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…

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international mother language day

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…

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Nikola Tesla

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…

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Serbian cuisine in the 19th century

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…

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Saint Sava video

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…

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