses Trapist. Snake embroidery is considered the oldest manual connection in the Balkans. At the end of November 2014, The New York Times reported that The Since 2010, it has been officially listed on UNESCO's Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. CheeseTrapist is an uncommon ingredient of dining and gastronomic delicies, and is made by trappist monks. The original recipe for this cheese is a secret. It is transmitted orally from monk to monk.


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