Strbacki buk and Martin Brod waterfalls candidates for UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites

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The Una National Park has launched initiative to have Strbacki buk and Martin Brod waterfalls nominated for the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. 

Bosnia and Herzegovina currently has three sites on the list: Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge in Visegrad, Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar and medieval tombstones located on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also in north-western Montenegro, south Croatia and western parts of Serbia.

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Also, another seven sites are on the Tentative List for Bosnia and Herzegovina, meaning that the government intends to consider them for nomination in the future.

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Those seven sites are Sarajevo as the unique symbol of universal multi-culture, the natural monument Vjetrenica cave with architectural ensemble of village Zavala, the natural and architectural ensemble of Jajce, the historic urban site of Pocitelj, the natural and architectural ensemble of Blagaj, the natural and architectural ensemble of Blidinje and the natural and architectural ensemble of Stolac.