Duvanjsko polje is a large valley located in the south-western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, bordered by the Dinaric Alps to the west and the highlands of Herzegovina to the east. It is a vast plain dotted with small villages and farms, surrounded by rolling hills and mountain ranges.
The area is known for its fertile soil, which has made it an important agricultural region since ancient times. The locals grow a variety of crops, including wheat, barley, corn, and tobacco, which has given the valley its name (‘duhan’ means ‘tobacco’ in Bosnian).
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