Travnik, located in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, means "grass" in Slavic, which can be called "caocheng".
Travnik Castle was built by Turkic people. The location is good, one is that you can overlook the important place in and out of Caocheng; the second is to get endless access to nearby mountain springs; the third is to sit on a single high ground, and you can only enter and exit through a bridge.
The small, later rebuilt residence of the first Nobel Prize winner in the Balkans, Ivo Andreige, has a restaurant open to the door in the courtyard. Buy tickets to the second floor, there are award-winning books and some introductions. The prize-winning book "Trafnik Chronicle", which takes the French Revolution, the rise and fall of Napoleon's Empire, the restoration of the Bourbon Dynasty, the reign and fall of Selim III as the historical background, describes the process of the exploration of the life path and the ultimate collapse of the ideal of the French Consul in Bosnia, Daville. And the fate of the two governors of Bosnia, Muhammad Pasha and Ibrahim Pasha. Ivo Andrei (1892-1975) was arrested and imprisoned for participating in the patriotic movement during World War I, representing the Bosnian trilogy "Bridge on the River Derna", "Women in Sarajevo" and "Tlavnik Chronicle", and acting as the president of the Yugoslavia Association after liberation.