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Bosnia and Herzegovina Elevation Map

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mountainous country in Southeastern Europe. The terrain is characterized by a rugged landscape with many peaks and valleys.


The central part of the country is dominated by the Dinaric Alps, whose extensive mountain ranges run the length of the western Balkans.

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The highest peaks are found in the eastern parts of the country and the border with Montenegro. The landscape is dotted with forests and rivers, which make it a classic example of the beauty of the Balkans.

The elevations vary from sea-level inland to over 2,386 meters at the peak of Maglić, making it an ideal destination for hikers and mountain climbers.

Highest point

The highest point in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Maglić, which stands at an elevation of 2,386 meters. It is located on the border with Montenegro and offers a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains.

Lowest point

The lowest point in Bosnia and Herzegovina is at sea level, which is on its 20km coastline on the south.

Similar landscape

Bosnia and Herzegovina is similar to other mountainous areas, such as Austria and Switzerland, in terms of its high peaks and picturesque views.

Popular cities

See here a list of 10 cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and their elevation above sea level.