The Honorary Consulate of Bosnia & Herzegovina, Nepal organises special photo exhibition


Kathmandu, April 16: The Honorary Consulate of Bosnia & Herzegovina in Nepal on Saturday organised a special exhibition that exhibited the natural, cultural, and historical heritage of the country to promote tourism.


The exhibition was jointly inaugurated by the Honourable Minister of Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation Rabindra Prasad Adhikari, and H.E. Ambassador of Bosnia &Herzegovina to Nepal Dr Sabit Subasic at a special ceremony held at Evoke Bistro and Café. The event was attended by special guests, including the friends of Bosnia & Herzegovina in Nepal.


Tucked on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, Bosnia & Herzegovina boasts being a melting pot of historic culture and natural landscapes, all of which have been captured beautifully through the lens of globally renowned photographer Prakash Bang.


Bosnia & Herzegovina is recognised as a European destination that makes for an affordable holidays, which has a lot to offer. The exhibition aims to capture the raw beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina along with the culture and its people.


The exhibition is open to the public from April 16 to April 18 between 10am to 5pm at Evoke Bistro and Café, Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur.







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