Jajce is a small city in Bosnia & Herzegovina, central not only geographically but also culturally. It was the home of medieval kings, Ottoman governors, and a range of different ethnic groups, as well as being one of President Tito’s earliest Communist strongholds. The Walled City of Jajce is a medieval fortified nucleus of Jajce in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with citadel high above town on the hill, enclosed with approximately 1,300 meters long defensive walls. It is one of the best preserved fortified capitals of the Bosnian Kingdom, the last stronghold before to kingdom dissolved under the pressure of military advancement at the onset of Ottoman Empire takeover. The fortress was built by Hrvoje Vukčić Hrvatinić, the founder of Jajce. It is declared as a National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina and placed on UNESCO Tentative List.