Izačić

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Location
44°52'00"N
015°46'59"E
Country
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Izačić (Serbian Cyrillic: Изачић) is a village in the municipality of Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina.Spreads from border with Croatia to east 3km airline. Eastern, lower part, mainly lays in a valley between hill with sub-village called Mušići, below mountain Plješevica, and a hill Prtošanj, with stream between them and springs. The area is rich with natural springs and drinking water. Southern, upper part, lays on a flat area, rich with agricultural goods. As a last stop in Bosnia for travelers to Croatia, it has great economy for a small village. This village is most famous because in the summer of 1994 it was the site of the military Operation Tiger (1994).
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