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The ancient history of the area of today's city Ljubuški is marked by wars between the Illyrians and Romans, until the latter finally won at the beginning of the first century. Many material remains and ruins testify of Roman rule in the municipality of Ljubuški, especially when it comes to a large number of tombstones and architectural buildings.

The first Franciscans came to Ljubuški during Kotromanić’s reign and founded a monastery in the 15th century. The foundation stone for the new monastery was blessed by the Apostolic Vicar Anđeo Kraljević in April, 4th 1867.

The collection of artwork with its permanent exhibition called "Mother" was opened on the Mother's Day, in May 8th, 2004 in the Gallery of monastery in Humac in Ljubuški. The idea of establishing the collection comes from two Franciscan priests – Fr Ljudevit Rupčić and Fr Viktor Nuić.

The Humac Museum is the oldest museum in Bosnia and Herzegovina, established in 1884 and located near Franciscan Monastery on Humac in Ljubuški. The monastery was built in 1869.

Ljubuški is a small town in Western Herzegovina of Illyrian and Roman origins. The Ljubuški Old Town is located at a prominent rocky top of the mountain chain Buturović.

Ljubuški is a town located on the left bank of the Trebižat River. It is the most famous for its natural beauties located in the good geographic locations, especially when it comes to Trebižat River with its numerous waterfalls like Kravice Waterfall and Koćuša Waterfall.

Kravice Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall which is located three kilometers downstream from Vitaljina, in Studenci near Ljubuški, only 40 kilometers from Mostar. Trebižat River is responsible for existence of this waterfall, which height ranges from 26 - 28 meters.

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