Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill, Visoko

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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3.6/5 based on 70 reviews on the web
Walk along the remains of a medieval royal castle town at Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill. Bosnian King Tvrtko I was the first to mention the town in his writings in 1355. The hill became the focus of international attention in 2005, when expatriate Bosnian author Semir Osmanagic promoted it as the largest of a group of ancient man-made pyramids. Its four slopes, a flat top, and an entrance to underground tunnels led Osmanagic to believe that the hill was an ancient artificial edifice. Scientific investigations, however, concluded that it is a natural geological formation known as a flatiron. Put Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Zenica-Doboj Canton itinerary planner.
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  • Interesting tour multilingual, am the spiritual found but nevertheless very interesting. Occurs 10 KM we had a young ca 70 minutes at the pyramid, also multilingual. Took much time and explained to us very much as a leadership should be. Alone 5 KM, with Guide 10KM duration 30 min
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  • There are two things to see. The first one is only view from the outside. They show you some blocks that might be one side of the pyramide and the other one (it's 10min away by car) is actual entrance...  read more »
  • A more exciting place. If this was all is, then the world history will be rewritten. From my point of view, this will probably happen. Very great and friendly leaders who have shown us all and explains.
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