Share This: During July, the Embassy of Egypt in Belgrade organized the Month of Egyptian Culture in Serbia.
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević During the two thousand years of persecution and exile, Jews had always dreamed of returning to the land of their ancestors – Judea, Israel, Palestine – the same place that was called different names over … Continue reading
Share This: With the aim of strengthening friendship and cooperation between Algeria and Serbia, the Algerian cultural days in Serbia were opened on April 20th 2018, in the National Library of Serbia by Mrs. Asja Draca-Muntean, Assistant Minister of Culture … Continue reading
Share This: By Žikica Milošević Photo: Exit Festival, Promo, Getty Images We know that Germany has irreversibly changed some of the best and the most influential pop music writers of the 20th century, but we are not going to talk … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Have you ever tried to check the fonts called Swiss or Helvetica? Well, as their names tell you, they are from Switzerland. The Swiss culture goes beyond chocolate, cheese with holes, watches or skiing. It … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Several weeks ago, the world was ‘shaken’ by good news. For a change. The news was that a second Louvre Museum – The Louvre 2.0 – was opened in the capital of the United Arab … Continue reading
Share This: By: Žikica Milošević They say that there is a clear distinction between three great European nations – the French, the Germans and the English. All three, of course, had tried to create empires, and their bitter conflicts resulted … Continue reading
Share This: With the annual fund allocation for culture, which amounts to 0.68% of the state budget, Serbia is at the bottom of the list in Europe. The new 2017-2027 Culture Development Strategy is supposed to provide solutions to a … Continue reading
Share This: By Žikica Milošević There are few places where multiethnicity and multiculturality are so omnipresent as here in Vojvodina. Maybe we can point out Odessa and Switzerland. The abundance of cultures from all sides of Europe is what made … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević It is easy to say that Qatari culture is strongly influenced by traditional Bedouin culture, but there’s something more to it. Namely, after the Greeks, Phoenicians and Romans ruled the Mediterranean Sea in the antiquity, … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević The Chinese culture and civilisation could be one of the oldest and richest in the world. It gave birth to many ideas unknown in the West, which we “discovered” there centuries later. China is one … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Living in such a vibrant place, at the crossroads of mighty empires and strong civilisations, must make you strong in culture, controversial in mind, and interesting as a whole. Montenegro had such luck and such … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević British culture is polyvalent and complex, with identities varying and interlacing. It is both deeply Celtic and Germanic, for the last 1500 years. Let us take one example. In Scotland there are three spoken languages. … Continue reading
Share This: The Embassy of Republic of Korea organised the Garden Party in the premises of the Residence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Tolstojeva Street.
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević The culture of the Netherlands is generally marked by their main characteristics, which are sobriety derived from Lutheran and Calvinist traditions, mercantile spirit, the spirit of exploration and cultural liberalism (giving asylum to virtually everyone … Continue reading
Share This: By Žikica Milošević OK, we could polemicise about Greece being the cradle of the Western civilization, and everybody who claims so is probably right. Alexander the Great disseminated Hellenic ideas further in the East which, back in the … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević The culture of Norway has everything to do with the substrates that Norwegians have accumulated throughout their history. First there were fierce Vikings who inhabited the faraway islands of Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: Turkish Culture Night was held on Wednesday, March 1, when two exhibitions were opened on the same evening at two popular central locations in Belgrade.