November 2015

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    The epic poems of the Serbian people

    For a long time the Balkans hadn’t attracted any special attention of the Western intellectual circles. Little has been known about the Slavic population which was ruled by the Ottoman Empire for several centuries. The Western countries thought that the […] More

  • Russian carrier Admiral Kusnetsov heading for Syria

    Russian carrier named after Nikolai Kuznetsov, National Minister of the Navy of the Soviet Union during World War II is heading towards Syria as Russian authorities have said. Total length of 305, width 72 and draft of 11 meters, the […] More

  • Polish Balacksmiths Hand-made Historical Hammers

    Do you love awesome medieval weaponry? Are you a war-hammer gamer? are you a construction worker that loves to hammer things down? Well you are in a right post now sir! Andrzej Mikiciak, a Polish blacksmith creates incredible handmade swords […] More

  • Red lake with salty flowers, not odd at all Crimea!

    Crimea has a lot of interesting things going on, one of them are Salt lakes that are beautiful and look pretty much alien to our world in general. This are is rarely visited by tourists (specially now due to Russian-Ukrainian […] More

  • Ancient Perun’s Axe Pedant

    The Axe of Perun , also called a “hatchet amulet”, is an archaeological artifact worn as a pendant and shaped like a battle axe. It is mostly found in modern day Russia and parts of Scandinavia. Connection with the Slavic […] More

  • Ancient Kolovrat Pedant

    The “little sun” is an Early Slavic pagan symbol of the sun god. It was engraved on wooden monuments built near the final resting places of fallen Slavs to represent eternal life. The symbol was first seen in a collection of […] More

  • White Clay Figurine of Slavic God Perun

    This ceramic figurine is made of white clay kilned at the very high temperature. The item is toned. Perun is a god of thunder in Slavic mythology. An axe, sword and shield are very important attributes of this god. Decorate […] More

  • Small Peruns Axe Pedant

    The Axe of Perun (секира Перуна Perun’s axe / амулет-топорик hatchet amulet) was the axe wielded by the Slavic god of thunder and lightning, Perun. Similar to Thor’s hammer, miniature amulets were worn by the Pre-Christian Slavs as pendants honoring […] More

  • Slavic Linen handmade embroidered blouse

    This linen Slavic dress is one of our bestsellers. The folk dress is designed in best Slavic traditions of folk shirts and dresses decorated with a cross-stitched embroidery. Floral, coloured ornaments are meant to protect a woman against the evil spirit and […] More

  • Mining cafe located 400 meters underground

    The owner of RTB  (Rudarsko-topioničarski basen Bor), a copper mining and smelting complex located in Bor, Serbia, has welcomed the opportunity to introduce “Blic news” to their cafe called “the Pit”. This is one of those uniqe places that rarley get seen by the […] More

  • Meet the smallest Slavic state, Montenegro

    ”Wild beauty “is the tourism slogan used to describe one small country in the Balkans, which is still unknown to many. It is the youngest and the smallest Slavic state, Montenegro. Montenegro became an independent state by separating from Serbia […] More

  • Kvass the East Slavic drink that you have to try

    The history of Russian drinks is rooted in antiquity. Pickles, fruit drinks, kvass, mead, forest tea – found their way to our modern tables. All of them do not like each other and have different purposes. Some have a warming […] More

  • Bulgaria launching cartoon based on Slavic mythology

    The Golden Apple is a fantasy animated series, based on Eastern European mythology and folklore. The story takes place in a vast mountain world, where the fogs come out of the hair of the powerful Zmei spirits, and the personified seasons […] More

  • Children Meeting Their Beloved Russian Santa

    Everybody loves Santa right? In Russia and actually in most Slavic countries Santa is called Ded Moroz or Deda Mraz and it has it’s roots in Slavic mythology. However this is not the point this time as we want to […] More

  • Meet Kesha, the Arctic Fox from Berentsburg

    Berentsburg is just a tiny Russo-Ukrainian community of Svalbard archipelago and this little place was founded during Soviet times. In such ecologically fragile area keeping specific animals is strictly prohibited in order that local biological and ecological balance would not […] More

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    Meet the Old Believers, Russian Amish

    Russia is a vast land with a lot of people so it is bound to have unique communities that live in peace on it’s territory. Such community is Dersu, a small village parked on the Russian Pacific coast far away from […] More

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    Back to the future: Soviet Woman from 2061

    Once upon a time, USSR released a mini series called Guest from the Future, this series was based on sci-fi novel written by Kir Bulychov and was publicly aired on TV through out the whole of USSR. You could see it as a Soviet […] More

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