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BiH Dairy Exports Experience Creamy Surge

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has churned out a robust performance in its dairy sector, with milk and...

Mostar Takes Action to Preserve UNESCO Heritage Status

The initiative, a collaboration with UNESCO, aims to address numerous irregularities threatening the area's heritage status. Elvira Dilberović, the acting director of the Mostar Tourist...

Croatia Celebrates Third UNESCO Geopark at Biokovo-Imotski Lakes

In a splendid display of natural heritage recognition, Croatia has polished its emerald credentials with the declaration of the "Biokovo – Imotski Lakes" as...

Empowering Women and Preserving Heritage Through a Cultural Tourism Initiative

Women from Loznica, Sremska Mitrovica, Inđija, Ruma, and Šid, in a collaboration between NALED and Etno mreža, visited Tuzla and Sarajevo to explore the...

Driant Zeneli, Albanian visual artist

Still Waiting to Join Europe

In today’s globalised yet divided world, art has also changed, as has the attitude toward the notion of nation, with many artists and intellectuals...

Piran’s Maritime Museum Celebrates 70 Years 

Celebrating its 70th anniversary, the Sergej Mašera Maritime Museum in Piran has revitalized its key exhibition at the historic Gabrielli Palace, casting a spotlight...

Serbia Honours Eminent Figures in Statehood Day Celebrations

In a grand ceremony marking Serbia's Statehood Day, President Aleksandar Vučić bestowed over a hundred decorations on distinguished individuals and institutions, recognizing their contributions...

Praznik Mimoze Festival Sets Attendance Record in Herceg Novi

In a stunning display of cultural fervor and communal spirit, the traditional Praznik mimoze festival, held along the Herceg Novi Riviera, shattered attendance records...

Slovenia Unveils Replica of Hallerstein’s Historic Armillary Sphere

In the heart of Ljubljana's historic quarter, a replica of an armillary sphere, constructed by the eminent 18th-century Slovene polymath, Ferdinand Avguštin Hallerstein, during...

“Rest of the Bashibazouk” by Paja Jovanović Arrives in Belgrade

The Ministry of Culture of Serbia has announced the arrival of Paja Jovanović's masterpiece "Rest of the Bashibazouk" in Belgrade, following its acquisition at...

Dubrovnik Marks 1,052nd Annual Feast of Saint Blaise with Time-Honoured Traditions

For the 1,052nd consecutive year, Dubrovnik, the jewel of the Croatian coast, celebrated the Feast of Saint Blaise, its venerable patron saint, with a...

Ljubljana Castle Reveals Majestic Kazemate Revival

This extensive space, now the castle's largest room at 31 meters, was officially opened on January 25 after a 2.5 million euros makeover. Historically,...

Kustendorf 2024: International Film Talents Gather for 17th Festival

The festival's competitive lineup features 17 films vying for top honors – the Golden, Silver, and Bronze Egg awards, along with the "Vilko Filač"...

Hitler’s Directive on Display: Historic WWII Document Exhibited in Serbia

The Museum of Genocide Victims' Director, Dejan Ristić, has been graced with an original copy of Directive No. 25 from Prime Minister Ana Brnabić.  This...

European Heritage Hub launches Small Grant Scheme for heritage projects in EU neighbouring countries

The European Heritage Hub, a pilot project co-founded by the European Union, today unveiled its Small Grants Scheme aimed at empowering heritage stakeholders from...
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