Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill, Visoko
(3.6/5 based on 75 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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  • 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! 
  • Weather you believe or not, pyramids and underground tunnels are extremely interesting and makes you to think. About history, politics, nice people and nation and about humans in general. Superb guide...  more »
  • Reviewed this place on January 2014. and after that went there 1 more time in 2015.. Came again on October 24.2016. with 2 friends. We really enjoy it. By now is cleared 1800m of the tunnel (last two ...  more »