Kraljeva Sutjeska (or Kraljeva Sutjeska = Royal Gorge) and the citadel at Bobovac were once the seat of two Bosnian kings, Tomas and Tvrtko, of the Kotromanic Dynasty. The last Bosnian queen, Saint Katarina, is mourned today by the local townswomen who still wear black scarves as part of the traditional dress. When the Ottomans conquered the fortress at Bobovac, Queen Katarina either fled or was exiled to Rome, never to return to Bosnia. It was reported that her children were taken to Istanbul, where her son converted to Islam and became a major figure in the Ottoman administration.
The places from witch we protect and spread the cultural and historical inheritance of the medieval Bosnian kingdom
Originally built in the middle of 14 th.century with its uniqueness and beauty must leave you impressed and inspired.
As a part of monastery it houses priceless historical treasures.
Wich keeps rare and valuable historical records.
The site of the kings' castle from from 1330 .The remains are still there. There is a short part between the castle remains and the monastery.
The residency of the Bosnian kings during medieval times- today it is the site of the mausoleum of the royals and the remnants of the Kotromanic dinasty castle .
The old bosnian house with the original archictecture from 18 th. century.
The Mehmed II Fatih mosk from 15 th .century which is claimed to be the oldest in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Cultural,historical and ecological action SAVE BOBOVAC - beginning of June.
- Kraljeva Sutjeska patron St.John the Baptist - June 24 th.
- The Mass on Bobovac - August 2nd.
- Mevlud in Kr.Sutjeska - The last Friday in August.
- The Queen Katarina days - Traditional manifestation of folk custom and folk dance - End of October .