Mostar


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Mo·star

 (mô′stär′)
A city of southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The chief Turkish administrative and commercial center of Herzegovina from the 1500s, it passed to Austria in 1878 and to Yugoslavia after World War I. In 1993 ethnic Croats proclaimed the city the capital of the breakaway Croat republic Herceg-Bosna, and many structures, including a historic 16th-century bridge, were destroyed as a result of fighting between Muslims, Croats, and Serbs.
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Mostar Mayor Ljubo BeA!lic urged politicians to continue dialogue and find a way for local elections to take place in Mostar after 11 years.
Tenders are invited for Construction of the storage facility for temporary wastedisposal "Opine" for the needs of the branch "Elektrodistribucija" Mostar
The Prime Ministers of Macedonia and Greece, Zoran Zaev and Alexis Tsipras, and their counterparts from Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina are going to hold a quadrilateral meeting in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Monday, reports Greek news agency ANA-MPA.
University Professor Stevo Pendarovski, advisor to President Trajkovski at the time, did not fly to Mostar because he was instructed by the President himself to go to Dublin.
EXPERIENCE one of the most bizarre festivals in Europe with a Balkan Road Trip and witness death-defying dives from Mostar Bridge during the day, then dance the night away in one of the city''s clubs.
The Mostar Bridge Diving Festival is one of the most bizarre in the whole of Europe | Dubrovnik, where the trip departs from
Vlado Majstorovic: "Upravljanje proizvodnjom i projektima - Production and Project Management", (in Croatian) DAAAM International University Book, Editor: B Katalinic, ISBN 3-901509-23-2, DAAAM International Vienna and University of Mostar, Mostar - Vienna, 2001 (Promotion at International Conference in Mostar, May 31st, 2001)
Having arrived in Bosnia to receive two years of education at the United World Colleges (UWC) in Mostar City, Kim Han Sol tries to "stay away" from journalists.
At the other end of the Bosnia and Herzegovina tourism spectrum lies Mostar. To the contrary of Jajce, which is hardly featured on tourists' brochures, Mostar is the country's tourism prima donna.
International Resource News-July 1, 2011--Energtek Herz doo Mostar starts natural gas conversion of Aluminij dd Mostar's anode production plant(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
The mayors of Dubrovnik, Mostar and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) met on Sunday in Mostar to discuss the construction of major highways that would connect their cities with large European routes.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that they decided to establish a technical working group for projects in Bosnian city of Mostar and in adjacent areas.