List of World Heritage Sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, established in 1972. Below is the list and the tentative list of sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina.(For the criteria see the Selection criteria)

List of inscribed monuments[edit]

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Location of UNESCO World Heritage Sites within Bosnia and Herzegovina
The name Name Date[1] Criteria Provinces Images
Main list [2]
Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge in Višegrad 2007 II,IV Republika Srpska, Sarajevo Macro Region Visegrad Drina Bridge 1.jpg
Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar 2005 VI Herzegovina-Neretva Canton Stari Most22.jpg

Tentative list[edit]

The name Name Date[3] Criteria Provinces Images
Tentative list [4]
Sarajevo - unique symbol of universal multiculture - continual open city (N.I.) 1997 V Sarajevo old city.jpg
The natural monument Vjetrenica cave with architectural ensamble of village Zavala [5] 2004 and 2007 VII,X Ravno Municipal, west end of Popovo polje Vjetrenica Cave.JPG
The natural and architectural ensemble of Jajce 2006 II,III,IV,V,VI,VII Jajce municipality Vodopad u Jajcu.jpg
The historic urban site of Počitelj 2007 II,III,IV,V,VI Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, Čapljina Municipality Počitelj - pano.jpg
The natural and architectural ensemble of Blagaj 2007 II,III,IV,V,VI,VII  : Blagaj - Mostar municipality, Hercegovina-Neretva kanton Blagaj 1.jpg
The natural and architectural ensemble of Blidinje 2007 I,III,IV,VI,VII,VIII,IX,X Posušje, Tomislavgrad, Jablanica, Prozor and Mostar municipality, Hercegovina-Neretva kanton (county) Blidinjsko jezero (23 ha, hl. max. 3,5 m) z Maleho Vranu.jpg
The natural and architectural ensemble of Stolac 2007 II,III,IV,V,VI,VII Stolac - Stolac municipality, Hercegovina-Neretva kanton (county) Stolac.jpg
Stećaks - Mediaeval Tombstones 2009 - 2014 II,III,VI Joint Cultural Heritage by the four countries in 2009.[6] The ministers of culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro gave together the joint documentation for the nomination of the Stećaks to UNESCO president Irina Bokova on the 30th june 2014 [7] BiH, Radimlja necropolis 5.jpg

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ Date is the Inscription date for the Main list and Submission date for the Tentative list
  2. ^ UNESCO Official page for main list
  3. ^ Date is the Inscription date for the Main list and Submission date for the Tentative list
  4. ^ UNESCO Official page for Tentative list UNESCO Official page for main list
  5. ^ Submitted two times, in 2004 and in 2007
  6. ^ Sito-Sucic, Daria (November 2, 2009). "Balkans to nominate medieval tombstones to U.N. list". Reuters. 
  7. ^ http://radiosarajevo.ba/novost/156960/kulturno-blago-stecci-zvanicno-nominovani-za-zastitu-unesco-a