Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Bosna i Hercegovina) is a Country located in the in Southeastern region of Europe.

Summary

The country is bordered by Croatia to the east and north, Serbia to the west, and Montenegro to the south. Internally, the country is divided between the majority-Bosnian Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine), the majority-Serbian Republic of Srpska (Република Српска), and the joint condominium of the Brčko District (Brčko Distrikt / Брчко Дистрикт). This separation is occasionally signed in-game. Because of this multi-ethnic state of affairs, signs in Bosnia and Herzegovina often use both Latin and Cyrillic.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is featured in the West Balkans DLC for Euro Truck Simulator 2 [1].

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a beautiful country, bordered by Croatia and Serbia. Known for its stunning natural beauty, it is home to a variety of eco biomes including mountains, forests, and rivers. It has a diverse economy, including agriculture and mining, which are some the countries the biggest industries.
~ Official Euro Truck Simulator 2 Website

Cities

City Name Image Remarks
Banja Luka
(Бања Лука)
Banja Luka view 3.png
Bihać
(Бихаћ)
Bihac view 1.png
Karakaj
(Каракај)
Karakaj view.png
Mostar
(Мостар)
Mostar view.png
Sarajevo
(Сарајево)
Sarajevo view 3.png Capital
Tuzla
(Тузла)
Tuzla view 2.png
Zenica
(Зеница)
Zenica view 1.png

Roads

1 Autoput (Motorway), 6 Magistralni putevi (Main Roads), and 1 Regionalni cesta (Regional Road) is featured in Euro Truck Simulator 2:

A1 M-4 M-5 M-6
Bosnia and Herzegovina A1 icon.png
A5 (Croatia) – M-17 – Zenica – M-17 – A10 (Croatia)
Bosnia and Herzegovina M4 icon.png
Banja Luka; Doboj – Karakaj
Bosnia and Herzegovina M5 icon.png
Donji Vakuf – Vitez; Sarajevo – IB8 (Serbia)
Bosnia and Herzegovina M6 icon.png
Čapljina – A1; Mostar – M-7 (Montenegro)
M-16 M-17 M-18 R-441
Bosnia and Herzegovina M16 icon.png
Donji Vakuf – D5 (Croatia)
Bosnia and Herzegovina M17 icon.png
Doboj – Zenica; Mostar – Čapljina
Bosnia and Herzegovina M18 icon.png
Tuzla – Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina R441 icon.png
Zenica – Vitez
Due to the state of road construction in Bosnia and Herzegovina, there are several major motorways which are either incomplete or unsigned (such as the one motorway running through the north of the country, connecting Banja Luka and Doboj).

See also

References

  1. SCS Software, Introducing West Balkans Expansion, 2022-06-05 (accessed 2022-06-05)