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Many towns in this region have hilltop fortresses built by the Romans, Hungarians or Ottomans, but there is something special about the one in Maglaj.



Maglaj means 'fog' and the wide valley along this part of the Bosna River has mystic fog frequently rolling in, especially in the early morning hours. Kursumlija Mosque in the old town near the fortress is a beautiful example of Ottoman architecture. It was built in 1560 by Kalavun Jusuf Pasha.



The town is rich in apple and pear orchards, particularly along the river. If you get a chance, climb up to the tower - the view of the valley is magnificent. It's an easy-walking town and a nice day trip from Tuzla or Zenica.





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