Citadel Počitelj

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Citadel Počitelj is a castle in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the valley of the river Neretva, one of the pillars of the Turks was in Počitelj. This fortress was built by King Tvrtko I of Bosnia in 1383, and had a role of control through the valley in the sea. Citadel Počitelj is 45 metres (148 ft) above sea level.[1]

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Coordinates: 43°08′02″N 17°43′48″E / 43.134°N 17.730°E / 43.134; 17.730