Doboj municipality by population proportional to the settlement with the highest and lowest population
Tuzla town, 1897
View of Doboj from the fortress
Tuzla Canton Government Building in flames during the 2014 unrest in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
14th Century Doboj Fortress, reconstructed in 2006, with a wooden stage added during reconstruction
Tuzla valley (coal mines, lakes, airport)
304x304px
A small bridge that indicates the crossing from the area of Korzo to the Pannonian lakes.
Doboj Municipal Assembly
Pannonian Lakes during winter time.
Ognjen Kuzmić, a basketball player, 2015 NBA champion and 2017 EuroBasket silver medalist
Main park of Tuzla, located next to the Pannonian lakes and the area Korzo.
Statues of Meša Selimović and Ismet Mujezinović
WizzAir, main airline, airplane taxiing after landing in Tuzla International Airport.
Public fountain and city mosque
Seal of Tuzla county, 1850–1923
Seal of Tuzla town, 1850–1923
Tuzla salt mine, 1897
Third Yugoslav partisans' Corps marching through liberated Tuzla in October 1943.
Yugoslav-time industrial plants in Tuzla
Tuzla Power Plant
Work Affair and Residential building in the center square of Tuzla.
High scale building at residential zone Stupine.
Business center, as well as the main Muslim Religious center.
Trg Slobode
WWII memorial
Panoramic view of the Mellain Hotel building from the Pannonian Lakes.
King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Mosque.

7,000 miners from Tuzla, Breza and Zenica in central Bosnia, participated in the strike in the village of Husino in Tuzla.

- Husino rebellion

The Husino uprising took place in 1920.

- Tuzla

The first official mention of the city itself is from 1415, as it was written in the charter issued by Dubrovnik to Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund, although there are numerous artefacts and objects that have been found (the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo and the Regional Museum in Doboj) and which confirm the fact that the area had been inhabited ever since the early Stone Age, and that the Roman Empire had an army camp (Castrum) and a settlement (Canabea) in the vicinity of the town dating from the first century AD. Following the arrival of the Slavs in the sixth century it became a part of the region/bannate Usora (in the medieval documents sometimes put together with the nearby province Soli, hence, Usora and Soli).

- Doboj

Tuzla has a railway station that has passenger services to Doboj, from where trains run to Sarajevo, Zagreb, and Belgrade.

- Tuzla

0 related topics

Alpha