Vratnik: Neighborhood that Proudly Represents the Sunny Side

April 4, 2015 4:00 PM
Vratnik: Neighborhood that Proudly Represents the Sunny Side

It is called the sunny side. The one opposite of memli Vratnik… The neighborhood that ‘represents’ the sunny side, one of the oldest in Sarajevo. The neighborhood that has its own spirit and way of life. The word Vratnik means knot, it is assumed because it is on top of […]

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Cube – Puzzle: Promotion of Beauty of 28 National Monuments

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Cube – Puzzle: Promotion of Beauty of 28 National Monuments

Public Institution Agency for Cultural, Historical and Natural Heritage and Development of Tourist Potential of Town Jajce has made its own product, called “Jajce cube – puzzle”. Each Jajce cube – puzzle has 6 pictures on it, and it is made up of 9 small cubes that are suitable for […]

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Sarajevo City Hall Glows in Blue

April 3, 2015 1:45 PM
Sarajevo City Hall Glows in Blue

Association EDUS – Education for all, as an ambassador of Association ‘Autism Speaks’ for B&H, yesterday night, on World Autism Awareness Day, organized the finals of world action ‘Glow in bright blue for all with autism’ (‘Light It Up Blue’). Last night, families with children from the EDUS’s program, friends […]

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Tourists will be able soon to climb on the Minaret of Gazi Husrev-bey’s Mosque

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Tourists will be able soon to climb on the Minaret of Gazi Husrev-bey’s Mosque

Tourists and all the citizens, will be enabled soon to view Baščaršija from “bird’s eye view” from  minaret of Gazi Husrev-bey’s mosque, which is located in the heart of old center of capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as reported by portal Faktor.ba. This was also confirmed from Gazi Husrev-bey’s Mosque, […]

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Cultural Heritage: Europe is a Land of Cathedrals and Medieval Bosnia of Tombstones

March 30, 2015 10:00 AM
Cultural Heritage: Europe is a Land of Cathedrals and Medieval Bosnia of Tombstones

Medieval Bosnia was and still is the land of tombstones. They are usually decorated with medieval symbols that are carved as shallow or less sag relief. Motives are religious, such as the cross, lilies, crescent, ring, but there are also secular representations such as dancing, hunting, knight tournaments etc. Dervis […]

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The Symbol of the Coexistence in Jajce: The Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque

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The Symbol of the Coexistence in Jajce: The Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque

Dragan Glavas, tourist guide in the PE “Agency for cultural, historical and natural heritage and the development  of tourist potentials of Jajce“, said that in November 1461, in this church, the last Bosnian King Stjepan Tomasevic has been crowned. From the middle of 19th century, the object is not in […]

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One of the most Beautiful Waterfalls in the World in the Center of Jajce

March 29, 2015 11:00 AM
One of the most Beautiful Waterfalls in the World in the Center of Jajce

Pliva waterfall in the center of Jajce city, one of twelve most beautiful ones in the world, originated 50.000 years ago. And after so many years, it is impossible to pass through the part of the road that goes through Jajce, and not to admire such natural beauty. Jajce has […]

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No Night Skiing on Bjelasnica due to Technical Issues

March 26, 2015 2:45 PM
No Night Skiing on Bjelasnica due to Technical Issues

Ski lifts K1 (cradle) and three-seat lift are in function today at Babin Do on Bjelasnica. Ski lift BX is not in function due to technical issues, and therefore will not be night skiing. Trail for Nordic skiing is in function on Veliko polje on Igman. The snow depth on […]

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La Violette: Pyramids in Visoko are the most Important Archaeological Project on the Planet

March 24, 2015 3:30 PM
La Violette: Pyramids in Visoko are the most Important Archaeological Project on the Planet

Eminent American physicist, Dr. Paul LaViolette, wrote an article about the discovery of the Bosnian pyramids, which was published in popular Australian magazine ‘Nexus’ in its March issue. The article: ‘New Findings at the Bosnian Pyramid Complex’ deals with energy, electromagnetic properties of the Bosnian pyramids, which, for LaViolette, is […]

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Water Mills on the River Pliva are Guardians of the Centuries-old Tradition

March 22, 2015 7:00 PM
Water Mills on the River Pliva are Guardians of the Centuries-old Tradition

Near the town Jajce, between large and small Pliva Lake, on the gypsum barrier water mills were built known in Jajce also as ‘’mlinčići’’. Nineteen water mills – dwellings, covered with shingles, were built of oak wood more than a hundred years before. They were built without attics, windows, chimneys… […]

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