Post Tagged with: "#Yugoslavia"

Prime Minister once again called on Croatia to return BH Property

May 11, 2019 3:00 PM
Prime Minister once again called on Croatia to return BH Property

Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers Chairman Denis Zvizdic on Friday once again accused Croatia of failing to comply with its obligations from the treaty on succession to the former Yugoslavia and return BiH property on its territory, but said he would like the problem to be resolved through dialogue, not international […]

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Interesting: Residential Museum where everything is “Made in Yugoslavia”

April 10, 2019 9:00 AM
Interesting: Residential Museum where everything is “Made in Yugoslavia”

The residential museum where everything is “Made in Yugoslavia” is located at Dorcol in Belgrade. His creator and owner, Mario Milakovic who is graduated costume maker, is taking care of its decoration. Yugodom represents a real residential museum, but it is possible to visit it in the periods when there […]

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Sarajevo, a Pretty Old Town with Cobbled Streets and Tiny Stores

March 23, 2019 4:00 PM
Sarajevo, a Pretty Old Town with Cobbled Streets and Tiny Stores

“My trip to Bosnia was a part of my tour of the Balkan peninsula south-eastern Europe. I must confess that when I planned the trip I had little idea of what to expext from it and I did not expect too much since I had mentally told myself that former […]

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Nobel Prize Winner Ivo Andric died on March 13th

March 14, 2019 8:00 AM
Nobel Prize Winner Ivo Andric died on March 13th

Nobel Prize winner for literature, a successful diplomat of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the giant of European literature and intellectual whose work today some people want to deny – Ivo Andric, died on the 13th of March 1975. Andric was born in 1892, in Dolac near Travnik. He spent his […]

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March 1st is a Non-working Day in the Federation of BiH

February 25, 2019 5:00 PM
March 1st is a Non-working Day in the Federation of BiH

Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, on the occasion of March 1st, the Independence Day of BiH, announces that, in accordance with the declaration of March 1, national authorities, companies and other legal persons will not work. Independence Day is a national holiday which is celebrated on the 1st of […]

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Former Yugoslavia Embassy in Tokio is being sold, how much will BiH get?

February 22, 2019 3:00 PM
Former Yugoslavia Embassy  in Tokio is being sold, how much will BiH get?

After Tito’s residential apartment on Manhattan, the Embassy and Residency of the former SFRY in Tokyo is being sold, of which Bosnia and Herzegovina will receive about 2,205,000 Euros. As the “Evening News” reports, the agreement on the sale of the embassy and residence of the former SFRY in Tokyo […]

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Marketplace Ponterosso was Paradise for Shopaholics from Yugoslavia (video)

January 26, 2019 2:30 PM
Marketplace Ponterosso was Paradise for Shopaholics from Yugoslavia (video)

The generations that have grown up in the former Yugoslavia during the sixties, seventies, and early eighties, were deprived of some items and products that are now considered as perfectly usual. Jeans were the object of desire for all teenagers from Yugoslavia, but it was very difficult to get them. […]

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Interesting Story about Jews living in BiH, from 1930s until Today

December 14, 2018 4:00 PM
Interesting Story about Jews living in BiH, from 1930s until Today

Could Bosnia and Herzegovina, the site of the worst genocide in Europe since the Holocaust, be the safest place on the Continent to be a Jew? Jakob Finci, president of the Jewish community of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which numbers some 1,000, thinks it may well be. “We think we’re safe […]

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Interesting: How an Average Family used to live in Yugoslavia?

December 10, 2018 4:00 PM
Interesting: How an Average Family used to live in Yugoslavia?

The head of one of the 1,004 families that were interviewed for statistics every month told us how they used to live with an average income. On the list of such statistics, there is a total of 1,004 four-member families, living in 50 Yugoslav cities. “Well,” said our host after […]

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Story about the only organized Rebellion of the People against the Government in Yugoslavia

November 26, 2018 8:00 PM
Story about the only organized Rebellion of the People against the Government in Yugoslavia

On the 6th of May 1950 in Cazin Krajina, in around 20 villages of Cazin and Kladusa district and neighboring villages across Korana River in Kordun, there was only one, recorded in the history, organized armed rebellion of people against the government in the former Yugoslavia. The rebels attacked several […]

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