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Over half million EUR Grants awarded for improvement of WB Tourism

November 9, 2018 3:00 PM
Over half million EUR Grants awarded for improvement of WB Tourism

The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)’s EU-funded Tourism Development and Promotion Project has awarded the first twelve, out of 30 + grants in total value of EUR 548,000, in Sarajevo today. These grants are awarded to the best project proposals received though the public call for proposals looking for ideas intended […]

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Interesting Story about Russian Couple who moved to Sarajevo

October 29, 2018 11:00 AM
Interesting Story about Russian Couple who moved to Sarajevo

Originally from distant Russia, the family of Mayya Kurbanova moved to Sarajevo in the summer of 2014. The decision to move with three children to BiH Mayya made together with her husband Artem Avenessian. This big step in their life was also influenced by the moment when Mayya first tried […]

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A Village Hum in Bugojno: Forgotten Beauty that is hard to describe

October 27, 2018 4:30 PM
A Village Hum in Bugojno: Forgotten Beauty that is hard to describe

Vivid landscapes, whose beauty is hard to describe and a narrow, gravel, forest road that leads to the village Hum, is the first thing by a man who, accidentally or not, arrive to the farthest part of Bugojno municipality. Few people know this, but in Susljici, that is located about […]

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The European Paradigm of thinking about BiH has for Years been based on Misconceptions

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The European Paradigm of thinking about BiH has for Years been based on Misconceptions

This year’s elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina are unlikely to bring about a fundamental change in the country’s politics, but for the first time they may be held amidst (possibly legitimate) allegations of vote rigging. There is an almost universal consensus in Europe that Bosnia is not a successful project […]

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Do You know how Bihac looked 100 Years Ago?

October 22, 2018 7:00 AM
Do You know how Bihac looked 100 Years Ago?

Settlements on the territory of the present-day town of Bihac have existed since the Palaeolithic, and the toponym Bihac was mentioned for the first time by Hungarian king Bela IV in a charter. It was in 1260. Strategically very important, this city experienced a real renaissance during the Middle Ages, […]

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History Class: How Family Pozderac saved Jews and Serbs?

October 18, 2018 7:00 AM
History Class: How Family Pozderac saved Jews and Serbs?

House of Nurija Pozderac, a prominent BH politician from the beginning of the last century and proven benefactor, is located in the center of Cazin, in the northwest of the country, and it represents a recognizable symbol of the town. Before the World War II, Nurija was a senator in […]

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Do You know the Story of “Inat Kuca”?

October 16, 2018 10:00 AM
Do You know the Story of “Inat Kuca”?

Have you ever wondered how the Sarajevo beauty – “Inat Kuca“ got its name? When the Austro-Hungarian monarchy came to power in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it built numerous buildings such as the Post Office, the National Museum, the Faculty of Law etc. But, when they started with the construction of the […]

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Read how some Cities in BiH got their Names

October 15, 2018 8:00 AM
Read how some Cities in BiH got their Names

Stories about the origin of city names are often interesting. and, after all, do you know why the city you live in is called just like that? SARAJEVO The word “Sarajevo“ is of Turkish origin and is a compound of the words “Saray“ which means palace, fortress and “Ovasi“ that […]

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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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Trams are changing, but ‘’Two’’ remains the same

October 10, 2018 8:00 AM
Trams are changing, but ‘’Two’’ remains the same

An interesting photo of Sarajevo tram, at the station Sebilj, was recorded by German photographer back in 1969. At this time ‘Prague’ trams, like the one from the picture, were slowly suppressing ‘Washingtons’. It was the latest innovation on Sarajevo rails, characteristic by its aerodynamic design and remarkable red color. […]

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