Zvornik fortress

 Zvornik town (fortress) is located near Zvornik, which is one of the most valuable facilities of its kind in the country and could be compared to the Petrovaradin fortress, Kalemegdan and the like. The time of its construction is linked to the period when the Drina stabilised as the boundary between the Bosnian and Serbian medieval state, i.e. about the second half of the 12th century.

The town consists of three connected parts: Donji (next to the road Zvornik – Sarajevo), Srednji (the oldest part, which got its present appearance around 1433 when Despot Djuradj came to rule Zvornik) and Gornji (on an elevated hill above Zvornik, at 407 m above sea level).