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  • Abandoned Olympics Stadium In Sarajevo

    More than a decade ago the former state of Yugoslavia was the first communist country that was to host Winter Olympics in 1984, however after the bloody conflict in 1992-95 the country fell apart. During the war, in one of […] More

  • Local Bosnian Food Triumphs Over McDonalds

    Only McDonalds restaurant in Banja Luka from this Monday is closed. The company which owns the McDonald’s franchise in the Republic of Serbia, the Serbian “Glas” said that the closure has been explained as “business reasons”. “The owner of the McDonald’s franchise […] More

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    The Pyramids of Bosnia

    In 1994, near the city of Visoko, 22 km. from Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the operations were conducted between the Serbs and the Bosnian Muslims. During the shelling of the city residents and heard a strange rumble “vibration” […] More

  • Sevdalinka

    Sevdalinka is a traditional genre of folk music from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sevdalinka is popular across the ex-Yugoslavia region, especially in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. The actual composers of many sevdalinkas are unknown. In musical sense, […] More