Introducing a new "MUST SEE" video about Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combining in a few minutes, the most important things that can be seen in this beautiful country.
My adopted home is in this small Balkan country, known for its diverse culture, stunning landscapes, and rich history. Despite its relatively small size, this country offers a wide range of tourist attractions for visitors to explore.
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The past few days has seen the release of what I consider, is the best video to date, showing this country as a world class travel destination.
Produced by Banja Luka travel vlogger, Robert Dasečin this short video encapsulates in an exciting way all this country has.
⬇️ I highly recommend watching the video which is embedded below ⬇️.
Although I have already done a lot of videos about Bosnia and Herzegovina, this one is completely different from anything I have done so far. First of all, I wanted to present what we offer in a different way in as few minutes as possible and to interest other people in visiting us. Somehow, to combine in a few minutes the most important things that can be seen in our country, but do not leave out the spirit of our people. I also wanted this video to be in English, so that people in other countries could understand it more easily. Basically, I hope you like it and enjoy it and share it with your friends out there. Many thanks to Olga Skerletović Đorđević, who starred in this video, with whom we had a great time during the filming, and to Lejla Piljević Kezo, who played the violin on Trebević and froze in the process - Robert Dasečin
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