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Original scientific paper
; Faculty of Philosophy, University in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
; Faculty of Philosophy, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Pages 153 - 173
The Tuzla region as the individually, cultural, political and economic unity, which is communicationally linked to the other parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, was highly interesting for the neighbouring states. The Tuzla region was developing in the economic as well as and in communicational, millitary and cultural area during the long lashing period (1474.-1878.) when Tuzla was a constitutional part of, then called, Turkish Empire. Austro-Hungaria became interested in the region soom as the Turkish Empire showed signs of the decline of its power. In 1878, following the Berlin conference, Austro-Hungaria occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina together with the Tuzla region. Since then, the fast economic developement, which directly affected (influenced) urbanization and emergence of a new social relations, has become. Tuzla becomes the center of administrative-bureaucratic, millitary, cultural, religions and other institutions of a regional and communal level. All these happenings have changed, among other things, and the social structure of Tuzla population.