Ljubuški

Ljubuski is a city and municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city is located on the left coast Trebižat, the river where there are many waterfalls, most notably Kravica and Kocusa.
In addition to its natural beauty Ljubuski is also known for its cultural and historical heritage.
Ljubuski is located in the western Herzegovina with the Croatian border. Town Ljubuski is located on important roads towards Mostar (36 km), Makarska (55 km), Split (120 km), Dubrovnik (130 km) and Sarajevo (170 km).

At various locations throughout the municipality can be found the remains of almost every period of human history, of which it is worth mentioning: Roman camp in Gračine, Humačka plate, a fortress at the top Buturovice and tombstones in Studenci, Bijača and Zvirići.

The area of Ljubuški by numerous historical remains certainly was inhabited in pre-historic times. The first inhabitants were Illyrians from the beginning II. millennium BC, Daorson Illyrian tribe, and later expelled by the other Illyrian tribes Ardians and Delmata. From that time the rest of the numerous ruins the peaks surrounding hills, and the crowd dispersed without any order and logic, after all, as well as the entire territory of BiH.
What makes Ljubuski widely known, and one of the medieval monuments of exceptional value is an old town of Ljubuski, fort, or fortress Ljubuski. Fortress attributed Herceg Stjepan Kosači, and was first mentioned 21 February 1444 under the name Lubussa.

Tourism potential of Ljubuški are:
Medjugorje
Museum Humac
Gallery Mother
Archaeological site Gračine
Old Town Ljubuski
River Trebizat
Waterfall Kocusa
Waterfall Kravica
Pool Božjak
Pool Čeveljuša
Pool Tegaševac
Pool Otunje
Pool Baščine

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