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Source text - English Many of the sights and attractions in Bosnia-Herzegovina are connected with the country’s recent and distant past. The famous bridge in Mostar and the fortress on Zec Mountain are examples of this. Other attractions include outdoor sports, noticeably skiing near Sarajevo, which hosted the Winter Olympics in 1984.
The Illyrians are believed to have had major settlements here and at the time of the Roman invasion, the town quickly gained importance due to its rich gold deposits. Kozograd, a fortress located on the slopes of Zec Mountain is thought to have been built in the early 15th century when miners from Dubrovnik came here to hide with their treasures from the invading forces. It is also thought that this fort was the last residence of Queen Katarina before she fled to Dubrovnik and further on to Rome, never to return to the conquered kingdom she left behind.
The Franciscan monastery in Kresevo has ensured that the Catholic traditions here have remained very strong. The monastery has a pastoral museum, library and gallery and the monks are very friendly to visitors. Kresevo is well-known for its traditional Bosnian architecture with clay walls and cherry-tree roof tiles. Some prime examples of this type of old building can be seen in the village of Vranici, only a few kilometres away from Kresevo.
Translation - Chinese 波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维那的许多旅游景点都具有联系该国遥远的过去和现在的重大意义。位于莫斯塔尔（Mostar）的著名桥梁在和位于塞克山（Zec Mountain）的碉堡就是最典型的例子。这里还包括有其他的户外运动景点，如位于萨拉热窝附近的滑雪场，是1984年冬季奥运会的主办场地。