Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country located in southeastern part of Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula and is spread over an area of 51,129 sq kilometers. It shares its land borders with Serbia, Croatia, and Montenegro. Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina are Croatia, Bosnia, and Serbian and the main ethnic groups are Croat, Serb, and Bosniak. It follows the system of Federal Democratic Republic. Marka is the unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is the capital and the largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which hosted winter Olympic Games in 1984. Their cuisines include different types of vegetables and meat varying aromatic species in it. Bosnia and Herzegovina main farming region lies in the southwest because of its well-watered fertile soil and hot summers, which is favorable to grow cereals, fruits, and tobacco. Livestock's are reared on the upland areas.