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Enver Maric, the Legend of BH Football, celebrates his 70th Birthday

April 17, 2018 10:00 AM
Enver Maric, the Legend of BH Football, celebrates his 70th Birthday

Enver Maric, the legend of FC Velez and one of the world’s best goalkeepers, was born 70 years ago in Mostar. He made his very first football steps in FC Velez, a club where he started training when he was just 12 years old. He debuted for the first team […]

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Let photos of Yugoslavia and BiH by Kurt Hielscher take you back in Time (gallery 1)

March 26, 2018 7:00 PM
Let photos of Yugoslavia and BiH by Kurt Hielscher take you back in Time (gallery 1)

Let photos of Yugoslavia by Kurt Hielscher take you back in time Kurt Hielscher was a German photographer and he traveled extensively around Europe in the 1910s, 1920s and 1930s, and was the author of several successful books with landscape and architecture photographs about Italy, Spain and Germany. Because of […]

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Mujo Mulaosmanovic, the first Bosnian who climbed a 7,000 meters tall Peak

March 17, 2018 1:15 PM
Mujo Mulaosmanovic, the first Bosnian who climbed a 7,000 meters tall Peak

A member of the Mountaineering Association ”Zeljeznicar”, Mujo Mulaosmanovic, started mountaineering back in 1975, and he became the first Bosnian who won more than 7,000 meters tall peak four years later. In the month of July 1979, Branimir Maltric and Mujo Mulaosmanovic climbed the peak of Korzenjevski in Pamir. He […]

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Drazenka Culjak revealed New Details of an Accident that terrified the entire Yugoslavia 33 Years ago

February 8, 2018 11:45 AM
Drazenka Culjak revealed New Details of an Accident that terrified the entire Yugoslavia 33 Years ago

It has been 33 years since the day when sisters Drazenka and Sima Culjak from Bogodol fell into a ten-meters deep pit, while traveling to Siroki Brijeg. Without any food, completely helpless and on a great cold, they spent seven days and eight nights in the pit, and they were […]

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Natasa Kandic nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

February 1, 2018 5:30 PM
Natasa Kandic nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

The US Senator Roger Wicker and congressman Eliot Engel nominated Serbian activist for human rights Natasa Kandic and the NGO from Belgrade “Fond for Humanitarian Right on the Nobel Prize for 2018″. “We are confident that this kind of recognition would be an additional stimulus to peace and reconciliation in […]

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One of the greatest Legends of BH Football Asim Ferhatovic Hase was born on January 24

January 25, 2018 11:00 AM
One of the greatest Legends of BH Football Asim Ferhatovic Hase was born on January 24

Asim Ferhatovic Hase is one of the greatest legends of FC Sarajevo. He played a total of 600 football matches and scored 400 goals for FC Sarajevo. He made his debut in the jersey of FC Sarajevo in the match against Zagreb back in 1952. Despite the fact that he […]

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Impressive Architecture of the former Yugoslavia at the Exhibition of the MoMA Museum in New York

January 22, 2018 2:45 PM
Impressive Architecture of the former Yugoslavia at the Exhibition of the MoMA Museum in New York

The Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) will explore the impressive concrete structures of the former Yugoslavia, highlighting the urban vision created during the years of communism, at an exhibition which will be opened this summer. The name of the exhibition is “Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in […]

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Dzemal Bijedic, the kind of Man that BiH needs Today

January 21, 2018 3:00 PM
Dzemal Bijedic, the kind of Man that BiH needs Today

One of the largest politicians and statesmen of BiH, Dzemal Bijedic, was killed in a plane crash near Kresevo on January 18, 1977. His wife Razija died together with him in that accident, and three children were left behind them. Years after his death, different conspiracy theories about the alleged […]

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

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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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British Journalist: The only Way to solve the Balkan Problems is the new Yugoslavia

January 16, 2018 2:45 PM
British Journalist: The only Way to solve the Balkan Problems is the new Yugoslavia

All the problems in the region arise from the violent breakup of multiethnic Yugoslavia in the 1990s, a process that the Western powers supported and actively encouraged, it is stated in a comment by the famous British journalist – Neil Clark. Clark points out that the all the potential crises […]

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