Jedna si jedina

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Jedna si jedina
English: You Are the One and Only
You Are the One And Unique
Coat of Arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1998).svg

National anthem of  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Lyrics Dino Merlin, 1992
Music Dino Merlin
Adopted November 1992
Relinquished 10 February 1998

"Jedna si jedina" ("You Are the One and Only") was the national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1998.[1]

The music was taken from the old Bosnian folk song "S one strane Plive" ("On the far bank of the Pliva river" or "On the other side of the Pliva river"), and the lyrics were written by Bosnian singer Dino Merlin. It was adopted in November 1992, several months after independence in March 1992. A new anthem - "The National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina" - was adopted in 1999. "Jedna si jedina" is still considered to be the real anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Bosniaks. Many Bosniaks still sing this anthem because they believe that it should be the official anthem of the country, and because the current anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina does not have any official lyrics.[2]



  1. ^ The One and Unique
  2. ^ Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina's anthem - "Jedna si Jedina"