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According to watchtutorials, the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina is estimated to be 3.5 million people. According to the 2013 census, Bosniaks make up 48 percent of the population, Serbs make up 37.1 percent, and Croats make up 14.3 percent. There are also other ethnic groups in the country, including Roma, Jews, Ukrainians, and Albanians. The majority of the population lives in urban areas, with Sarajevo being the largest city and capital. Other major cities include Banja Luka, Zenica, Tuzla, Mostar and Bijeljina. The official language is Bosnian; however many people are bilingual or multilingual in one or more of the three main languages: Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian (BCS). English is also becoming increasingly popular among young people as a second language. The vast majority of the population is Muslim (50 percent), with a small percentage of Orthodox Christians (31 percent) and Catholics (15 percent). See iamhigher for Bosnia and Herzegovina Population and Language.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Bosnia Herzegovina: Political System According to COMPUTERMINUS.COM, Bosnia and Herzegovina has been a republic since 1992 and has had a new constitution since April 2002. It has a two-chamber parliament, which is composed of the House of Representatives (42 seats, election every 4 years) and the Chamber of Nations (15 seats; election every 4 years).… Read More »

How to get to Bosnia and Herzegovina

Overview Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in Europe according to softwareleverage. Bosnia-Herzegovina is geographically characterized by its green, mountainous landscape, which is best explored from one of the national parks. The country that suffered the terrible war in the Balkans in the 1990s is still scarred by the events of that time. The infrastructure… Read More »