Bosnia-Herzegovina is in Eastern Europe. It is about the size of our state of West Virginia. There are mountains along the eastern border and forests in the center and south. Summers are long and hot. Winters are cold and snowy. Bosnia-Herzegovina used to be called Illyricum. It is mentioned in the Bible (Romans 15:19).
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PEOPLE GROUPS: Bosniak (48%), Serb (37%), Croat (14%), Albanian, Gypsy CAPITAL CITY: Sarajevo (305,000) POPULATION: 4.6 million LANGUAGES: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian Bosnia-Herzegovina QUICK FACTS
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD FACTS: Currently 2 missionaries work in Bosnia-Herzegovina. There are 17 churches, with about 500 people and 25 pastors. Presently, 20 young people are being trained for ministry in the Bible school. RELIGIONS: Muslim (40%), Eastern Orthodox (31%), Roman Catholic (15%), Jewish, Protestant Bosnia-Herzegovina QUICK FACTS