Blagaj is a small village located just 12 kilometers south of the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is situated on the banks of the Buna river and is famous for its stunning natural beauty, Ottoman architecture, and historical significance.

The main attraction in Blagaj is the Blagaj Tekke, which is a Dervish monastery built around 1520. The monastery is located at the base of a steep cliff, next to the Buna river and is one of the most important Islamic monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is also a popular pilgrimage site for Muslims.

Apart from the Blagaj Tekke, other popular attractions in the village include the Buna river spring, which is the largest karst spring in Europe and the historical Blagaj Fort, which dates back to the Ottoman period.

Blagaj is also well known for its traditional Bosnian cuisine, which includes dishes such as cevapi, burek, and dolma. There are several restaurants in the village where visitors can sample these local delicacies while enjoying the picturesque views of the Buna river and surrounding mountains.

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