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Decrease in Prices in BiH recoded in July

August 24, 2019 3:00 PM
Decrease in Prices in BiH recoded in July

In July 2019, on average, the price levels decreased by 0.6 percent in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Higher prices in divisions of Alcoholic drinks and Tobacco, Housing and utilities, Health, Recreation and Culture and Other goods and services. In July of 2019, as compared to the previous month, the price index […]

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Reasons why You should visit Sarajevo at least Once in Your Life!

August 22, 2019 7:00 PM
Reasons why You should visit Sarajevo at least Once in Your Life!

1. It’s an excellent starting point Sarajevo is located in the heart of Southeastern Europe and is an excellent starting point when taking in the entire region. Only 126 kilometers further south is the seat of Herzegovina – sunny Mostar – whose symbol, the Old Bridge, is included on UNESCO’s list […]

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500,000 Euros has been allocated by the EU for creative Potential of Artists

August 21, 2019 1:00 PM
500,000 Euros has been allocated by the EU for creative Potential of Artists

The creative potential of artists, film makers and creative individuals in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been consistently supported and promoted through Creative Europe, exemplifying the continued engagement of the European Union in celebrating and promoting cultural heritage across Europe. On the occasion of the 25th edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival […]

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Boats are now available to Residents and Tourists in Trebinje!

June 28, 2019 7:00 AM
Boats are now available to Residents and Tourists in Trebinje!

Ten boats, available to tourists and citizens of Trebinje, sailed away from a newly reconstructed dock thanks to the support of the European Union. With the aim of reconstructing the rich cultural heritage of Trebinje and Nikšić in Montenegro, the project Ancient Traces of ageless Heritage and Tradition has revitalised […]

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City of Tuzla is an Example of Unity of Cultural Diversities

February 9, 2019 8:00 PM
City of Tuzla is an Example of Unity of Cultural Diversities

“When an Italian and Albanian song, Macedonian poetry, Roma theatre and Slovenian choir performance are gathered at a single event in one city, that city then represents Europe in its essence as an environment where cultural diversities exist in harmonious unity“, it was concluded at the event „Day of national […]

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SFF invites Filmmakers to Apply for True Stories Market Research Funding worth 3,000 Euros

January 24, 2019 12:00 PM
SFF invites Filmmakers to Apply for True Stories Market Research Funding worth 3,000 Euros

3000 € research grant sponsored by Heartefact Foundation is available for research of stories presented at True Stories Market, proposal deadline January 31, 2019. In 2016 Sarajevo Film Festival launched a new programme – Dealing with the Past. This project is dedicated to the improvement of dialogue in the countries […]

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Japanese Ambassador to BiH handed over Films provided for Broadcast on National Federal TV

January 23, 2019 9:30 AM
Japanese Ambassador to BiH handed over Films provided for Broadcast on National Federal TV

Japanese Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Ambassador Hideyuki Sakamoto handed over the list of 20 Japanese films and television programs provided for free for broadcasting on FTV, (Federal Radio and Television), one of the public broadcasters in BiH. Programs were handed over to Mr. Boris Šiber, Head of Programming […]

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New Contemporary Art ‘Ars Aevi’ Museum to be built in Wilson’s Promenade in Sarajevo

January 12, 2019 10:30 AM
New Contemporary Art ‘Ars Aevi’ Museum to be built in Wilson’s Promenade in Sarajevo

Mayor of Sarajevo Abdulah Skaka and attorney Sanjin Smajlović submitted a request for the issuing of a building permit for construction of the Museum of Contemporary Art Ars Aevi at a site located in Wilson’s Promenade, to the head of Municipality Novo Sarajevo Nedžad Koldžo today. This practically marks the […]

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17,000 Years Old Remains of Stone Tools found in Ricina Cave near Tomislavgrad

December 14, 2018 3:00 PM
17,000 Years Old Remains of Stone Tools found in Ricina Cave near Tomislavgrad

During the exploration of the source and Ricina cave, located in the wider area of the Vrilo near Tomislavgrad, the remains of stone tools were found that are 17,000 years old and represent a unique archaeological finding in this part of Herzegovina. The results of the research were published in […]

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The Roman Bridge in Ustikolina is almost forgotten

December 12, 2018 3:30 PM
The Roman Bridge in Ustikolina is almost forgotten

The Roman Bridge in Ustikolina is almost forgotten. No one takes special care of it, although it is on the list of national monuments of BiH since 2005, when the Commission for preservation of national monuments of BiH recognized its historical importance and significance. This pearl built of stone is […]

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