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Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra – Music, a universal language that breaks down boundaries and builts bridges

By Uros | October 12, 2020 |

The “Deca deci” Foundation and the Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra are a non-profit organization founded in 2007, in cooperation with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and under the auspices of the Belgrade City Assembly. The foundation brings together experts from various fields, lovers of classical music and aims to promote the musical education of children in the…

Don’t litter. No Excuses!

By Uros | August 26, 2020 |

DON’T LITTER. NO EXCUSES! Don’t Litter. No Excuses! is one of the core long-term projects and comprehensive public campaigns that SBB Foundation has developed and implemented in five years. The aim of the Project is to raise awareness on the importance of environmental protection amongst children and adults in Serbia. The main activities within the Project…

Nisville Jazz Festival

By Aleksandar | June 26, 2020 |

Nishville Jazz Festival The International Nisville Jazz Festival is the most visited jazz festival in Southeast Europe, since its establishment in 1995. From the begining, Nisville Jazz Festival consistently defend the European values of multiculturalism and patiently tend the sophisticated musical taste of individuals. Confirmation of this, among other things, was publication in the European…

Boxing Club Radnicki

By Aleksandar | May 1, 2020 |

Boxing Club Radnicki Belgrade BC Radnicki Belgrade is a combination of tradition and victory. An unbreakable chain of desire for success and duration. It is the oldest boxing club in Serbia with a tradition of more than 100 years. It was founded in 1920. Awarded with 9 titles of team national champion, thirty-eight titles of…

Music and Art Project

By Aleksandar | May 1, 2020 |

Music and Art Project (MAP) Music Art Project (MAP) is an organization that has been working for 6 years to provide perspective and a new chance and hope for equality for socially endangered children and children from displaced areas through its “Music of Hope” (Muzika Nade) program. This educational and socially inclusive model is applied…

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Sauerkraut unites us!

By Aleksandar | February 28, 2021

Sauerkraut unites us! Sarma, podvarak, and svadbarski kupus (literal translation wedding cabbage) are just some of the dishes characteristic of the countries of Southeast Europe, and especially of the countries of the Western Balkans. Recipes and traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries have become so characteristic of this afternoon…

Lepenski vir

By Jelena | February 24, 2021

Lepenski vir On the right bank of the Danube, next to the Đerdap gorge, lies one of the most important Mesolithic and Neolithic archeological sites. It spreads through the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. Lepenski vir was named after the Danube whirlpool, which was the center of one of the most important known prehistoric…

International Mother Language Day

By Aleksandar | February 21, 2021

International Mother Language Day International Mother Language Day is celebrated on Sunday, February 21. 21 years ago, at the General Assembly, UNESCO passed a provision marking the International Day of Languages as a remembrance of the unpleasant event from 1952. Namely, in Dhaka in eastern Pakistan, on the territory of today’s Bangladesh, a rebellion of…

The story of Nikola Tesla

By Aleksandar | February 11, 2021

Nikola Tesla – a short story about one of the most fascinating minds in the history of the world The other day I was reminded of the movie Prestige. Do you remember this great film by Christopher Nolan (based on the book of the same name by Christopher Priest) about two illusionists? The plot of…

Serbian cuisine in the 19th century

By Aleksandar | February 5, 2021

Serbian cuisine in the 19th century Serbian cuisine is very diverse, so diverse that it is very difficult to pinpoint the origins of the dishes that are traditionally eaten in a typical Serbian house. Dishes can vary from region to region, as well as ways of their preparation. Whatever the differences are, one thing is…

Discover Serbia – The story about Saint Sava (Part 2/2)

By Aleksandar | February 5, 2021

The story about Saint Sava (Part 2/2) Part 2 of the conversation with Luka Mičeta, journalist, historian, and creator of numerous books about the Nemanjić dynasty & Serbian Church Autocephaly. We talked about probably the most important person in whole Serbian history – Rastko Nemanjić Saint Sava!   Enjoy! Categories Discover Serbia Education Culture Sports…

Climate & Nature in Serbia

By Jelena | February 4, 2021

Climate & Nature in Serbia Perhaps more than ever, during last year we had the opportunity to visit almost every corner of our beautiful country and experience many landscapes that take your breath away with their beauty and uniqueness. At any time of the year, the destinations we head to will definitely enchant us and…

Serbian folklore costume

By Aleksandar | February 2, 2021

Serbian folklore costume Folk costumes play a very important role in creating symbols of national and ethnic identity. Folk costumes differ from one end of Serbia to the other, and the things they have in common are very impressive aesthetic elements. Every region in Serbia has some special clothing element, whether it is a motif…

International Day of Education

By Aleksandar | January 29, 2021

International Day of Education Education should be a basic human right, which should not ever be stripped away. Every child must have a chance to receive a proper inclusive education with equitable quality everywhere around the Globe. Education should be an available lifelong opportunity for everyone everywhere. Despite living in the 21st century racial and…


By Aleksandar | January 28, 2021

Divčibare At about 980m above sea level on the mountain Maljen, near the town of Valjevo, a small, pretty, tourist village Divčibare is located. According to the 2011 census, Divčibare had only 141 permanent residents. This mountain field stretches from Crni vrh (the second highest peak of the Maljen mountain, at 1098 m above sea…

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