Amira is a trained Balkan Diskurs correspondent from Doboj East. She is a fourth year
student of Bosnian language and literature at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of
Tuzla. She is the author and proofreader of the Bosnian Thought portal. She is
primarily interested in topics related to culture, politics, and history.
Since February 1st, 1888, the National Museum has struggled with financial problems. However, that has not stopped it from becoming one of the most important scientific, educational, and cultural institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Drina River, which once formed the border between the Eastern and Western parts of the Roman Empire, and today, in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, forms a natural border with neighboring Serbia, has been facing a waste problem for years
The old town of Doboj is located in northern Bosnia, in an area with wide geographical foothills. The significant geostrategic position around the mouths of the rivers Usora and Spreča was a decisive factor in the formation of the fortress from which today's Doboj developed.