Geopolitical map of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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CapitalPopulationArea
Sarajevo 4,590,000 51,129
Country codePhone CodeLocal HourTime zone
BA +387 11:34:14 Europe/Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina maps

3 countries share a border with Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Some data about Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country of 4,590,000 inhabitants, with an area of ​51,129 km2, its capital is Sarajevo and its time zone is "Europe/Sarajevo". Its ISO code is "BA" in 2 positions and "BIH" in 3 positions.

To be able to make a telephone call to Bosnia and Herzegovina, you must dial your telephone code, which is 387. The currency used in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the "Marka" (BAM).

The administrative subdivision of Bosnia and Herzegovina (administrative division) is made up of 1 Special district (level 1), 2 Regions (level 1), 10 Kantona (level 2) and 141 Opštine (level 3). Bosnia and Herzegovina has 5 cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants.

Above you have a geopolitical map of Bosnia and Herzegovina with a precise legend on its biggest cities, its road network, its airports, railways and waterways. Do not hesitate to click on the map of Bosnia and Herzegovina to access a zoom level and finer details.

Bosnia and Herzegovina shares borders with Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia.

Proportion of cities by number of inhabitants in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Number of cities by importance (population) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Considering cities with a population of more than 100 000, 200 000, 500 000 and 1 million inhabitants, with the percentage of the population that these cities represent.

> 100k inhabitants > 200k inhabitants > 500k inhabitants > 1 million inhabitants
5 2 1 0
29.0 % 20.0 % 15.2 % 0.0 %
  • The 5 most important cities represent 29.0% of the entire population
  • The 2 most important cities represent 20.0% of the entire population
  • The 1 most important cities represent 15.2% of the entire population
  • The 0 most important cities represent 0.0% of the entire population

Administrative division of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Administrative subdivisionsAdministrative level
1 Special district1
2 Regions1
10 Kantona2
141 Opštine3

List of first-order administrative division in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Brčko
  • Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Republika Srpska

List of major cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Sarajevo696 731 inhabitants
  • Banja Luka221 106 inhabitants
  • Zenica164 423 inhabitants
  • Tuzla142 486 inhabitants
  • Mostar104 518 inhabitants
  • Bihać75 641 inhabitants
  • Bugojno41 378 inhabitants
  • Brčko38 968 inhabitants
  • Bijeljina37 692 inhabitants
  • Prijedor36 347 inhabitants
  • Trebinje33 178 inhabitants
  • Travnik31 127 inhabitants
  • Doboj27 235 inhabitants
  • Cazin21 741 inhabitants
  • Velika Kladuša19 330 inhabitants
  • Visoko17 890 inhabitants
  • Goražde17 650 inhabitants
  • Konjic15 950 inhabitants
  • Gračanica15 758 inhabitants
  • Gradačac15 659 inhabitants
  • Bosanska Krupa15 193 inhabitants
  • Mrkonjić Grad14 737 inhabitants
  • Foča14 615 inhabitants
  • Zavidovići14 380 inhabitants
  • Živinice13 641 inhabitants
  • Sanski Most13 551 inhabitants
  • Gradiška13 346 inhabitants
  • Bileća13 257 inhabitants
  • Kakanj12 406 inhabitants
  • Livno11 748 inhabitants
  • Odžak11 621 inhabitants
  • Stijena10 844 inhabitants
  • Šipovo10 738 inhabitants
  • Prozor10 349 inhabitants
  • Novi Travnik10 006 inhabitants
  • Ljubuški9 987 inhabitants
  • Kozarska Dubica9 959 inhabitants
  • Derventa9 773 inhabitants
  • Jajce9 763 inhabitants
  • Todorovo9 560 inhabitants