Tag Archives: Serbia

Byzantine studies: Intrigue within, perils without

To the modern mind, the world of Byzantium is by turns fascinating, disturbing and puzzling. The eastern Roman empire and the culture it spawned were a powerful presence in global history for more than a thousand years, roughly from the … Continue reading

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Serbia seeks world heritage status for Manasija Monastery

Published in Blic Online 18 November 2010 Serbian Minister of culture Nebojsa Bradic is expected to meet these days at the UNESCO Principal Office in Paris with Irina Bokova, the President to discuss including of the Manasija Monastery in the … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Song and a Beautiful Voice

This is my friend from Slovenia, Mateja Gorjup, who has such a beautiful voice, singing an old Serbian love song in one of the churches in Svete Gore in Slovenia. Enjoy!   She has provided us with a short explanation … Continue reading

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