Bosnia and Herzegovina Bordering Countries: Croatia
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Where are Bosnia and Herzegovina?
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Cities:
Banja Luka, Bihac, Bijeljina, Bosanski Brod, Brcko, Cazin, Derventa, Foca, Gorazde, Gradacac, Gradiska, Mostar, Prijedor, Sanski Most, Sarajevo, Srebrenica, Stijena, Teslic, Tuzla, Zenica and Zvornik.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Locations:
Adriatic Sea, Blidinje Jezero, Bosna River, Busko Blato, Deransko Jezero, Dinaric Alps, Drijen Vrelo, Drina River, Jablanicko, Jezero, Neretva River, Sava River and Vrbas River.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Natural Resources:
Bosnia and Herzegovina has a diversity of mineral resources which include: iron ore, copper, zinc, cobalt, nickel, gypsum, sand, coal, bauxite, lead, chromite, manganese, clay, salt, forests and hydropower.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Natural Hazards:
Bosnia and Herzegovina has natural hazards, which include destructive earthquakes.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Environmental Issues:
Bosnia and Herzegovina have a number of environmental issues. These include air pollution from the country's metallurgical plants. The 1992-95 civil strife has caused the destruction of infrastructure and a water shortage. There are limited sites for disposing of urban waste. In addition, the country is encountering deforestation.
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