Well guys in this post we bring you story about beautiful bosnian city, Tuzla.

The settlement of Tuzla has always been closely tied to its salt resources. It goes from Greece, when Greeks were aware of the region’s salt.  Tuzla received its name much later. The present-day name is derived from the Turkish word Tuz, meaning salt. The first Ottoman document recording the exploitation of Tuzla’s saltwater springs dates from 1548.

When the Ottomans came in 1460, production increased fivefold and the settlement greatly gained in importance. Due to vast reforms in the 17th-century Ottoman administration, a freer development of the town economy occurred. With the introduction of modern crafts, Tuzla developed into the administrative centre of the Zvornik sandzak and became an important communications, military, trade and cultural centre in northeast Bosnia.

In the end of Ottoman’s rule Tuzla had approximately 5,000 inhabitants, making it one of the largest towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Many buildings from Ottoman times remain in Tuzla. Turalibeg’s Mosque, with a typical stone minaret, was built in the 16th century and still stands today. The Austro-Hungarians introduced more modern methods for salt and coal exploitation, and Tuzla became an integral part of the empire’s economy. The city continued to play an important economic role in Yugoslavia.

City is the economic, scientific, cultural, educational, health and tourist centre of northeast Bosnia.

Skakavac Waterfall – Outstanding Beauty in Sarajevo

Skakavac Waterfall is located 12 km north of Sarajevo, above the village Nahorevo. This is one of the biggest and most beautiful waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a true tourist attraction.

The waterfall is 98 meters high and is located in a landscape of extraordinary beauty. The water flow of Skakavac Waterfall is not really giant, but because of its towering height of 98 meters it splits into smaller waterfalls, drops and water sprays, which makes a water spray and is the reason of the most beautiful, and highest waterfalls in the country.

The surrounding area is one of the most heterogenic in the area, dominated by spruce-fir forests and beech-fir forest, with spruce on severe slopes. On shallow carbon grounds in the vicinity of the waterfall, there are termofil forests and underbrushes of eastern hornbeam and autumn locust as well as eastern hornbeam and manna ash. Especially interesting is the vegetation on the rocks around the waterfall, which is rich in endemic species.

Skakavac Waterfall ViewWaterfall Skakavac, in many ways is remarkable, as it is one of the most attractive tourist motives in the vicinity of Sarajevo. Skakavac has an exceptional value and rarity, and very important environment. Skakavac Waterfall falls into the category of one of the most beautiful natural attractions in and around Sarajevo.

Reaching the waterfall is easiest with car, driving to Nahorevo or with a van for hire up to Sutjeska Street. You have to continue on foot from there (about 7 km) using the well marked paths and you can choose whether to come above or down under the waterfall. Down the path you will see many places with tables and benches ideal for picnics. The paths of Skakavac are famous and beloved by mountain bikers, as well as those wanting an easy walk and rest in nature. Skakavac Waterfall is enlisted in the worlds BASE JUMP locations, under the name Gogo Base jump Skakavac.
A day spent in nature, surrounded with spruce-fir and beech-fir forests, where you can hear only the song of birds and the roar of the water, will make you enjoy the scene and you will find yourself wanting to come back soon. And, of course, respect this beauty and don’t litter you so that this beautiful nature can keep its beauty and be an inspirations for guests to follow.

 

Take a closer look:

Skakavac Waterfall