Create your own video on studio.stupeflix.com/?w=1 ! Bosnia in 10th century Bosnian state during Ban Kulin 1180-1204 Bosnian state during king Tvrtko 1353-1391 Borders of Bosnian state in second part of 15th century Bosnia and Herzegovina in second part of 19th century. Kulin Ban's plate found in Biskupići, near Visoko. The Višegrad bridge crossing the river Drina, built during the Ottoman Era. Sarajevo - Baščaršija. The building of the Assembly of the City of Banja Luka. A Monument commemorating the Battle of Sutjeska in eastern B&H. Momo and Uzeir towers in Sarajevo. Situation on the ground in the closing days of the war. Serb controlled territory - red, Croat - blue, Bosniak - green. Identified victims of the 1995 Srebrenica Massacre. Building of the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Red flower from central Bosnia. 200 KM (Convertible Mark) bill of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Legal tender coins from Bosnia-Herzegovina. Neum, the Bosnian-Herzegovinian Coastline. Waterfalls in Jajce. Bileća lake. Estimates of Bosniak percentage in BiH municipalities for 2005. Ethnic composition of Bosnia & Herzegovina in 1991 (local community data). Serbs - red, Croats - blue, Bosniaks - green. The different colours show the largest single ethnic croup in each commune. Ethnic composition of Bosnia & Herzegovina in In Bosnia and Herzegovina Sunni Islam is the largest single religious group with an estimated 40% being Muslim. The second largest religious group in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Serb Orthodox Christianity, accounting for an estimated 35%, and the third largest religious group in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Roman Catholicism.