Sanski Most, known to many as a city on nine rivers, is located at the foot of the Grmec mountain massif.
The natural treasures of the river Dabar, the unusual karst phenomena Bobijasko oko, the river Sana, the unusual mosque with four minarets are just some of the locations you can see in the video.
It is a town and municipality located in Una-Sana Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia.
It is situated on the banks of Sana River in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the region of Bosanska krajina, between Prijedor and Kljuc.
In 1878 the little town of Sanski Most was described as Muslim by Croatian historian Vjekoslav Klaic.
During World War II it was part of the Axis Independent State of Croatia (NDH), where the fascist Ustaše regime committed the Genocide of the Serbs and the Holocaust.