Category Archives: tradition and culture

TOKENS OF RASHKIA’S KINGDOM

TOKENS OF RASHKIA’S KINGDOM            Svetlana Stevic Vukosavljevic, treasurer of Serbian folk treasury In the tradition of people from Homolje, language represents the treasury of entire knowledge and testament our ancestors have entrusted us with. It contains the keys and locks of life. This paper aims to illustrate this through the legend of Rashkia’s kingdom.             “Ancient Serbs had

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Poems on Kosovo

“Kosovo peonies” by Milan Rakic.   What a beautiful night this is! Look, all ye, From the poplar, oak, black locust and mulberry tree In golden beams of bow the immaterial moonlight falls. Now,   above the meadows where the grass scents, in blossomed branches, from the top of the fields which turn black after rain pelts, the great soul

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Words on the marble pillar in Kosovo

    Old Serbian writing on a marble pillar stuck at the place in Kosovo where the most pitched battle took place, thus making a lasting mark to descendants and testimony of bravery of the Serbian Prince Lazar and his warriors.             Words on the marble pillar in Kosovo   Oh man you, who walks on this Serbian land no

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Response to opposition to the Belgrade Choir performance of “Mars na Drinu”

Response to opposition to the Belgrade Choir performance of “Mars na Drinu” January 17, 2013   To the Honorable Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations:   The song “Mars na Drinu” [March on the river Drina] written by Serbian composer Stanislav Binicki is a patriotic song meant to commemorate the bravery of Serbian soldiers in World War I

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When war criminals are celebrated as heroes: NATO military tribunal (ICTY) in Hague has freed the last major Non-Serbian war criminals

When war criminals are celebrated as heroes: NATO military tribunal (ICTY) in Hague has freed the last major Non-Serbian war criminals 29 November 30, 2012, SERBian FBReporter Author: Miodrag Novakovic   U.S soldiers smiling, while Serbian house in their background goes up in flames- destroyed by Albanian terrorists- that today  still enjoy “protection” from NATO occupiers (Serbian province: Kosovo and

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Serbia is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Tesla

Serbia is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Tesla Nikola Tesla holding a gas-filled phosphor-coated light bulb which was illuminated without wires by an electromagnetic field from the “Tesla Coil”. Serbia is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Tesla with the opening of the Tesla Monument in Victoria Park, Niagara Falls (Canadian Side) International

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SPC condemns possible removal of church in Kosovo

02.10.2012 Branko Ilic , Serbian FBReporter   Sourse:Tanjug         GRACANICA – The Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Diocese of Raska- Prizren opposed on Tuesday the removal of an unfinished church in Pristina, or its turning into a memorial museum of Kosovo Albanians, underlining that this constitutes an open call for discrimination and continued destruction of the Serb heritage in

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