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Baljvine is the Only Village without a Conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina

July 6, 2020 9:00 AM
Baljvine is the Only Village without a Conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Baljvine is a village in the municipality of Mrkonjic Grad. Village Baljvine is publicly known for the fact that there has never been inter-ethnic conflict, not in the past nor in the World War II, although the population belongs to two different ethnic and confessional groups. This village, for […]

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Lukomir is Bosnia’s highest and most remote Village and a Window into the Country’s past

July 1, 2020 10:30 AM
Lukomir is Bosnia’s highest and most remote Village and a Window into the Country’s past

  “This is the bridge where the war started,” said Mustafa as we crossed over the sparkling Miljacka River that divides the Bosnian city of Sarajevo. This is how the journalist of BBC Tracy Barnett begins her story. She visited Sarajevo, and then the village of Lukomir on the Bjelašnica […]

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Interesting Story about Serbian Orthodox Sase Monastery

June 11, 2020 12:30 PM
Interesting Story about Serbian Orthodox Sase Monastery

  The Sase Monastery is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located in the mining village of Sase, in the hills between Srebrenica and Bratunac municipality. It was built in 1242 by Serbian King Stefan Uroš I, and was a metochion (property) of Hilandar. Considering that the monastery is located in an […]

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Residents prayed for Eid Al-Fitr in the highest Village Lukomir

May 24, 2020 4:45 PM
Residents prayed for Eid Al-Fitr in the highest Village Lukomir

  In the highest Bosnian village of Lukomir, which is 1,495 meters above the sea level, Muslims welcomed the Ramadan Bayram holiday on Bjelasnica Mountain. After the long winter, the residents of Lukomir returned to their village and worshiped the largest Muslim holiday. The village consists of about 50 houses […]

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How Ramadan looked like in Villages 50 Years ago?

April 23, 2020 2:45 PM
How 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 […]

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Interesting Legend of a small Village near Rogatica

April 12, 2020 1:15 PM
Interesting Legend of a small Village near Rogatica

  Old people tell the story about the origin of the name of the village Vragolovi near Rogatica. Legend says that once upon a time only 22 people lived in Vragolovi. Then the plague hit the village and killed all people and livestock. Only one girl survived. The plague comes […]

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Interesting Story about One of the earliest built Mosques in Bosnia and Herzegovina

March 22, 2020 3:45 PM
Interesting Story about One of the earliest built Mosques in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  The village of Kotezi on the heights of Popovo field is hiding remains of perhaps one of the oldest mosques in BiH among its walls. Muje Kotezlije mosque from the 15th century is a national monument of our country. During the Ottoman rule, besides the mosque and a mekteb […]

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Guta Family has languished for years in the ruins of a devastated Village in Bosnia-Herzegovina

February 6, 2020 8:00 AM
Guta Family has languished for years in the ruins of a devastated Village in Bosnia-Herzegovina

  In 1992, Zenid Guta was only a teenager when war forced him to flee the remote village of Ustikolina, tucked in the Drina Valley of eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. When Zenid, now aged 41, returned to his destroyed community after the war’s end, he tried to rebuild his life. […]

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Lukomir Village “locked” by Snow

January 7, 2020 5:15 PM
Lukomir Village “locked” by Snow

As of couple days ago, inhabitants of Lukomir left the village and twenty houses in this village on Bjelašnica at 1,495 meters above sea level will remain locked until spring. Only two families stayed in their homes, because of sheep herds that are their source of income. “The three of […]

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Residents of City of Bileca claim that Migrants invade their Homes

October 13, 2019 2:00 PM
Residents of City of Bileca claim that Migrants invade their Homes

  Residents of Bileca will hold a meeting in Simijova village on Sunday to express their displeasure over migrants breaking into their homes, causing damage and harassing the population, and representatives of the police will attend the announced rally. They are locals of the surrounding villages near the regional road […]

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