Travnik has a continental climate, located between the Adriatic sea to the South and Pannonia to the North. Average winter temperature on the other hand is a cold 0.5 °C (32.9 °F). Although there is evidence of some settlement in the region dating back to the Bronze Age, the true history of Travnik begins during the first few centuries AD.
Dating from this time there are numerous indications of Roman settlement in the region, including graves, forts, the remains of various other structures, early Christian basilicas, etc.
After finding layers of earth at a thickness of some 40cm, the team reached its conclusion that the structure is some 8,000-12,000 years old.
Analysis from the Institute in Tuzla of the massive blocks found at Visocica also indicates that the blocks are not natural, because of their density.
In the Middle Ages the Travnik area was known as the župa Lašva province of the medieval Bosnian Kingdom.
The area is first mentioned by Bela IV of Hungary in 1244.
excavation sites Digging is now taking place at more than 20 locations at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (Visocica) and over 30 on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon (Pljesevica), in addition to some 50 smaller locations.
Following a drought in 1949, the peasants of Yugoslavia were unable to meet unrealistic quotas set by their government and were punished.The Foundation of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (APBS) believes that the pyramidal site at Visocica at some 8,000 to 12,000 years old.