Historical site spots worth of visiting and exploring:
- Synagogue in SA
- The Serbian Orthodox Cathedral
- Eternal Flame
- National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Sarajevo Tunnel Museum
- Asim Ferhatović Hase
- Spring of River Bosna
- National Library
- The building of the BiH Parliament
- Ali Pasha Mosque
- Bosmal city center
- Emperor\\\'s Mosque
- Church of St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel
- Gazi Husrev-Bey\'s Mosque
- Sacred Heart Cathedral
- Latin Bridge
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is largest urban, cultural, economical and transportation center, it is the capital of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Through the city flows the river Miljacka, and around the City of Sarajevo are the Olympian mountains Jahorina, Bjelašnica, Igman, Treskavica and Trebević.
Sarajevo is a relatively small city if we compare it with large world capitals, but its name is known better than of some major world cities due to rich spiritual, historical and natural features.
In 1914th in Sarajevo was killed the Austro-Hungarian throne Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, by which was begun the First World War. Seventy years later, in a year 1984, the 14th Olympic Winter Games were held. During the early 1990s, the city’s name has often been at newspaper’s front pages around the world, because it has lead one of the bloodiest wars in recent European history. The city was for 1425 days under the constant siege by Serbian forces.
Travel guide Lonely Planet has placed in 2006, Sarajevo on the 43rd place for the most beautiful cities in the world! In 2009th Sarajevo was one of the ten cities that is worth a visit.