Tuzla, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Tuzla, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Tuzla is the third largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, named as municipality as well as the canton in the north of the country. Tuzla is the nucleus of the cantonal tourism and successfully brought its economically developed programs with natural, historical, ecological and cultural heritage.
Tuzla Canton is the most populatedcanton in the whole of BiH and has more than 650,000 residents.
The city is the administrative headquarters as well as economic, cultural and educational center of Tuzla Canton and economic and geographic region of northeast Bosnia.
Natural resources are enriched in energy and mineral resources were the decisive factor to guide the former economic development of the area, as well as being a significant basis for future development.


Cultural and historical heritage, natural resources

Some of the most significant cultural and historical monuments of the Cantonal Art Museum in Tuzla, Archaeological Park Neolithic lake settlement in Tuzla, Old Town from 1333. Srebrenik, Djevojačka pecina (Young girl cave) and Men's Spring Kladanj.
Tuzla has a long tradition of multiculturalism. For centuries it has kept harmony among differences in Tuzla, laid every historical spell and all the historical trials. Today, Tuzla is a city with new energy experiencing a large expansion of construction, sudden and pretty rapid development.
This city stands out especially long and enriched history, and is one of the oldest settlements continuity lived in Europe. This is evidenced by found the remains of lake-dwelling settlement from the Neolithic period. A large number of buildings in Tuzla from Ottoman times. Turalibegova mosque was built in the 16th century and still exists. Many facilities and sites of cultural and historic heritage testify to the rich past of the city and the Memorial complex Saltwater Bath - Trnovac, Salt wells, Monument to the miners cracked, White Mosque and Barutana in Gornja Tuzla, Leda's sculptures - Leda, a bridge with statues, Partisan cemetery etc. .
In the central part of the city are located, and numerous cultural institutions: National Theatre Tuzla (the oldest theater in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1898), the Historical Archives, National and University Library, Behram beg library, International Gallery Ismet Mujezinovic, Museum of Eastern Bosnia, the Office for the Protection of Cultural historical heritage, Bosnian Cultural Centre, Salt Museum, etc.



From event stand out summer in Tuzla and Tuzla Film Festival TFF, Open City Arts in Srebrenik and Dani Girls' cave in Kladanj.