Bosnia and Herzegovina

Official Name: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Form of Government: The Politics of Bosnia and Herzegovina takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democracy, whereby executive power is exercised by the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Capital: Sarajevo
Population: 3.5 million
Official Languages: Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian
Currency: Convertible Mark (KM)
Area: 51,129 sq km

Climate: July is the hottest month in Sarajevo with an average temperature of 66°F (19°C) and the coldest is January at 29°F (-2°C). The wettest month is March with an average of 30mm of rain.
Religions: Christianity and Islam.
Main industries: Mining and mining-related activities make up the bulk of Bosnia and Herzegovina's industry. Steel production, vehicle assembly,textiles, tobacco products, wooden furniture, and domestic appliances are also important industries.
Traditional dishes: Cevapi - Cevapi are small, oblong-shaped kebabs from lamb and beef served in somun (Bosnian pita bread) with raw onions, Begova Corba, Klepe (Bosnian minced meat dumplings), Dolma, Bosanski Lonac, Tufahija.
Fun Fact: The country is nicknamed the “Heart Shaped Land” due to the country’s slight heart shape.