See also:town of Bosnia, on the
See also:river Bosna, 15 M . N.W. of
See also:Serajevo by
See also:rail . Pop . (1895), about 5000 .
See also:Visoko has a brisk
See also:trade in
See also:leather, carpets and
See also:tobacco . Between the 13th and 16th centuries Visoko was only second to
See also:Jajce as a stronghold of the Bosnian rulers . There were fortified palaces at Sutje6ka, and Bobovac, among the mountains on the
See also:north . Bobovac, which had withstood many previous assaults, was betrayed to the Turks• in 1463; at Sutjecka there is a Franciscan monastery, founded in 1391, often razed by the
See also:Turks, and finally rebuilt in '821 . Just below Visoko
See also:lay the town of Podvisoko, called Sotto Visochi by the Ragusans, which was the chief mart of the
See also:country from 1348 to 1430 .
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