Fojnica as a town was first mentioned in 1365, when miners had come from Germany and Dubrovnik to develop this ore-rich area. Franciscan monastery of the Holy Spirit is a Bosnian Franciscan monastery in Fojnica. It was founded in 1668 and it includes a library of 12,500 volumes, including 13 incunabula and 156 works written in Bosnian Cyrillic. The museum houses the Book of Coats of Arms, dating from 1304-probably one of the oldest books in the region, with historical coats of arms of some Balkan countries and of then-prominent Bosnian families. A rare numismatic collection is also on exhibit. Most of the works are philosophical and theological, printed from the 16th to the 19th centuries. The library's archive preserves more than 3,000 documents from the Ottoman Empire, with 13 of them dating back to 1481. Glacier made, Prokoško Lake is “nested” at 1636 m.a.s.l, with number of old, shingle covered, shepherd’s wooden huts - Katuni at its vicinity and amphitheatre of Vranica mountain behind, are definitely something not to miss for any nature lover during the trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina.