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History Class: City of Mostar and Old Bridge since 1459

November 9, 2019 5:00 PM
History Class: City of Mostar and Old Bridge since 1459

  A settlement established as an urban structure in the 15th century on the crossing of a river and a land road was originally located in a valley of the Neretva River, between Hum Hill and the foot of the Velež Mountain. This relatively small settlement had two towers around […]

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Actors dressed as Historical Figures took Photos with Tourists in Mostar

October 26, 2019 5:00 PM
Actors dressed as Historical Figures took Photos with Tourists in Mostar

  Thanks to “Sarajevo Reborn”, historical figures from the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina met with Aleksa Santic and Emina today on the Old Bridge in Mostar. Sarajevo Reborn is a segment of the project “Sunny Side of the Federation of BiH 2019”, in which young Bosnian actors, costumed into […]

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EU “Europe for Citizens” connects and supports Dialogue and Mutual Understanding

October 24, 2019 1:30 PM
EU “Europe for Citizens” connects and supports Dialogue and Mutual Understanding

Aiming to promote joint European history and encourage citizen participation in shaping the future of Europe, the European Union’s programme Europe for Citizens connects and supports dialogue and mutual understanding. In an effort to make Europe a better home for its citizens, the European Union launched this programme with the […]

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Establishing a Nation at Ethno-regional Level is a Recipe for all future Conflicts

October 13, 2019 8:00 PM
Establishing a Nation at Ethno-regional Level is a Recipe for all future Conflicts

  Establishing a nation at the ethno-regional level is a recipe for all future conflicts, and unless a civilian model of the nation in the Western Balkans is accepted, conflict is inevitable, said international relations expert Zlatko Hadzidedic. Addressing the media ahead of the start of the session of the Association […]

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Amel Tuka won Silver in Finals of the Doha World Championship

October 2, 2019 8:00 AM
Amel Tuka won Silver in Finals of the Doha World Championship

    Bosnia and Herzegovina’s best athlete Amel Tuka competed in the 800-meter on Tuesday evening in the finals of the Doha World Championship. In the finals, he managed to reach the silver medal, the greatest achievement in the history of BiH athletics. Tuka ran out in 1:43:37. This was […]

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Pocitelj City is carved with the History of the Middle Ages and Rule of the Ottoman Empire (video)

September 28, 2019 6:00 PM
Pocitelj City is carved with the History of the Middle Ages and Rule of the Ottoman Empire (video)

Počitelj, a small town located in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 35 kilometers from Mostar, is situated on the left bank of the Neretva River. It is carved with the history of the middle ages and the rule of the Ottoman Empire. Medieval defense forts dominate the high cliffs […]

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First Bathing Spa and Winery in Sarajevo in XIX Century

September 21, 2019 6:00 PM
First Bathing Spa and Winery in Sarajevo in XIX Century

Goat’s Bridge (Kozja cuprija) is one of the bridges on Miljacka River, and it used to represent one of the two entrances to the city of Sarajevo. There were two roads that led to the capital of BiH. First one across Hresa and Romanija, and the other through Goat’s Bridge. […]

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Do You know Story about Medieval Town Kuslat?

September 16, 2019 2:00 PM
Do You know Story about Medieval Town Kuslat?

Kušlat is a medieval town founded in 13th century. This cultural-historical monument is located at where Jadar river flows into Drinjača  river, 15 kilometers south from Zvornik, on a vertical rock. As a significant monument of material culture, it testifies about a bygone era when it, with its beauty, power […]

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Do You know the Story about Town Gate at the entrance to Zvornik?

September 15, 2019 4:00 PM
Do You know the Story about Town Gate at the entrance to Zvornik?

It is interesting that in Zvornik was imprisoned and later murdered, a famous leader of the First Serbian Uprising Stojan Čupić known as the Dragon of Noćaja. The Turks caught him fraudulently. Ali-Pasha Vidajić, the master of Zvornik kept him one month in prison in Lower Town (Town Gate) at […]

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24th Anniversary of Massacre on Markale Market

August 28, 2019 9:00 AM
24th Anniversary of Massacre on Markale Market

One of the saddest dates in the near history of Sarajevo will be marked today – the Day of Remembrance of all the victims of the besieged Sarajevo in the period from 1992 to 1995. Besides that, the capital of BiH paid tribute to the victims of the massacre on […]

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