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Code Hub Mostar Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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About Mostar

With one foot either side of the Neretva River, Mostar sits in the south of the Bosnia and Herzegovina area and is the most important city of the Herzegovina region being its cultural and economic capital. With a population of around the 105,797 mark, Mostar is known for its iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge) that is a reconstructed medieval arched bridge considered to be the most exemplary piece of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. Its alleys overflow with market stalls and shops and awesome views over the city can be had if you can be bothered climbing the many steps of the Koski Mehmed-Pasha Mosque's minaret. Mostar sits in a region retaining its historical origins that is flooded with medieval villages, rivers and lakes with a backdrop of the rugged Dinaric Alps. The town was on the old trade route between the Adriatic and the central area of Bosnia that saw Romans and Ottomans stomp over its ground. Today it is the battleground for those dreaming of creating unicorn startups in its coworking venues.

The city is cloaked in churches, mosques and art institutions such as the Pavarotti Music Center and the World Music Center. It was home to the first printing office in Croatia in 1920 and the city holds numerous cultural events throughout the year. You won't go hungry as the food on offer is related to Turkish, Middle Eastern and other Mediterranean cuisines, with a hint of Central European thrown into the mix of japark, musaka and sarma. Home to some of the country's largest corporations, the economy of Mostar is rooted in the aluminum and metal industry, banking services and the telecommunication markets.

Bosnia's rising startup scene is being hindered by a few factors such as spreading money around to fledgling startups, but it isn't deterring the determined creative minds hanging out in coworking venues that appears to be driven by an overwhelming presence of the fairer sex.

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