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Jajce is an Open Air Museum that attracts Tourists throughout the Year

May 21, 2020 12:15 PM
Jajce is an Open Air Museum that attracts Tourists throughout the Year

  Despite the coronavirus, tourists from Bosnia and Herzgeovina still visit Jajce, a town also called the “museum under the open sky”, with the aim of visiting many religious facilities, cultural and historical monuments, and natural beauties. Visitors in Jajce mandatorily visit the Church of the Holy Mary with the […]

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Bosko and Admira died together defending their Love 27 Years ago

May 19, 2020 8:00 AM
Bosko and Admira died together defending their Love 27 Years ago

  The Bosniak Admira Ismić and a Serb Boško Brkić knew no obstacles in nationality or religion. They were raised to be humans above all. They were born in 1968 in Sarajevo, and they fell in love at a young age. Boško and Admira were both 16 year old when […]

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IFIMES: Serbian Orthodox Church still stuck in Milosevic’s time, Montenegro in NATO

January 21, 2020 5:45 PM
IFIMES: Serbian Orthodox Church still stuck in Milosevic’s time, Montenegro in NATO

  On 27 December 2019, the Assembly of Montenegro adopted the Law on the Freedom of Religion or Believes and the Legal Status of Religious Communities. The adoption of this law led to strong reactions and protests by the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) and opposition parties in the country. Affected […]

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Group of Residents of the City of Trebinje protested near the Border

December 29, 2019 9:45 AM
Group of Residents of the City of Trebinje protested near the Border

  A group of residents of the city of Trebinje gathered on Saturday at Klobuk border between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro, to express opposition to the Law on Religious Freedom in Montenegro. Among the gathered were Bishop Dimitrije, Mayor of Trebinje Mirko Curic, president of the city’s veteran organization Dejan Bodiroga, […]

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Research shows how Religious are Citizens of Bosnia-Herzegovina

December 17, 2019 3:00 PM
Research shows how Religious are Citizens of Bosnia-Herzegovina

  Europeans generally are less religious than people in other parts of the world. But within Europe, there are sometimes sizable differences in levels of religious commitment, according to an analysis of recent Pew Research Center surveys in 34 countries. There are many ways of defining what it means to be religious, […]

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Freedom of Religion or Belief discussed at Conference in Sarajevo

November 15, 2019 3:00 PM
Freedom of Religion or Belief discussed at Conference in Sarajevo

  More than 50 representatives of religious communities, local authorities and civil society organizations from across Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) gathered to discuss freedom of religion or belief at a conference on 12 November 2019 in Sarajevo, organized by the OSCE Mission to BiH. The discussion focused on the modes […]

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Catholic and Orthodox Church stand side by side with a Mosque in Bosanska Krupa

April 4, 2019 6:00 PM
Catholic and Orthodox Church stand side by side with a Mosque in Bosanska Krupa

Bosanska Krupa is a town in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the Una river. It is located 30 km (19 mi) northeast from Bihać (350 km away from Sarajevo). Bosanska Krupa is located on the border within the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina adjacent to the municipalities of Bužim, Cazin, […]

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Gazi Husrev-bey’s Medresah in Sarajevo marks the 482nd Anniversary

January 8, 2019 10:00 AM
Gazi Husrev-bey’s Medresah in Sarajevo marks the 482nd Anniversary

Gazi Husrev-bey’s Medresah (high school) in Sarajevo marks the 482nd anniversary of continuous educational work. On this occasion, a central ceremony will take place in the amphitheater of the Gazi Husrev-bey medresah. In addition to the traditional Academy, special acknowledgments for the affirmation of education will be given to Dzemal […]

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Interesting Story about Jews living in BiH, from 1930s until Today

December 14, 2018 4:00 PM
Interesting Story about Jews living in BiH, from 1930s until Today

Could Bosnia and Herzegovina, the site of the worst genocide in Europe since the Holocaust, be the safest place on the Continent to be a Jew? Jakob Finci, president of the Jewish community of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which numbers some 1,000, thinks it may well be. “We think we’re safe […]

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BiH on the World Map of Atheism and Non-Religious People

August 27, 2018 1:00 PM
BiH on the World Map of Atheism and Non-Religious People

Maps of atheism and maps of the non-religious population were created based on the extensive research conducted by the company Gallup, which included more than 60,000 people in 68 different countries all over the world. The survey also included BiH. According to this research, a total of 1 % of […]

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