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Gallery Aluminium is one of the places in Mostar that enriches the cultural life of the city, applying the European standards. Visitor of this gallery can expect space with a rich oeuvre of top works of art. Superbly decorated and impeccably designed space combines traditional and new.

In addition to football and basketball, tennis is also one of the most popular sports in Široki Brijeg. The history of tennis in Široki Brijeg begins between the two world wars, and later the first sports clubs have been established.

The ancient history of the area of today's city Ljubuški is marked by wars between the Illyrians and Romans, until the latter finally won at the beginning of the first century. Many material remains and ruins testify of Roman rule in the municipality of Ljubuški, especially when it comes to a large number of tombstones and architectural buildings.

A small place in Herzegovina called Široki Brijeg has always been the economic, administrative and cultural centre of the West Herzegovina Canton, but now it's got official recognition - Federation Government declared it a town! This makes it the only town in this county.

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Široki Brijeg
Široki Brijeg is the administrative center of the West Herzegovina Canton, located on the banks of Lištica River. It is also cultural and spiritual center of this area, with more than 30,000 inhabitants.
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Medjugorje is a little town in west Herzegovina, located about 25 kilometers south-west of Mostar and very close to the Croatian border. It is the main spiritual town in this region and the second-largest Catholic pilgrimage destination in the world, with around 5,000 inhabitants.
Kupres is a town in north-western Herzegovina, located in the middle of the Kupres Plain (Kupreško polje), with more than 10,000 inhabitants. It was first mentioned in documents of Kingdom of Croatia.
Ljubuški is a town in the western parts of Herzegovina, located on the left bank of Trebižat River near the Croatian border and 35 kilometers from Mostar. It was first mentioned in 1444 as the acity of Lubussa.
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Čapljina is a town in southwest Herzegovina, located on the right bank of Neretva River, with more than 26,000 inhabitants. The important highways and rail routes connecting the Adriatic Sea with Bosnia and with the Central Europe go through this town.
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Neum is a town in south Herzegovina and the only coastal town in this country, with 24 kilometers of Adriatic coastline. There are around 5,000 inhabitants in this town. Neumene was its historical name, which is first mentioned in 533.
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Mostar is the biggest city in Herzegovina, located on the banks of Neretva River. It is also cultural and economic center of this area, with more than 130,000 inhabitants. The city is named after bridge keepers, who guarded numerous bridges at the river, back in the medieval times.
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