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Published: June 30th 2017
About one year ago my mom heard about Bosnian pyramids which have healing energy tunnels. Then I read on the internet about that pyramids and I found out that they are really interesting and that might be worth to go to Bosnia and see them. And so we went…
After a long night drive with not very comfortable bus we finely came to Visoko, 30 km away from the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo. First we went with our local guide to the hill from where you can see 213 m high hill named Visočica. Amateur archeologist dr. Semir Osmanagić discovered it in year 2005 and named it the Pyramid of the Sun, because of its proper geometry. It was build about 12.000 years ago.
In the neighborhood they also found similar pyramids and named them Pyramid of the Moon, Love, the Earth and the Dragon.
The entrance into the Pyramid of the Sun is in the Bosnian Valley of the pyramids where are also some energetic points. So first we walk throw that energetic park - a park of positive energy, peace, tranquility, harmony and nature.
We walked up and down the valley
and see Menhir, energy platform for meditation, the Huesa energy pyramid, spiral of the purification, stone balls, spiral aromatic and healing garden and megalits with geopuncture circle dedicate to the sources of life.
After 2 hour of walking throw that energetic park we finely went into the Pyramid of the Sun. First you must put the helmet on your head and if you're tall be careful because the trenches are very law in some areas! The first impression I got when I stepped inside was like being in our Slovenian Postojna cave. Dark law and narrow labyrinth trenches, some of them are still swollen, so volunteers have to carefully excavate them. The pyramids were not intrnded for burners but for relaxation and treatment.
Inside the pyramid there is a healing chambere where visitors feel very well because the concentration of negative ione is 36.000 / cm3
(in the air it's only 100/cm3
). The healing chamber alleviates symptoms of allergy, hase a good effection on the respiratory system, relives pain and improves general feeling. that this is a really true also prove doctors with researches.In one of the studies a women had a pressure about 200. She was in
the healing chamber for about 1h and her pressure dropped to 140. If you have serious health problems you have to visit the chamber every day for about 1h and in a week you will absolutely feel better.
After one and a half hour long tour and full of health we went to the Ilidža (municipality of Sarjavo) where our hotel was located. Despite the fact that we were already tired, especially from not sleeping on the bus, we went to the center of Ilidža which was about 10min walk away.
After a short walk through the pleasant streets full of cafes and small shops, we quickly returned to the hotel, because next day was another busy day.
The second and also the last day of our trip in Bosnia we went to Sarajevo. When you’re driving to the center you can see a lot of old, bombed and broken buildings, because of the war in Bosnia between years 1992 and 1996. The center is completely renovated and new. Our tour started at Latino Bridge, the oldest bridge in the city. It was known through Yugoslavia as a Principov most. This bridge is famous since 1914 when
the assassin Gavrilo Princip shot Ferdinand and the Austro-Hungarian war against Serbia began. And that war grown into the First World War.
On the other side of river Miljacka there is the former town hall called Vijećnica, today the national and university library.
Right in the next street the traditional restaurants begin. Almost every second house is restaurant with traditional food like bosnian kebabs (ćevapi), patty dish (pljeskavica), soup (čorba), fried bell peppers
stuffed with minced meat (punjena paprika), onions stuffed with minced meat (sogan-dolma), bread soaked in boiling milk or water and spread with kajmak
(popara), meatballs (ćufte), a meat-filled flaky pastry (burek), bosnian vegetable pie, meat and rice rolled in pickled cabbage leaves (sarma), baklava…and I could list more and more but I will stop and if you would like to know more about this delicious food I recommended you to go there and just eat and enjoy.
But there are not only restaurants. There is also market and shops with traditional Bosnian products from copper (coffee pots). Although the prices of products are written the sellers can sell you for more or less. You just have to negotiate.
When you’re walking down the main
street you came to the point: Sarajevo meeting of cultures. On the east there is like in Tureky (traditional shops, restaurants and King Fahad Mosque-đamija).
On the west side it's like in Vienna, modern and more expensive shops and locals. This part of the street is catholic so there is the Scared Hearth Cathedral, in the Neo-Gothic style, with Romanseque Revival elements. And it is quite similar to the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
After walking and sightseeing of this exciting city, we went back to the bus and on our half-day drive back home. We came home full of negative healing ions and positive impressions of this historic city.
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