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What was it like to live in Sarajevo back in 1961? (VIDEO)

February 22, 2018 8:45 AM
What was it like to live in Sarajevo back in 1961? (VIDEO)

Thanks to the amateur footage of a professor, painter and photographer Aleksandar Bojko (1896-1968) from Banja Luka, now we have the opportunity to see how Sarajevo used to look like years ago. The amateur footage of Sarajevo (mostly the settlement of Bistrik) was created in the spring of 1961 with […]

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Borders of BiH are among the oldest in Europe

February 15, 2018 8:00 AM
Borders of BiH are among the oldest in Europe

The latest research showed once again that the borders of BiH are among the oldest in Europe and that they are far older than borders of neighbouring countries, which always had aspirations to occupy the territory of BiH. Namely, the research of one of the users of Reddit, whose nickname […]

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The Church of the Birth of the Holy Virgin – a Monument from the Fourth Century

January 22, 2018 1:15 PM
The Church of the Birth of the Holy Virgin – a Monument from the Fourth Century

Herzegovina is full of cultural and historical monuments, and one of the most valuable ones is the ancient temple in Ljubinje or today’s Church of the Birth of the Holy Virgin and three churches that are placed underneath it. Archaeologists found numerous remains of earlier buildings underneath the stone building, […]

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Bosniaks in Srebrenica saved 3,500 Serbs from the Massacre in 1942

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Bosniaks in Srebrenica saved 3,500 Serbs from the Massacre in 1942

Cases of courage and solidarity in World War II were not rare, and people like Mufti of Tuzla, Sefket ef. Kurt were numerous. Thanks to these, today almost forgotten, heroes of resistance to fascism, thousands of innocent people were saved, as well as their stories, which, if ever recorded, are […]

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Shots from 1944: The First Recordings of Tito were taken in Drvar (VIDEO)

January 21, 2018 9:00 AM
Shots from 1944: The First Recordings of Tito were taken in Drvar (VIDEO)

The first recordings of the life-long president of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito were published years after his death. It is a shot taken by British photojournalists back in 1944, during his visit to Drvar, where the 2nd Congress of the United Alliance of Anti-Fascist Youth of Yugoslavia took place. These […]

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Legendary Tito’s Yacht “Galeb” to be turned into a Floating Museum?

January 19, 2018 11:45 AM
Legendary Tito’s Yacht “Galeb” to be turned into a Floating Museum?

Tito’s yacht Galeb, which used to be a place where great geopolitical decisions were made and a ship that hosted glamorous stars of 20th century, will continue the new chapter in its history as a museum. Galeb was the Yugoslav icon of communist president, and Elizabeth Taylor, Sophie Loren and […]

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ili Roman Bridge is cultural and historical Treasure of Sarajevo’s Settlement of Ilidza

January 18, 2018 10:15 AM
ili Roman Bridge is cultural and historical Treasure of Sarajevo’s Settlement of Ilidza

It is not known when the stone fortress of the Roman bridge was constructed on an old and abandoned road near the main road near Sarajevo. This bridge is one of the four oldest preserved stone bridges in Sarajevo. Just as Kozija cuprija (Goat’s Bridge) is the eastern gate of […]

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Exhibition “Sarajevo 1878-1918” presented at the Ice Magic of the Municipality of Novo Sarajevo

January 11, 2018 10:15 AM
Exhibition “Sarajevo 1878-1918” presented at the Ice Magic of the Municipality of Novo Sarajevo

An exhibition under the title “Sarajevo 1878-1918” will take place at the Ice Magic of the Municipality of Novo Sarajevo on Thursday, January 11. The exhibition will present 40-year long Austro-Hungarian rule in BiH and Sarajevo. During its rule, Austria-Hungary shaped and gave a certain seal on everyday life and […]

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A new Exhibit – a Cloak of a Bosnian Nobleman, will be exposed near Haggadah

January 7, 2018 4:45 PM
A new Exhibit – a Cloak of a Bosnian Nobleman, will be exposed near Haggadah

In the newly renovated area of ​​the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), where will be exposed the priceless Haggadah, another exhibit will be displayed – a cloak of Mirko Radojevic, father of the great Bosnian prince Batic, was confirmed for BiH Radio Television (BHRT) from the National Museum. […]

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Do you know who was the first Reis-ul-ulema of the IC BiH?

December 11, 2017 12:30 PM
Do you know who was the first Reis-ul-ulema of the IC BiH?

The Islamic Community of BiH is definitely the most important national institution of Bosniaks in BiH, which, despite all the challenges, managed to survived, and it is taking care not only of the religious, but also of the cultural and spiritual being of this nation, for over a century and […]

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