Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill, Visoko
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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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  • The Old Town of Visoki was a medieval royal castle town built during the 14th century on the top of the hill overlooking town of Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
  • On the road from Sarajevo to Banja Luka decided to visit Bosnian pyramids. Pyramid doubtful have man-made origins and their uniqueness in the scientific world has long been discussed. But the tourists it attracts, and the Bosnians pridpriimchivye extract bosniskie mark and the euro with the visitors. Generally, it is normal to pay money for some fake, but nicely arranged. Here at the entrance to the primykajushhjuju to the "pyramids" village locals Gypsy type trying to show knapechatannye ID card printer, seeming staff of National Park. Naturally, asked to pay cash for a ticket-travel, the same show guides at poddhode to the top. No one against payment, but there are great doubts that money from the tourists go into the budget of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the archaeological find in pyramids and maintenance of tourist infrastructure. The pyramids are located in several places from the town of Visocica within a radius of several kilometers. You can only get there by car.
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  • see and decide if you beleive or not. What is important-guide gave us great story about that and even that alone was worth visiting!