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possibility for transport services and supply
The apartment is located close to the river Vrbas. Distance from the city center is about 3 km. The advantage of the apartment was very quiet neighborhood with no noise of people and cars.
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We can arrange help with supply and groceries.
Also if you need transport from or to airport we do that with additional fees .
Banja Luka is beautiful town on both sides of Vrbas River surrounded by rolling green hills of the north-western Bosnia and Herzegovina. Banja Luka is the capital of Republika Srpska /one of two entities of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina/, and the second largest town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, economic, cultural and tourist center of Republika Srpska.
Illyrian tribes had settled in the fertile valley of Vrbas River since the prehistoric time. Banja Luka was established during the Roman era, when the first fortifications in the region have been built in order to supply and protect the important trading route passing through. On the territory of present day town of Banja Luka there was the Roman military camp from the 1st til the 3rd century. Market and production center was developed here along which main road was passing. The Romans had already been using the famous surrounding thermal springs. After fall of the Roman Empire Slav tribes have settled here in the 6th and the 7th century. Slav fortification of the 9th til the 12th century was discovered during excavations on the present day Kaštel Fortress. In the Middle Ages along the Vrbas River numerous strongholds have been built.
After Turks occupied Bosnia and Banja Luka experienced the same fate in 1582 when it was burnt to the ground to be restored later then the settlement of Oriental style was developed. Banja Luka became the seat of the vast Bosanski Pashaluk /district/. During that period numerous public structures and Islamic monuments have been built as Fehadija Dzamija /mosque/, the Clock Tower, mills, bridges as well as karana saray /stations for changing horses and rest/ wheat storage, the new bazaar /market/ with about 200 artisan workshops and trade shops ... Gazi Ferhad Paša Sokolović, relative of the Vizier Mehmed Paša Sokolović was the founder of Banja Luka which was named Donji Seher at that time. After the Berlin Peace Congress in 1878 Banja Luka become significant artisan and industrial center under the protectorate of Austria-Hungary. Within the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes Banja Luka experienced true prosperity when schools, roads, bridges, administrative buildings, Theater, hotel and other structures have been built. Banja Luka suffered its worst destruction after the Second World Was in catastrophic earthquake in 1969 after which the town got is entirely new appearance. During the most recent civil war in Bosnia Banja Luka was not under the direct attacks but the structure of its population changed significantly.
Places to see: Kastel - Casle with the altar dedicated to the Jupiter, Canyon of Vrbas River /12 km away from Banja Luka/ featuring steep sides and whirlpools that are premium white-river rafting location or nature exploration and rare species watching, Ferhadija Mosque, Krajina Square, Gospodska street Promenade, Banski dvor /Residences of Bosnian Bans/, Petar Kocic Monument, springs and mills on Krupa River, Medieval town of Greben, Gomionica Monastery, Krupa Monastery, Monastery of St Elijah, the Trappist Monastery - French monks of the Trappist monastic order established Monastery and were devoted to the special vow of silence and thus dedicated to work and prayers, Medieval fortress of Bocac /15th century, 30 km away from Banja Luka, on road to Jajce/, Laktasi and Slatina Spas, Bardaca Reserve with 11 lakes between rivers of Vrbas and Sava, very suitable for hunting and fishing, rock climbing and hiking along the canyon of the Vrbas between Banja Luka and Jajce,...
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