Bosnia and Herzegovina is a federal republic in southeastern Europe. It is bordered on the east by Serbia, on the southeast by Montenegro to the north, west and southwest by Croatia as well as a few kilometers from Neum to the Mediterranean. The independent republic was formed in 1992 from the Yugoslav republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and forth like this has almost the same limits that the Austro-Hungarian occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina territory in 1878 on the Congress of Berlin received. Bosnia and Herzegovina was established in the Dayton agreement of two largely autonomous federal states (entities), the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska, and the special administrative region of Brcko District.
Bosnia and Herzegovina lies in the western part of the Balkan Peninsula and is in large part through a wooded hilly landscape dominated, with the highest peaks reach altitudes of nearly 2400 meters above sea level. A portion of the hill country, especially in the western parts of the country and Herzegovina, is karstified. The resulting surface water here does not get into the major river systems, but are largely infiltrated. In the south and in the northern Great lowlands there are shallower regions, which are used for agriculture. Also in the south is the 20-kilometer-long Adriatic coastline at Neum.
The country can be governed by the climate zones in three landscape zones divide. This partly reflected in the culture and lifestyles of the people.
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