An earthquake of three degrees on the Richter scale was recorded yesterday in the area of Nevesinje, the European Mediterranean Seismological Center stated.
The earthquake occurred at 5:44 p.m., with an epicenter 21 kilometers east of Nevesinje and 47 kilometers from Mostar.
According to initial information, the earthquake had a magnitude of three on the Richter scale, and the hypocenter was at a depth of five kilometers.
On August 28th, Bosnia and Herzegovina was hit by a new earthquake, and the epicenter was near Stolac and Mostar, EMSC writes.
The magnitude of the earthquake was 3.8 on the Richter scale.
The earthquake was at a depth of five kilometers.
As readers write, the earthquake was felt in Ljubinje, Nevesinje, Bileca, but also in Dubrovnik.
“It lasted about three to four seconds,” they write from Dubrovnik.