Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Bosnia-Herzegovina
Босна-Херцеговина
Flag Emblem
Anthem:Народна Химна Босна-Херцеговина

National Anthem of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Location of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Yugoslav Federal Republic
Location of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Yugoslav Federal Republic
Cantonal map of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Cantonal map of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Capital
and largest city
Sarajevo
Official languages
Demonym Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnian
Government Unitary constitutional
parliamentary republic
 -  President Bakir Izetbegović
 -  Speaker of the
Legislative Council
Nebojša Radmanović
 -  Speaker of the
House of Representatives
Vjekoslav Bevanda
 -  Chief Justice Valentin Inzko
Legislature National Parliament
 -  Upper house Legislative Council
 -  Lower house House of Representatives
European representation
 -  European Council seats 2
 -  European Assembly seats 14 (1.86%)
History
 -  Unification c. 844 
 -  Kingdom c. 1265 
 -  Republic 25 November 1543 
 -  Current constitution 1 March 1692 
Area
 - Total51,197 km²
19,767 mi²
 -  Water (%) 0.8
Elevation
 -  Highest point
345 m
(1,132 ft)
 -  Mean 217.5 m
(714 ft)
 -  Lowest point TBD
90 m
(295 ft)
Population
 -  1710 census 3,871,643
 -  Density 75.62 / km²
(195.85 / mi²)
GDP (PPP) 1712 estimate
 -  Total ₴ 33.251 × 10⁹
 -  Per capita ₴ 8,590
GDP (nominal) 1712 estimate
 -  Total ₴ 19.122 × 10⁹
 -  Per capita ₴ 4,940
Gini (1712)36.2 medium
HDI (1712)0.731 high
QLI (1713) 6.96 medium
IEF (1713) 72.4 Mostly Free
Currency Bosnian dinar () (BHD)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CES (UTC+2)
Drives on the right
Calling code +387
Interlink TLD .ba.sv
Bosnia-Herzegovina (Bosnian: Босна-Херцеговина) is a country in southern Europa and a member State of the Yugoslav Federal Republic. Organized as a parliamentary constitutional republic, Bosnia-Herzegovina is a unitary state with well-developed systems of regional and local government. Its capital is Sarajevo, an ancient city that predates most of the modern political geography of Europa. With a population of just under four million, Bosnia-Herzegovina is least populated member States of the Yugoslav Federal Republic, one of the least populated States in the European Community, and one of the least populated States of southern Europa overall.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, even though small in area and population, is well known for its history, both Bosnian-Herzegovinian and pre-Bosnian, as well as its climate, tourism, national parks, winter sports, and culture.

Most Bosnians are conservative in ideology, and a large number of them are religious as well. The faith with the most adherents in the country is Bogomilism, followed by Manitism, Spiritism, Deism, and Atheism. Most Bosnians are also very superstitious, largely a result of the many different types of spirit-being that are native to country (especially the several types of Fae that are present in the region) and their interactions with humans and part-humans. For such a small area, the country is also home to a comparatively large number of vampires, with the most recent Census (1710) documenting roughly 32,750 vampires calling Bosnia-Herzegovina home. As with vampire communities in other countries, Bosnian vampires are well-organized, and they have their own government, which they call the Kingdom of Bosnia-Herzegovina (as a rule, most vampire political communities are organized as monarchies, with the main exception to this being the Russian Democratic Federative Republic).

Bosnia-Herzegovina hosted the XIV Winter Olympiad in 1684, which took place primarily in and around Sarajevo.

With an estimated per capita GDP of just  4,940 (1712), Bosnia-Herzegovina is among the poorest and least-developed of all the member States of the European Community, and benefits greatly from the various economic and human development funds established by the European Community for its member States. These funds help pay for the construction of new infrastructure, as well as the upgrade and maintenance of the existing infrastructure, improvements in the military, justice and public safety, educational, and healthcare systems in the country, as well as providing financial assistance to Bosnia-Herzegovina's cash-strapped national and local governments.

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