Despite its small size, however, about 18.56 percent, or 640,000 people, live in absolute poverty in Bosnia. Aside from the nearly one-fifth of the population already in poverty, approximately 50 percent of the country is vulnerable to becoming poor.
Why is Sarajevo so famous?
Sarajevo became known for its large marketplace and numerous mosques, which by the middle of the 16th century numbered more than 100. At the peak of the empire, Sarajevo was the biggest and most important Ottoman city in the Balkans after Istanbul. By 1660, the population of Sarajevo was estimated to be over 80,000.
What do Bosnian speak?
Bosnian CroatianSerbian Bosnia and Herzegovina/Official languages
What language is spoken in Sarajevo?
Bosnian Bosnian languageBosnianNative toBosnia and HerzegovinaEthnicityBosniaksNative speakers2.5 million (2008)Language familyIndo-European Balto-Slavic Slavic South Slavic Western Serbo-Croatian Bosnian13 more rows