Despite the prevailing opinion, there are more things in the world that connects us, rather than separate us. Maybe it sounds unbelievable, but one of them is religion. When you compare the basic principles of Islam and Christianity, you will … Continue reading
We take you to the centre of the Austro-Hungarian Empire – to the “carstvujuščij grad of Viena“, as we used to call it once upon a time… Text: Žikica Milošević
Text: Žikica Milošević Those who are trying to judge the spirit of one country only by ethnicity or language, could be baffled by the difference between Canadians and Americans. These people are even more baffled when it comes to Germany … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Yes, the prominent trademark of Austria was always its inclination towards music. But, not so much recently. Recently we had Falco or Opus in the 1980s. Enough for pop-charts. But in the 18th and 19th century. London … Continue reading
Baby-boomers obbeyed ther bosses. Generation X openly rebelled, like Nirvana. Generation Y simply ignores authories they don’t respect. They don’t want you to teach them and preach to them, they want you to love them and appreciate them. They are … Continue reading
Paris, Serbian Cultural Center, 123 rue Saint Martin Thursday, 20 April 2017 19:30
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We offer children skills that make them permanently employable Contrary to popular belief that dual education produces cheap workforce, the actual essence of this model is creating opportunities for permanent employment right after finished school, or after loosing a job. … Continue reading
Every year the Austrian Cultural Forum infuses fresh air into the Serbian cultural scene, by bringing young and established contemporary artists and scientists to galleries, concert scenes, and stages throughout the country. The number of spectators speaks for itself of … Continue reading
By spectacular performance on the rooftop of the Belgrade hotel 88 Rooms, the play “Hotel 88” premiered last weekend. The audience laughed until the verge of crying and many stars took part in the play.