Jajce


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Jajce

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina, on the Vrbas River, near its confluence with the Pliva. Population, 8,500 (1976). A hydroelectric system is situated on the Pliva River. Jajce also has an electrochemical plant and an enterprise for the production of ferroalloys. The city’s Museum of the National-Liberation Struggle is housed in the building in which the second session of the Antifascist National-Liberation Council of Yugoslavia took place on Nov. 29–30, 1943.

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These are: a historical monument - Mosque in Podgora, Breza municipality; architectural ensemble - Atik mosque in Aive (Gornje Vukovije), Kalesija municipality; architectural ensemble - Church of Prophet Elijah along with the movable heritage and the Orthodox cemetery in Sedlar, Trebinje city; architectural ensemble - Khanqah at Oglavak - Tekija na Oglavku, Fojnica municipality; and the historical area - Necropolis with steAak tombstones at the Katica site in the village of Bistrica, Jajce municipality.
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