- The town of Prijedor, within the municipality of Prijedor, is located in the north-western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the banks of the Sana and Gomjenica rivers, and at the south-western hills of the Kozara mountain. The area of the municipality is 833 square kilometres (322 square miles).
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23 hours ago · Evliya Çelebi on his journey through Bosnia mentions that Croatian nobles built Novi Grad. In 1895, during Austro-Hungarian rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the town was officially given the name Bosanski Novi. At the same time, the city included around 3,300 people with 550 households.
23 hours ago · The Una (Serbian Cyrillic: Уна, pronounced ) is a border river between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia and a right tributary of the Sava river. It is part of the Black Sea drainage basin, and its watershed has a size of 10.200 km², of which 8.080 km² belongs to Bosnia and Herzegovina, and 2.120 km² to Croatia.
1 day ago · Siniša Saničanin (Bosnian pronunciation: [sǐniʃa sanîːtʃanin]; born 24 April 1995) is a Bosnian professional footballer who plays as a centre back for Serbian SuperLiga club Vojvodina and the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team. Saničanin started his professional career at Rudar Prijedor, before joining Borac Banja Luka in 2015.
- 24 April 1995 (age 25)
- 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
- Siniša Saničanin
- Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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