History of Yugoslavia
Geography of YugoslaviaYugoslavia is in the south-eastern regions of Europe between Albania and Bosnia and bordered the Adriatic Sea. The state cover an area approximated to 255, 400 square kilometers with a small percentage of its land covered by water. The northern parts of the state had very rich and fertile plains while the limestone ranges together with basins dominated the eastern regions of the state. With no islands along its coastline found within the Montenegro state, the south-western regions along the sea have extremely high shorelines while the ancient hills and mountains are abundant in the south-eastern areas. The Adriatic Sea at zero meters from the lowest point, while the Daravica at 2, 656 meters is the most elevated region within the territory of Yugoslavia.
Climate of YugoslaviaThe summers are usually hot and humid while the winters are cold in the northern regions where the continental climate dominates. Along the coast where the Adriatic climate dominates, the summers are usually hot and dry while the winters are cold and the inland experience a heavy snowfall. Both the continental and Mediterranean climates hit the central regions.
Natural Resources in YugoslaviaYugoslavia has the great reserves of oil and natural gas which uplifted the economy of the state. Other mineral deposits which had an economic value included copper, gold and lead. The hydro power generation provided energy and other minor reserves of chrome; pyrite and zinc existed in the state.
Tourist Attraction in YugoslaviaA visit to the former Yugoslavia will be scheduled such that you pay a visit and experience the adventure in each of the states which originated from the ancient Yugoslavia. The oldest part of the Sarajevo, bascarsija, aligned with the mosques and square consists of historical buildings and other religious and cultural structures dating back to the ancient days, the treasured Islamic architecture found in the town of Bosnia where the historical monument of old bridge monster stands, the beautiful waterfalls in the town of jajce along the pliva river and the dervish house constructed at the natural springs of river Buna, are among the major attractions distributed among the territories of the Yugoslavia. The una national park with natural features such as the famous strbacki buk and una waterfalls and even the hutovo blato national park where the wild birds such as duck comfortably find their protected refuge, are also great landmarks within the territory. The cities of the former Yugoslavia are within each state and include:
- Novi sad
Famous Hotels in YugoslaviaThe famous hotels of Yugoslavia are
- Hotel centrol Sarajevo
- Hotel Bristol Sarajevo
- City boutique hotel
- Hotel Bosnia
- Lavina hotel jahorina
- Hotel Grande casa
Yugoslavia Culture and CuisineMost foods in these territories have lots of spices and cooked with much water and several vegetables juices. Tomatoes and onions together with mushroom and fried and fresh beans are the major ingredients of the main dishes. The meats mostly beef and lambs stew the dishes. The grapes grown in Herzegovina are used in the manufacture of wine liked by most of the people in the region. The sea foods originating from the shores in Montenegro and sausages and hams are also featured in the hotels.
- Belgrade Nikola tesla airport
- Zagreb airport
- Pristine airport
- Sarajevo airport
- Split airport
Posted By : All Places Map Last Updated: August 08, 2015