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School for Musical Talents from Ćuprija

By Uros | 31 May, 2020 |

The civilization preserved in the stone – blog series There are unbelievable stories about the extraordinary civilizations that inhabited the right bank of the Danube.

Veljko Petrović Foundation

By Aleksandar | 24 September, 2021 |

Veljko Petrović Foundation Veljko Petrović Gymnasium Foundation The Foundation of the Gymnasium “Veljko Petrović” Sombor was founded as a non-governmental, non-profit, voluntary organization to obtain scholarships for young people. The goals of the foundation are, among other things, the organization of seminars, educational camps, workshops, forums, and panel discussions; public gatherings dedicated to science, culture,…

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

By Uros | 12 October, 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 | 26 August, 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…

Nišville Jazz Festival

By Aleksandar | 26 June, 2020 |

Nišville 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 | 1 May, 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 | 1 May, 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…

Sergei Polunin Foundation

By Aleksandar | 9 April, 2021 |

Sergei Polunin Foundation Sergei Polunin is one of the world’s most pre-eminent ballet dancers. Sergei Polunin was born on November 20, 1989, in Kherson (Ukrainian SSR). At the age of 13, he moved to London where he studied at the British Royal Ballet School. At the age of 19, Sergei Polunin was named the Royal…

Art Aparat

By Aleksandar | 24 June, 2021 |

Art Aparat Art Aparat was founded in 2015, with the desire to use music and sound as a tool for making a change in society. Through different projects, we focus our support to those who don’t have so many opportunities to learn and develop their skills and who often feel excluded and isolated. Here are…

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By Aleksandar | 12 September, 2022

Manasija Šumadija and Western Serbia are often forgotten when mentioning the natural and cultural riches that Serbia has, while the focus mostly stays on Belgrade or the far south of Serbia. However, 130 kilometers south of Belgrade, there is the well-known town of Despotovac, which has just over 4,000 people in its urban part, and…


By Uros | 24 August, 2022

AMAZING SUCCESS OF SERBIAN ATHLETES IN MUNICH Two days ago, the European Championship in Munich (link), an event that “gathers nine sports under one roof” ended. It made the biggest sporting event in Germany since the 1972 Olympics. The Serbian delegation consisted of fourteen sportsmen and women who competed in 12 disciplines, and while the…

Chess Olympiad in Chennai: Excellent results, even better impression

By Aleksandar | 10 August, 2022

Chess Olympiad in Chennai (India) – The results are excellent, the impression is even better Yesterday, the last, 11th round, of the 44th Chess Olympiad was played in Chennai, in which the men’s and women’s chess teams of Serbia participated. In the final ranking, the women’s national team took a high 13th place in the…

European Championship 2022: the final list of Serbian athletes

By Aleksandar | 5 August, 2022

European Championship 2022: the final list of Serbian athletes This year in August (11.08. -21.08) the European Championship is held in Munich. The event is designed as a counterpart to the Olympic Games and is a set of European championships in different disciplines that are held within the same event, instead of separately. This year,…

Belgrade boat cruise

By Aleksandar | 4 August, 2022

Belgrade boat cruise Top 9 sights to see while crusing Belgrade rivers After completing the blog series about the sights of Belgrade that can be seen from the Belgrade rivers, Click for Serbia brings you the video “Belgrade Boat Tour” in which we list 9 sights visible from the Sava and Danube rivers. Considering the…

International Youth Day 2022

By Aleksandar | 3 August, 2022

International Youth Day 2022 International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12, 2022, under the auspices of the United Nations. The keyword of this year’s event is “intergenerational solidarity.” Why is this the main slogan of this year’s youth day? Because, as experts from the United Nations claim, the world is facing the problem of…

Belgrade from the water part 3

By Uros | 20 July, 2022

Belgrade from the water part 3 As part of the Belgrade from the Water series, we have written about three Belgrade bridges, sights on Kalemegdan that can be seen from the river, and the Contemporary art museum. With this blog, we finish the series, and in it, we bring you stories about the Ada Bridge,…

Belgrade from the water part 2

By Uros | 13 July, 2022

Belgrade from the water part 2 In the previous blog about the city sights that you can see by cruising the Belgrade rivers, we covered two sights that can be seen on Kalemegdan – Pobednik and Saborna Crkva, as well as the Museum of Contemporary Art, which is located downstream, on the other side of…

A civilization preserved in stone: The Vinca’s system of values and the beginnings of trade

By Uros | 17 June, 2022

A civilization preserved in stone: The Vinca’s system of values and the beginnings of trade In the previous blog about Vinča, we got to know Vinča’s construction. We have discovered the secret behind the artificial archeological hill that was created by sprinkling a layer of earth over torn houses, which we said were already energy…


By Uros | 10 June, 2022

Belgrade from the rivers Perhaps the most beautiful part of any trip, and why we often return to many cities, is that a person can experience one city in many ways. We often visit cities on individual or organized walking tours because that is how we expose our senses to the greatest number of new…

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