Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill, Visoko

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Geologic Formation
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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  • Nothing can prepare you for what you will experience. What you will start to find out. Then you realise you are part of an awakening. Simple, go, discover and tell everyone. What materials made the py...  more »
  • Believe in these pyramids or not, its nice to climb these hills in exploring. Green hills around us discover beauty of Bosnia. We have been in those tunels with the local guide who was very friendly a...  more »
  • Still doubt on these pyramids that would be old 10' 000 years, including the "pyramid of the Sun" which dominates the town of Visoko to its 250 meters, with its pyramidal shape, covered with forests. Getting there (there are stairs and a trail to the 2/3 of the climb) we actually see plates of a former cement that covers what would be a fitted Hill. At the top (not easy of access), there are the ruins of a castle of the Kings of Bosnia. Magnificent view. 3 km away, has the underground of Ravne (that would be connected to the pyramid) with its corridors meander and rooms containing some amazing ceramic stones with a rate of vibration energy beneficial for health.
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