Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic is in Bosnia and Herzegovina once again to visit the ‘Bosnian Pyramids’ in Visoko.
Upon arrival, Djokovic immediately went to the ‘Ravne’ complex together with his host, Semir Osmanagic, the founder of the ‘Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun’.
This is Djokovic’s fifth time visiting the site, which he described as “heaven on earth” when he visited in July 2020.
Osmanagic is a local archaeologist who claims that the hills around Visoko are actually man-made structures that radiate energy which helps the human immune system. Although the scientific community is divided on whether there is any credit to the claim, Osmanagic is promoting the site as a tourist attraction, which has meanwhile brought many visitors to Bosnian town.