Thank you, Alex.
If you are able, would you please point out on the photo of the mine
fields where the two small semi-exclaves might be located?
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, George Washington <kubana2005@...>
> As a member from the Balkans, I would like to point out about domestic
> exclaves in Bosnia & Herzegovina. As you know, BiH is divided into 2
> entities (Federation and the Republic of Srpska) and the District of
> BrÄko which is officially a condominium. The boundary between the
> entities is called IEBL (Inter-Entity Boundary Line).
> Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has 2 inhabited exclaves (one
> consists of the municipality of OdÅ¾ak, while the other one consist
> two municipalities: OraÅ¡je and Domaljevac). There are also 2
> semi-exclaves of FBiH surrounded by BrÄko district. I said
> semi-exclaves because BrÄko is also a condominium. Those 2
> exclaves are very small and there is even a possibility that they are
> a mine field. Ordinary maps don't show them. We could also say that
> OraÅ¡je-Domaljevac is a semi-exclave, since it borders the District
> The exclave of OdÅ¾ak. borders Croatia to the north, and the
Republic of Srpska to the south.
> visited the town of Å amac, which is a Serb populated town in the
> Republic of Srpska and the village of Prud, which is Croat populated
> village in the Federation (exclave of OdÅ¾ak)
> Å amac and Prud are separated by the river of Bosna, which is where
> IEBL goes. The bridge that divides the entities is a one-way bridge,
> the traffic is monitored by a traffic light. There are no official
> markings when you enter one of the entities at that bridge (apart from
> the Srpska flag), although one can see large number of Srpska flags in
> the Srpska entity and the Croatian flags in that part of the
> In the village of Prud, only Latin script is used and the post office
> is a HP Mostar (Croatian Bosnian postal operator), while in Å amac,
> is a larger use of the Serbian Cyrillic script and the Srpska Post
> I also posted the map of the 2 exclaves. The town of Å amac is not
> shown since it is in Srpska, although it is located between the 2
> exclaves, on the part of Srpska which borders Croatia.
> Belgrade, Serbia