Romanija is a mountain that inherits a rich history, and is also known as Hajdučka gora because of the stories and epic songs that can still be heard today. Etymologically, Romanija literally means the land of the Romans (or Romei). This name is believed to have originated in the early Middle Ages. At the end of the 19th century, when building a road on Glasinac, the Austro-Hungarians found numerous remains of Roman buildings. The famous Glasinac cart, earrings and remains of weapons were also found in the excavations. This accidental archeological discovery on Glasinac has attracted the attention of the entire scientific world. According to assumptions, one of the Roman fortifications was located near the town of Buđ on Romanija. This area, all the way to Goražde and the Drina, abounds in numerous remains of Roman culture that are still insufficiently explored.