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Lukomir, Bosnia and Herzegovina


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Lukomir ethno village, located at 1,495 meters above sea level, count as most remote and isolated village in the entire Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the way of life remained unchanged for centuries.

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Last updated on: 15 February 2019

Lukomir description

Lukomir ethno village is located on Mount Bjelasnica, 50 km from Sarajevo. Lukomir is a symbol of the historical, cultural, architectural and environmental heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here, the traditional medieval way of life of the Bosnian bastards is still practiced. During the visit you will meet local people and be able to get acquainted with their lifestyle, and possibly buy one of their handicrafts.

Lukomir ethno village is declared as a cultural landscape and a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The stone houses, with roofs covered by shingles made out of cherry tree, fresh air, the smell of nature, original domestic cuisine, quality dairy products, organic food, excellent hospitality. Legend says that in Lukomir people came from the area of Dubrovnik. This is confirmed by a necropolis of tombstones from the 14th and 15th century. According to some legends when they arrived at the place of today's Lukomir and saw a plateau that is not visible from any side, surrounded by canyons, the people said "this is our harbor of peace". A literal translation: "Luka" – harbor, and "mira" – peace, and because of that this village is called Lukomir.

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