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Eid Traditions in BiH: The Tradition of the Muslim Holiday

July 6, 2016 9:00 AM
Eid Traditions in BiH: The Tradition of the Muslim Holiday

Eid al-Fitr, one of the biggest Muslim religious holidays, throughout BiH and the world, is greeted in a family environment. In the tradition of Muslims from BiH, this holiday has a very special place. From the early morning hours, male members of the family go to pray Fajr, and then […]

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Svrzo’s House Museum- A Hidden Beauty in the Old Town (gallery)

June 24, 2016 7:45 AM
Svrzo’s House Museum- A Hidden Beauty in the Old Town (gallery)

[wzslider autoplay=”true”]Except its pageantry, this museum of old Bosnian architecture portrays the former style of living in Sarajevo. Svrzo’s House Museum was a residential complex that used to belong to one of the most respectable families in Sarajevo, the Glođo family. Later, through family connections it became property of the […]

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What Ramadan looked like in Villages 50 Years ago?

June 16, 2016 12:30 PM
What Ramadan looked like in Villages 50 Years ago?

You know how it used to be like? The large area under Majevica, with orchards of plums and apples, and a small village, only several houses. One of them is mine, small and weary. Wooden beams on stone foundations, and the space between them filled with adobe, coated with mud, […]

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Cannon: More than 100 years long Ramadan Tradition (gallery)

June 14, 2016 1:30 PM
Cannon: More than 100 years long Ramadan Tradition (gallery)

[wzslider autoplay=”true”]In recent years, Ramadan canon became a major attraction for both the people of Sarajevo, and many tourists who come to the Yellow Bastion to enjoy the breathtaking view of the capital city and, with the sound of cannon, end more than 17 hours long daily fasting during which […]

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Mr. Hukić reveals the Secret of tasty Somuni!

June 8, 2016 8:30 PM
Mr. Hukić reveals the Secret of tasty Somuni!

The City Street in Tuzla has a special scent during Ramadan. The reason behind that is the Ramadan somuni which are an indispensable part of the iftar table. Countless somuni are made every day in the famous bakery Hukić, which has been situated in the heart of the city of […]

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Do you know the Story about the Origin of Somun?

June 6, 2016 8:30 PM
Do you know the Story about the Origin of Somun?

Somun is a kind of small bread which has an important place in the Ramadan menu in Bosnian tradition. Although they can always be bought in bakeries, somuni have the best scent in the time of Ramadan. That is why people say that the smell of somun is the smell […]

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Prime Minister of Australia visits the Bosnian Community

April 27, 2016 5:30 PM
Prime Minister of Australia visits the Bosnian Community

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visited Bosnian community in Australia last week. Visit of the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was held in the BiH cultural and recreation center (BHKRC) in Perth, the capital of Western Australia, the westernmost point of this country. At the same time, this was the result […]

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Visit the Gastro-Eco Fest in Sarajevo!

April 21, 2016 10:15 AM
Visit the Gastro-Eco Fest in Sarajevo!

The ethno festival of food and music of Bosnia and Herzegovina called “Gastro-Eco Fest” started in Sarajevo, under the motto “food with sevdah”. This is an event that deals with promotion of natural resources, tourist attractions, as well as the BiH cultural heritage – handiwork, traditional costumes, traditional dance, songs […]

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Production of Bread in Yugoslavia: 114 years long History of Sarajevo Velepekara

April 4, 2016 8:00 AM
Production of Bread in Yugoslavia: 114 years long History of Sarajevo Velepekara

Building of Velepekara Sarajevo was constructed in 1902, during the Austro-Hungarian rule, and it was the tallest building in the capital of the BiH back then. It never got the title of “First Lady”, as some other buildings from the time of former Yugoslavia, but it should have – for […]

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Bosnian Language in Poland: Poles nurturing BiH Culture and Customs

March 17, 2016 12:30 PM
Bosnian Language in Poland: Poles nurturing BiH Culture and Customs

After the Second World War, the Poles who lived in BiH returned to their homeland and took with them the Bosnian language, culture, and cuisine, which are being saved from oblivion to this day. In Bolesavjec, Novogrođec, villages Oćice, Tomislav, Kžižova, Zebžidova, Osla,  and Černa in Poland people speak Bosnian […]

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