With regard to celebration of the Sovereignty Day of Bosnia and Herzegovina, students of English Language and Literature Department together with Prof. Dr. Senad Bećirović had a trip to two historical cities, Jajce and Travnik. The aim was to acquaint students with a part of the rich culture and history of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the City of Jajce students visited breathtaking Pliva Waterfall uniquely located in the city where river Pliva meets river Vrbas, with the hight of 22 meters that makes it sixth largest in the world. Afterwards a group climbed all the way up to the Old town and authentic historical Jajce Fortress, built in the 14. Century.
After enjoying in the beauties of Jajce, students traveled back to Travnik, where they visited the Medieval Castle, which was, according to assumptions, built in 15. Century. The end of the journey was embellished by the visit to significant cultural and the oldest educational institution in Travnik, Madrasah of Elci Ibrahim Pasha built during Ottoman Empire.