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We were heading for Una National park and decided to stop and visit. The entry fee is 5KM - 2-3euros. The nature is nice and a steep climb to a cave and a cottage. The entry fee also include visit to etnographic and World War...More
If you are interested in some historical moments, from II World War and place where was big battle this is place to get some information. Entrance fee include visit to museum and guide can give you additional explanations. To come to the cave, you have...More
The cave where partisan's leader Tito had his headquarter during German attack on Drvar is very interesting. From the parking you have to climb 2-3 minutes. Unfortunately, the origin headquarter was destroyed during Bosnian war, so today we can only see a replica of it....More
For the people who knows the history this cave was something what you have to visit if you pass nearby Drvar.It is easy to find it it is just on the enter of the city if you are coming from the way Jajce
Historical site of the WW II, shame, that the members of the Croatian or the Serbian Army were completely destroyed by during the last war, the locals beautifully renovated the museum, also the ethnographic museum beside the wonderful
During the WW2, Drvar was in the central focus of the Axis forces, since Josip Broz Tito, the leader of Yugoslav partisans, was operating and hiding in its outskirts. In this place, which is today called Tito's cave, the so-called Operation Rösselsprung took place; it's...More
In Drvar, a small town in Bosnia, I came in mid-October to attend to projection of documentary film about a theater actor Sava Damjanovic. Otherwise, I have directed that movie, and we, camera operator and film editor Dusan Udicki and actor Sava Damjanovic, were guests...More