Many civilizations have settled at this place and have fought for it during different periods of time. The town has been frequently changing rulers, and the fortress of Jajce was the last one to fall in the hands of the Ottomans. On 29 November 1943 in Jajce, was held session of AVNOJ (The Anti-Fascist Council of the People's Liberation of Yugoslavia) that was one of the most important moments in the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was confirmed as an equal federal unit within the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
sapien urna gravida. Etiam aliquet venenatis aliquet. ornare sodales imperdiet. Donec necTravnik is situated in the valley of the river Lasva and sarounded by Vlasic mountain from the north and mountain Vilenica from the south. In historical records the valley was mentioned in 1244, and the period of Turkish rule has renewed the old fame of Travnik. Travnik has been a capital city and military center of the Ottoman Empire in Bosnia and Herzegovina. For more than 150 years Travnik was the residential city of the vizier – sultan’s representative, having Travnik as a center of diplomacy and trade. Travelers were impressed by the city and have named it as the European Istanbul.