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After 550 Years, the Bosnian Royal Flag again on Bobovac

February 29, 2016 5:00 PM
After 550 Years, the Bosnian Royal Flag again on Bobovac

The Bosnian royal flag waived again on the walls of the royal town of Bobovac, the place where the medieval Bosnian rulers reigned from, after 550 years. It is the result of the initiative launched by the members of Facebook group “Kraljevina Bosna” and informal citizens’ initiative AntiDayton, who made […]

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Do you know the Story of Arslanagića Bridge?

February 28, 2016 7:15 PM
Do you know the Story of Arslanagića Bridge?

Arslanagića Bridge on the Trebišnjica River was built by Mehmed Pasha Sokolović and it was opened in 1574. The bridge connected the Central Bosnia and Novi (present Herceg Novi, then a part of Bosnia within the Ottoman Empire) and almost all trade was conducted across this bridge, especially salt. In […]

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Businessman from Berlin to build a Tourist Complex in Sarajevo?

February 25, 2016 3:15 PM
Businessman from Berlin to build a Tourist Complex in Sarajevo?

Businessman Mirsad Fikica built restaurant called “Sarajevo Hotel Grunewald” in one of the most prestigious parts of the city of Berlin. This unique restaurant in Berlin is tempting many tourists, mostly German, and it has the spirit of BiH and our traditional cuisine. The restaurant is built of wood, which […]

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Citizens of BiH “drank” 96 Million BAM of Coffee in a Year!

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Citizens of BiH “drank” 96 Million BAM of Coffee in a Year!

Although the majority of BiH citizens enjoys in several cups of coffee per day, not many of them know the path of coffee grains that starts in faraway countries and ends in retail chains. Given that there are no conditions for coffee growing in BiH, large amounts of raw and […]

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Drinking of Coffee in BiH: A Ritual that is much more than plain Need for a Drink

February 22, 2016 3:00 PM
Drinking of Coffee in BiH: A Ritual that is much more than plain Need for a Drink

There are many widely distributed misconceptions in connection with the Turkish coffee. If you order this thick, dark drink with a delightful aroma in Turkey, you will be disappointed. It will not be served in the coffee pot, with and traditional cup and a sugar bowl. Instead, you will get […]

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People of Mostar had the Opportunity to “Tour the World” in 80 Minutes

September 20, 2015 3:00 PM
People of Mostar had the Opportunity to “Tour the World” in 80 Minutes

Within the marking of 53 years of existence of the UWC movement, the United World College in Mostar organized the program titled “Trip around the World in 80 Minutes” yesterday at the Spanish Square (Spanski trg). The program was made of the presentations of countries, traditions and cultures of students […]

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Gradacac readily welcomes the Exhibitors and Guests of The Plum Fair

August 24, 2015 3:15 PM
Gradacac readily welcomes the Exhibitors and Guests of The Plum Fair

“The final preparations for the beginning of the 42nd International fair of agriculture and food industry ‘The Plum Fair’, which is to be held in Gradacac from August 26th to 29th, have been terminated”, said the director of the Gradacac Fair Hasim Sabanovic. Sabanovic pointed out that nearly 250 exhibitors […]

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Lorens Listo and Adis Boškailo Winners of the Old Bridge Jumping and Diving Competition

July 27, 2015 8:30 AM
Lorens Listo and Adis Boškailo Winners of the Old Bridge Jumping and Diving Competition

The 449th traditional jumps from the Old Bridge have been held in Mostar. A favorite summer event in the city on the Neretva this time has again attracted, to the plateau beneath the Old Bridge, a larger number of Mostar’s citizens, Bosnian citizens, including extreme sports and Neretva enthusiasts who […]

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The Czechs provided One Million BAM for “Livanjski sir” Project

July 20, 2015 4:00 PM
The Czechs provided One Million BAM for “Livanjski sir” Project

The Czech Development Agency provided means in the amount of around one million BAM for the beginning of the realization of the “Livanjski sir” project. As it was announced from the Office of the Major of the Livno Municipality, the beginning of the abovementioned project is agreed upon at the […]

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Sarajevo 100 Years ago: How Iftars were prepared in that time?

July 2, 2015 11:30 AM
Sarajevo 100 Years ago: How Iftars were prepared in that time?

Each period of time has its characteristics by which it is being remembered later. Older are recalling memories an talking, while youth is listening, remembering and recounting later. So our interlocutor, Zijad Bascausevic remembered how days of Ramadan were in the time of his grandfather, more precisely 100 years ago. […]

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