A state within the state.

Brčko is a small town in northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the border with Croatia. It's located on the left bank of the Sava River, opposite the city of Zagreb. The town has a population of about 12,000 and is the administrative center of the Brčko District, one of two autonomous districts in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The town is an important transportation hub, with a bridge across the Sava River and a railway junction. It's also an important industrial center, with factories producing cigarettes, textiles, and other goods.

Brčko is a pleasant town with a nice riverfront promenade. It's a popular destination for weekend trips from Zagreb.

Average temperatures during the day in Brčko.

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The Balkans region is located in southeastern Europe and comprises several countries. These include Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia.
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