Ilidža, Sarajevo Canton, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina

🇧🇦 Ilidža is a town and a municipality located in Sarajevo Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a chief suburb of Sarajevo and de facto its neighbourhood. It is best known for the Vrelo Bosne spring, as well as the natural environment of its surroundings and historical tradition dating back to Neolithic times. Sarajevo International Airport is located nearby.

Economy Prior to the war, Ilidža municipality was one of the five wealthiest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and one of the ten wealthiest in the whole of Yugoslavia. The war had a devastating effect on the town's economy, but today it is slowly starting to recover. Several important local companies are based in Ilidža. The town's economy is based on food processing, electronics, and manufacturing.

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Ilidža has a population of over 66,730 people. Ilidža also forms one of the centres of the wider Sarajevo metropolitan area which has a population of over 555,210 people.

Twin Towns – Sister Cities Ilidža is twinned with: 🇹🇷 Çekmeköy, Turkey; 🇹🇷 İzmit, Turkey.

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