Kladanj-icon Kladanjball is a city in Bosnia-icon Bosnia and Herzegovinaball, more specifically in Tuzla Canton-icon Tuzla Cantonball, a cantonball of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovinaball. Kladanj-icon Kladanjball is a Slavs-icon Slavic and mostly Islam-icon Muslim cityball, as well a big Bosnia-icon Bosniak population, and has the River Drinjača that runs through his clay, which is in the center of the town.


The area of what is now Kladanj-icon Kladanjball might have been inhabited 2-icon Native Europeans. Then after a while, Illyria-icon Illyriaball took the clay, who after became conquered by SPQR-icon SPQRball for a while. SPQR-icon SPQRball eventually fell and Kladanj-icon Kladanjball's clay was a part of Western Roman Empire-icon Western Roman Empireball, and then Byzantine-icon Eastern Roman Empireball, which later changed to Byzantine-icon Byzantineball. Slavs-icon Slavsball took the clay next, and developed to Banate of Bosnia-icon Banate of Bosniaball. Right around here in 1138, Kladanj-icon Kladanjball was mentioned in Kingdom of Hungary-icon Kingdom of Hungaryball's writings. Kingdom of Bosnia-icon Kingdom of Bosniaball came next, who got conquered by Ottoman-icon Ottoman Empireball. Ottoman-icon Ottomanball had the clay of what is now Bosnia-icon Bosniaball to be Bosnia Eyalet-icon Bosnia Eyaletball, and he brought many advancements to Kladanj-icon Kladanjball, such as running water, helpful things to the people of Kladanj-icon Kladanjball's clay, and Islam-icon Islam. After a long period with Ottoman-icon Ottomanball, Bosnia Eyalet-icon Bosnia Eyaletball became then Bosnia Eyalet-icon Bosnia Vilayetball and 404-icon Herzegovina Eyaletball for a bit and later Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball annexed them both. Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball put the clay of what is now Bosnia-icon Bosniaball to be Austro-Hungarian Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Austro-Hungarian Bosnia and Herzegovinaball, a condominium of Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball. Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball brought a lot of changes around Austro-Hungarian Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Austro-Hungarian Bosnia and Herzegovinaball. World War I started, and then Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball fell. Some remaining parts of Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball and the Kingdom of Serbia-icon Kingdom of Serbiaball combined to become Panslavic-icon (reversed) State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbsball, which was an unrecognized state until it later changed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia-icon Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenesball, who changed their name to Kingdom of Yugoslavia-icon Kingdom of Yugoslaviaball. World War II started, and when it ended Kingdom of Yugoslavia-icon Kingdom of Yugoslaviaball stopped being a kingdom and instead became Yugoslavia-icon Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslaviaball, under a Communism-icon Communist regime. In the 1980's, people started to protest and many social change began. Croatia-icon Croatiaball, Slovenia-icon Sloveniaball, and Macedonia-icon Macedoniaball left. The only Yugoslavia-icon Yugoslaviaball republics left were SR Serbia-icon SR Serbiaball, SR Serbia-icon SR Montenegroball, and SR Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon SR Bosnia and Herzegovinaball. SR Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon SR Bosnia and Herzegovinaball saw everyone else was leaving, so he decided to leave on March 1, 1992, and became his own country called Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovinaball. SR Serbia-icon SR Serbiaball and SR Serbia-icon SR Montenegroball (who became Panslavic-icon Federal Republic of Yugoslaviaball) didn't like this so they started the Bosnian War which lasted from 1992 to 1995. Finally, the Dayton agreement was signed and Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovinaball would become Bosnia-icon Bosnia and Herzegovinaball, and split in two entities: Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovinaball (which has cantons) and Srpska Republic-icon Republika Srpskaball. There would also be one neutral district: Brchko District-icon Brčko Districtball. Today, Kladanj-icon Kladanjball is a part of Tuzla Canton-icon Tuzla Cantonball, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovinaball, Bosnia-icon Bosnia and Herzegovinaball.

How to Draw

Drawing Kladanj-icon Kladanjball is not too hard:

  1. Draw a circle with a black outline
  2. Fill the circle wih white
  3. Draw Kladanj-icon Kladanjball's seal inside
  4. Draw eyes
  5. Done!



Bosnia-icon Bosnia and Herzegovinaball - My father

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina-icon Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovinaball - I am in clay of his

Tuzla Canton-icon Tuzla Cantonball - Of my favorite canton because has friend of good Tuzla-icon Tuzlaball, and me

Sarajevo-icon Sarajevoball - Big protective brother, and I visit often clay of his

Mostar-icon Mostarball - Has beautiful Stari Most and other protective brother.

Tuzla-icon Tuzlaball - One of the best friends and brother, and looks out for me

Zenica-Doboj Canton-icon Zenicaball - Good friend and lots of Bosnia-icon Bosniaks

Erie-icon Erieball - My peoples like to go to his clay and there of lots of my peoples there.

St Louis-icon St. Louisball - Bosnian city in USA-icon USAball

Ottoman-icon Ottoman Empireball - He helped me lots during I was his clay and now I have Islam-icon Islam! But was of genodical...

Turkey-icon Turkeyball - KEBAB


Austria-Hungary-icon Austria-Hungaryball - Was ok, did change a lot

USA-icon USAball - Helped during the war a bit, and there is a lot of my people in his clay

Croatia-icon Croatiaball - Sometimes wants to remove kebab, but language is similar to ours and also doesn't like Serbia-icon Serbiaball


Serbia-icon Serbiaball - STOP REMOVING KEBAB!!!!

Srpska Republic-icon Republika Srpskaball - Serbia-icon Kebab Remover's son

Panslavic-icon Serbia and Montenegroball - ALSO STOP REMOVING KEBAB!!!!!!

Banja Luka-icon Banja Lukaball - Anti-Kebabized!

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