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Ladies’ Day in Novi Sad

For taking Austrian side in Austro-Turkish wars (late 17th, early 18th century), Serbs were forced to leave their fatherland and inhabit Austrian territories across river Sava and Danube. Serbian Patriarch as an institution eventually settled in Sremski Karlovci and that’s how this picturesque small town became Serbian cultural center and “emigration capital” during Turkish occupation. Within same historical context, Austrians built the …

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Kustendorf Film Festival

Starting from today January, 14th 2017, Drvengrad on Mokra Gora Mountain will host Kustendorf Film Festival dedicated to young film enthusiasts and film legends for 10th time in a row. Amongst other credited for festival organization headed by Emir Kusturica himself, Ministry of Culture of Republic of Serbia will also contribute in organizing this complex cultural event. 22 films from: Bulgaria, …

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Love & Wine in Subotica

While Western Christians celebrate St Valentine, throughout various wine regions in Serbia wine festivals are held on February 14th to commemorate St. Trifun, wine producer’s patron saint. Romantic Subotica built in Art Nouveau style predominantly, together with Palic Lake Resort with its famous vineyards wright on the Hungarian border combines best of both Western and Eastern tradition. Perfect ambience for …

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Smoked Ham Festival, Mackat

One of the most beautiful mountains in Serbia, Zlatibor hosts interesting gastronomic festival every winter in February. Village of Mackat on the slopes of Zlatibor massive is considered smoked ham capital of Serbia as it draws thousands of visitors to event dedicated entirely to smoked meet. Specific climate and healthy environment guarantee good quality products and unique gastronomic experience.  Further information …

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Novi Sad – European Culture Capital 2021

Ever since Greek Minister of Culture and ex actress Melina Mercouri started European Culture Capital project with her French colleague Jack Lang in 1985, when Athens was declared first cultural capital, more than 50 European cities have been given this title. For the first time since then, Novi Sad, a city outside EU, has been declared European Culture Capital, together …

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Tesla-Pupin Exhibition

After commercial success of last year’s exhibition dedicated entirely to Mihajlo Pupin, Historical Museum Belgrade has come up with a new project. Arguably two greatest minds of Serbian science: Nikola Tesla and Mihajlo Pupin, that stand behind alternating current and Pupin’s coils respectively, are both subject of the new interactive exhibition that will be opened for visitors until December, 1st, …

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Belgrade Wine festival

Zira hotel, Belgrade will host Belgrade Wine Festival on November 4th and 5th. First day of the event will be dedicated to professionals aiming to improve product placement throughout region and beyond. On the second day, amateur wine lovers will have a chance to meet with more than 60 exhibitors coming from all over the world. Entrance fee is 600 RSD and famous Serbian actor, …

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Belgrade Jazz Festival

For 32nd time in a row, under the “Planet Jazz” slogan, Belgrade Jazz Festival will be held this year between October 26th and October 30th. Artist’s lineup, featuring musicians from all over the world with emphasis on Latin countries, will try to attract more then 10 000 visitors and thus break the last year’s record. Over three decades, festival has outgrown …

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Picasso Puzzle Challenge

Picasso lovers in Belgrade will have a chance to mark 135 years since the birth of the great artist, by taking part in interactive puzzle challenge organized by Contemporary Art Museum Belgrade (Pariska 14). Especially for this occasion, Spanish puzzle manufacturer Educa Borras, S.A.U. has donated 3000 pieces large Guernica puzzle, which will be put together by all those who …

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Savamala Coffee Festival

Coffee has always been much more than just a beverage in Serbia. It is, “an excuse for conversation”, as the traditional saying implies. Since Turks have brought it on the Balkans in the middle ages, it has become a ritual that accompanies careless chit chats as well as business negotiations.  Having this in mind Mixer House and Specialty Coffee Association will stage coffee event …

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