Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in southeastern Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula. The country shares borders with Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. Since Bosnia and Herzegovina is situated on a tectonic fault line, it occasionally suffers from destructive earthquakes.
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