Cultural Heritage Building: Belgrade City Museum

The Belgrade City Museum was founded on October 15, 1903, under the name Municipal Museum and…

Portraits, self-portraits and flowers

Van Gogh’s works are among the world’s most expensive paintings to have ever sold, and his…

Cheese under the spotlight

Like most cheeses, it is commonly eaten on crackers and bread, and may be eaten with…

Oro and singing with gusle

Folk dances occupy an important place in the folklore of Montenegro. They are very diverse, because,…

Tourism and a step further

by Žikica Milošević The Montenegrin economy has relied on tourism and construction for years, but recently…

Ivica Dačić, Speaker of the Republic of Serbia’s National Assembly: Socially responsible business should be implied

Social responsibility in business is something that should be implied at all times At the recently…

Food Planet – Exotic taste of Egyptian cuisine

Exotic and delicious traditional Egyptian dishes have always intrigued gastronomes. Egyptian cuisine reflects the country’s rich…

The Culture of Remembrance: Long live gibanica!

by Robert Čoban The Factory Museum, located in the remains of the former Goša production hall,…

Gordana Čomić, Minister for Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue: Partners in the fight for a more humane society

Let’s listen to what the future schoolchildren tell us, what kind of country they want to…

Ana Lalić, Nova S journalist: Integrity and unwillingness to compromise

My way of working has not changed for 20 years, despite the political and social changes…

Deyana Kostadinova, Director of UNICEF Serbia: Brighter future for all

This is a time, like no other in history, when businesses need to show the courage…

Hans Buster, Program Coordinator of Green Cities Serbia-project: Green Cities in Serbia: global challenges, Dutch solutions

One of the main ambitions in that strategy is to have 25% of green areas in…