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Bosnia & Herzegovina

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Bosnia & Herzegovina joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 along with Croatia and Slovenia. Previously the country participated as part of Yugoslavia but is yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest.

Bosnia & Herzegovina is located in Southeastern Europe in between Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. The country participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 1993 after placing second in the pre-contest qualification show, Kvalifikacija za Millstreet.
Bosnia & Herzegovina has held national finals as well as internal selections to determine its Eurovision entries over the years. The country scored its best placing in the Grand Final in 2006, third with Lejla performed by Hari Mata Hari. Since then the country has gone on to finish in the top ten on five other ocassions.

The basics

Full country name
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Capital
Sarajevo

Facts

First participation
1993 (Fazla)
Victories
None
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Millstreet 1993FazlaSva Bol Svijeta2716
Dublin 1994Alma and DejanOstani Kraj Mene3915
Dublin 1995Davor PopovicDvadeset I Prvi Vijek1419
Oslo 1996Amila GlamocakZa Našu Ljubav1322
Dublin 1997Alma CardzicGoodbye2218
Jerusalem 1999Dino and BeatricePutnici867
Copenhagen 2001NinoHano2914
Tallinn 2002MajaNa Jastuku Za Dvoje3313
Riga 2003Mija MartinaNe Brini2716
Istanbul 2004DeenIn The Disco
Grand Final919
Semi-Final1337
Kyiv 2005FeminnemCall Me
Grand Final7914
Athens 2006Hari Mata HariLejla
Semi-Final2672
Grand Final2293
Helsinki 2007Marija SesticRijeka Bez Imena
Grand Final10611
Belgrade 2008LakaPokušaj
First Semi-Final729
Grand Final11010
Moscow 2009ReginaBistra Voda
First Semi-Final1253
Grand Final1069
Oslo 2010Vukašin BrajićThunder And Lightning
Grand Final5117
First Semi-Final598
Düsseldorf 2011Dino MerlinLove In Rewind
Second Semi-Final1095
Grand Final1256
Baku 2012Maya SarKorake Ti Znam
Second Semi-Final776
Grand Final5518
Stockholm 2016Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and JalaLjubav Je
First Semi-Final10411

Bosnia & Herzegovina joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 along with Croatia and Slovenia. Previously the country participated as part of Yugoslavia but is yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest.

Bosnia & Herzegovina is located in Southeastern Europe in between Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. The country participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 1993 after placing second in the pre-contest qualification show, Kvalifikacija za Millstreet.
Bosnia & Herzegovina has held national finals as well as internal selections to determine its Eurovision entries over the years. The country scored its best placing in the Grand Final in 2006, third with Lejla performed by Hari Mata Hari. Since then the country has gone on to finish in the top ten on five other ocassions.

The basics

Full country name
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Capital
Sarajevo

Facts

First participation
1993 (Fazla)
Victories
None
Hosts
None
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Millstreet 1993FazlaSva Bol Svijeta2716
Dublin 1994Alma and DejanOstani Kraj Mene3915
Dublin 1995Davor PopovicDvadeset I Prvi Vijek1419
Oslo 1996Amila GlamocakZa Našu Ljubav1322
Dublin 1997Alma CardzicGoodbye2218
Jerusalem 1999Dino and BeatricePutnici867
Copenhagen 2001NinoHano2914
Tallinn 2002MajaNa Jastuku Za Dvoje3313
Riga 2003Mija MartinaNe Brini2716
Istanbul 2004DeenIn The Disco
Grand Final919
Semi-Final1337
Kyiv 2005FeminnemCall Me
Grand Final7914
Athens 2006Hari Mata HariLejla
Semi-Final2672
Grand Final2293
Helsinki 2007Marija SesticRijeka Bez Imena
Grand Final10611
Belgrade 2008LakaPokušaj
First Semi-Final729
Grand Final11010
Moscow 2009ReginaBistra Voda
First Semi-Final1253
Grand Final1069
Oslo 2010Vukašin BrajićThunder And Lightning
Grand Final5117
First Semi-Final598
Düsseldorf 2011Dino MerlinLove In Rewind
Second Semi-Final1095
Grand Final1256
Baku 2012Maya SarKorake Ti Znam
Second Semi-Final776
Grand Final5518
Stockholm 2016Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and JalaLjubav Je
First Semi-Final10411

The basics

Full country name
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Capital
Sarajevo

Facts

First participation
1993 (Fazla)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Bosnia & Herzegovina joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 along with Croatia and Slovenia. Previously the country participated as part of Yugoslavia but is yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest.

Bosnia & Herzegovina is located in Southeastern Europe in between Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. The country participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 1993 after placing second in the pre-contest qualification show, Kvalifikacija za Millstreet.
Bosnia & Herzegovina has held national finals as well as internal selections to determine its Eurovision entries over the years. The country scored its best placing in the Grand Final in 2006, third with Lejla performed by Hari Mata Hari. Since then the country has gone on to finish in the top ten on five other ocassions.
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Millstreet 1993FazlaSva Bol Svijeta2716
Dublin 1994Alma and DejanOstani Kraj Mene3915
Dublin 1995Davor PopovicDvadeset I Prvi Vijek1419
Oslo 1996Amila GlamocakZa Našu Ljubav1322
Dublin 1997Alma CardzicGoodbye2218
Jerusalem 1999Dino and BeatricePutnici867
Copenhagen 2001NinoHano2914
Tallinn 2002MajaNa Jastuku Za Dvoje3313
Riga 2003Mija MartinaNe Brini2716
Istanbul 2004DeenIn The Disco
Grand Final919
Semi-Final1337
Kyiv 2005FeminnemCall Me
Grand Final7914
Athens 2006Hari Mata HariLejla
Semi-Final2672
Grand Final2293
Helsinki 2007Marija SesticRijeka Bez Imena
Grand Final10611
Belgrade 2008LakaPokušaj
First Semi-Final729
Grand Final11010
Moscow 2009ReginaBistra Voda
First Semi-Final1253
Grand Final1069
Oslo 2010Vukašin BrajićThunder And Lightning
Grand Final5117
First Semi-Final598
Düsseldorf 2011Dino MerlinLove In Rewind
Second Semi-Final1095
Grand Final1256
Baku 2012Maya SarKorake Ti Znam
Second Semi-Final776
Grand Final5518
Stockholm 2016Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and JalaLjubav Je
First Semi-Final10411