When you think of Egypt, one thing that must immediately come to mind is the pyramids. They're part of the national image, and no matter what else happens to the country, historically, politically or otherwise, they will always be at the forefront of Egypt's identity. Now, when you think of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first if not only thing that comes to mind is likely war and genocide. And that's a pretty terrible identity to have. Especially given that it's been 15 years since the end of the Bosnian War.

But what if Bosnia also had pyramids, and they were larger and older than the Great Pyramids of Egypt? This question was brought up five years ago with the globally spread story that three pyramid-shaped hills in the town of Visoko might have been man-made as early as 14,000 years ago. Now a controversial and potentially worsening matter in terms of Bosnia's image, given that there's still no proof to this idea, the real-life archaeological project and tourist destination is at the center of Steven Eastwood and Geoffrey Alan Rhodes' film Buried Land.