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Bosnia and Herzegovina Culture

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Three different ethnic groups live in Bosnia, The Bosniaks, who are mainly Muslim, The Croats, who are mainly Catholic and the Serbs who are mostly Christian Orthodox. Since the end of the war, group shave been trying hard to move on with their lives. It is important to respect the differences and not offend a member of a particular ethnic group out of ignorance. That being said, travelers are welcomed in Bosnia. Many Bosnians are eager to have someone to practice their English with. While it might be a little difficult to become friends, if you are invited to Bosnian home, you will be welcomed with great hospitality including food and coffee.

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