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About the map
Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) is located in Southeast Europe within the Balkans. It borders 3 other European countries. First, Croatia wraps all the way around from the west to the north. Then, Serbia and Montenegro border the east side of the country.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is not entirely landlocked because the western tip reaches the Adriatic Sea with about 20 kilometers of coastline at the town of Neum. Also, it’s a relatively newer country and was founded in 1992 (formerly Bosnia). Sarajevo is the capital and largest city in the country.Bosnia and Herzegovina in Google Maps
Bosnia and Herzegovina Satellite Map
Bosnia and Herzegovina occupies an area of 51,129 square kilometers (19,741 sq mi), which is almost identical in size to Croatia. The terrain is a mix of mountainous, hilly, and flatlands. Specifically, the central and eastern regions are mountainous. Whereas, it transitions to moderate hills to the northwest and flatlands to the northeast. According to the FAO, forests cover more than 40% of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Water fills approximately one-tenth of a percent with Buško Blato as the largest lake at 56.7 square kilometers.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Elevation Map
The terrain of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mix of mountains, valleys, and plains scattered throughout the country. Its major mountain chain is the Dinaric Alps along its western boundary with Croatia. Whereas the northeastern region is characterized by the Pannonian Basin. Its highest point is Maglić in the southeast of Bosnia and Herzegovina, reaching as high as 2,386 meters (7,828 ft).