The world's number one tennis player, Serbian Novak Djokovic, arrived in the Bosnian town of Visoko on Monday, near capital sarajevo, to visit the so-called 'Bosnian Pyramids’ for the third time since July last year.
Djokovic player arrived in Visoko with his wife and two children. They were welcomed by the founder of the ‘Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun’, Semir Osmanagic.
Osmanagic is a local archeologist who began claiming in 2005 that Visoko is the location of ancient giant pyramids built by pre-historic people. According to Osmanagic, the hills around Visoko are actually man-made structures that radiate energy which helps the human immune system.
Although the scientific community is still divided on whether there is any credit to the claim, Osmanagic has since started promoting the site as a tourist attraction, which began bringing in many visitors Visoko.
During Djokovic’s last stay in Visoko, in July 2020, he described the site as “heaven on earth.”