IVO ANDRIĆ, Nobel Prize winner for literature, is the most famous name BH. literature in the world. He was born in the village of Dolac near Travnik in 1892. After completing elementary and high school in Travnik, Visegrad and Sarajevo, he continued his studies in Zagreb, Vienna and Krakow. After completing a doctorate in Graz in 1924, joined the diplomatic corps newly formed Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. He left his last diplomatic mission Ambassador in Berlin immediately after the German attacked and occupied Yugoslavia 06.04.1941. After returning to Belgrade, Andric retired from public life, writing in the isolation of his home some of the best works. During World War II he wrote his most important book - a novel "Bridge on the Drina", for which he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961. His other works - Travnik Chronicle, Pripovijetke, damn avlija, and others belong to the highest category of literary art. Andric died on 13.03.1975.