Velika Kladuša (Velika Kladusa), Bosnia and Herzegovina
Velika Kladuša (Velika Kladusa) highlights
Velika Kladuša is a town and municipality located in Una-Sana Canton of the country Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is situated in the far northwest of Bosnia and Herzegovina, located near the border with Croatia. The Velika Kladuša fortress was built in the Middle Ages and was first mentioned in 1280.
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Last reviewed: 16 July 2020
Velika Kladuša (Velika Kladusa) description
The fortress was occupied by the Ottomans in 1633, pass many fights, and was last point of defense of Bosnia's armed resistance against occupying Astra-Hungarian army in 1878.
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