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Catholics celebrated Palm Sunday, the Holy Week has started

April 15, 2019 12:00 PM
Catholics celebrated Palm Sunday, the Holy Week has started

Catholics celebrated yesterday the Palm Sunday, which is celebrated on the Sunday before Easter. Palm Sunday is an introduction to Holy Week. The church is remembering Jesus’ solemn entry into Jerusalem in the days before the Passover, which was described in all four Gospels (Mark 11: 1-11, Matthew 21: 1-11, […]

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Followers of Serbian Orthodox Church celebrate the Christmas Eve

January 6, 2019 2:00 PM
Followers of Serbian Orthodox Church celebrate the Christmas Eve

The Serbian Orthodox Church celebrates the Christmas Eve, thus preparing for the happiest Christian holiday of the Birth of Jesus Christ – Christmas. The birth of the Savior, whose arrival in the world is celebrated as the beginning of a new era and the happiest event for Christianity, is announced […]

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When will the renovated Catholic Church in Tuzla open its Doors?

December 9, 2018 2:00 PM
When will the renovated Catholic Church in Tuzla open its Doors?

The works on the construction of the Catholic Church “Sveti Franjo” in Tuzla, which started in 2011, is almost in its final phase. The universal hall and the accompanying object are made in a similar manner and style, and the official opening should be around June next year. The Catholic […]

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When will the restoration of Vjencac Medieval City start?

December 7, 2018 11:30 AM
When will the restoration of Vjencac Medieval City start?

Eparchy of Zahumlje and Herzegovina sent a request to the Municipality of Nevesinje for assigning of land at the Church of Saint Georgije on Vjencac for the restoration of this medieval city, as confirmed by the mayor of this municipality Milenko Avdalovic. Avdalovic noted that in the request was stated […]

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Archaeological site Mili is One of the most significant National Monuments in BiH

November 26, 2018 11:00 AM
Archaeological site Mili is One of the most significant National Monuments in BiH

Archaeological site Mili in Arnautovići near Visoko is one of the most significant national monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina and represents a unique symbol of the statehood of BiH. Mili represent the birthplace of the Bosnian nobility, the place of coronation and the burial church of the Bosnian rulers. It […]

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Less known Sites worth visiting in Sarajevo

October 17, 2018 8:00 AM
Less known Sites worth visiting in Sarajevo

Have you tried somun at “Aisa“, visited “Biban“, in “Park Princeva“, do you know Trebevic and surrounding picnic areas as your palm, as kid you run several times from Brewery to Trebevic with a famous cable car? Bistrik is a settlement on the side of Miljaka which defies to Vratnik […]

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

October 12, 2018 9:00 AM
The Symbol of the Coexistence in Jajce: The Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque

Dragan Glavas, a 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 […]

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What the famous Evliya Çelebi wrote about Sarajevo in 16th Century?

October 5, 2018 8:00 AM
What the famous Evliya Çelebi wrote about Sarajevo in 16th Century?

Evliya Çelebi, a travel writer, or, how he named himself Evliya Muhamed Zilli, was the son of Derviš, born in Istanbul on 25 March 1611 and died in 1979. In a period of 40 years (1631.-1670.), he went on many grand voyages throughout the Ottoman Empire, and he took part […]

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In 16th Century, Bihac was built on an Artificial Island surrounded by Walls

October 2, 2018 1:00 PM
In 16th Century, Bihac was built on an Artificial Island surrounded by Walls

Besides Sarajevo and Jajce, no other Bosnian town is as historically interesting as Bihac. In the town center are numerous cultural and historical monuments that are bear witnesses to its rich history, interwoven with different cultures, customs, and religions. There is not enough data on how Bihac looked in the […]

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Bihac offers delightful Summer Mornings and Beauty of River Una

September 30, 2018 1:00 PM
Bihac offers delightful Summer Mornings and Beauty of River Una

In central Bihac, a closely clumped church tower, turbe and 16th-century stone tower look very photogenic viewed through the trees across gushing rapids. And sitting at one of the riverside cafe-restaurant-cafes is delightful on a summer morning. But that’s about all there is to detain you here apart from nearby […]

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