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  • HAEMUS visited Archive of Yugoslavia in Belgrade

    on Jul 29, 19 • in Book, Cultural heritage, History, News, Our Activity, Serbia, Skopje, Tradition • with Comments Off on HAEMUS visited Archive of Yugoslavia in Belgrade

    In order to research the history of Pivara Skopje company, HAEMUS accomplished a successful visit of the Archives of Yugoslavia in Belgrade. The goal of this visit was finding authentic documentation related to the development of the beer company, originally called “Parna Pivara AD Skopje” (Steam-powered Brewery PLC Skopje”, which had its head office since the founding of the company in 1922, up until the beginning of World War II. The entire documentation on the subject, contained in the Archives of Yugoslavia, was reviewed, during which original historical documents about the beginnings of this great

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  • HAEMUS part of the RCC Triple P Focus Group Meeting in Belgrade

    on Apr 20, 19 • in Art, Cultural heritage, Management, News, Our Activity, Promotion, Serbia, Tourism, Workshop • with Comments Off on HAEMUS part of the RCC Triple P Focus Group Meeting in Belgrade

    On behalf HAEMUS team, Ms Vasilka Dimitrovska, director of HAEMUS was a part of the Focus Group Meeting dedicated to the development of the regional umbrella identity Western Balkans – Crossroads of Civilizations, and a regional route dedicated to the post-World War II monuments, Balkan Monumental Trail, held on 23-25 April 2019, in Belgrade, Serbia. The meeting was organized by the Regional Cooperation Council and its Triple P Tourism Project.   This Focus Group brought together professionals from the private sector from the six Western Balkans economies with the purpose to discuss options for creating

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  • Extraordinary exhibition about Trebenishte

    on Mar 12, 19 • in Antiquty, Archaeology, Art, Bulgaria, Classical period, Exhibition, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia • with Comments Off on Extraordinary exhibition about Trebenishte

    “100 Years of Trebenishte” is an exhibition dedicated to an excavations at the archaeological site near Ohrid, to mark 100 years since the accidental discovery of the Trebenishte site near Ohrid on March 20, 1918. The exhibition was open at the Archaeological Museum of Macedonia at the beginning of March and it will run through late August. More than 400 bronze, silver, gold, ceramic, amber, and glass items are shown, and the exhibit features also the golden masks discovered at the Trebenishte necropolis dating from the sixth-fifth century B.C. The artifacts are described in detail in

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  • SCVPINI ROMANI – Upcoming International Festival of Ancient Roman Culture by HAEMUS

    on Sep 18, 16 • in Antiquty, Archaeology, Art, Cuisine, Cultural heritage, Culture, Education, Exhibition, History, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Roman period, Serbia, Technology, Tourism • with Comments Off on SCVPINI ROMANI – Upcoming International Festival of Ancient Roman Culture by HAEMUS

    Event date: Sunday, 06 November, 2016 Location: Oreov Lad complex, Skopje Organised by: HAEMUS – center for scientific research and the promotion of culture (MKD), in cooperation with the Archaeological Park “Viminacium” (SRB) and in partnership with EXARC (NL) Country: Republic of Macedonia Era(s): Roman Era Kind of Event: for Public SCUPINI ROMANI is a brand of HAEMUS a center for scientific research and the promotion of culture based in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. It consists of plenty portable exhibits (pottery, clothing, jewelry, knitted items, souvenirs) which are specially designed for this purpose and handmade by artists, artisans and craftsmen, inspired

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  • Mystery magic spells unearthed with ancient skeletons in Serbia

    on Aug 11, 16 • in Ancient Rome, Anthropology, Archaeology, Archaic period, Architecture, Art, Coins, Excavation, History, News, Roman period, Serbia • with Comments Off on Mystery magic spells unearthed with ancient skeletons in Serbia

    Archaeologists are trying to decipher magic spells etched onto tiny rolls of gold and silver that they found alongside skeletons of humans buried almost 2,000 years ago. “The alphabet is Greek, that much we know. The language is Aramaic – it’s a Middle Eastern mystery to us,” Miomir Korac, chief archaeologist at the site in eastern Serbia, told Reuters. The skeletons were found at the foot of a massive coal-fired power station where searches are being carried out before another unit of the electricity plant is built on the site of an ancient Roman city

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  • Stećci – Medieval Tombstones Graveyards inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site

    on Jul 17, 16 • in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cultural heritage, Middle Ages, Montenegro, News, Serbia, UNESCO • with Comments Off on Stećci – Medieval Tombstones Graveyards inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Stećci, a type of Medieval Tombstones Graveyards (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia) are inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. This serial property combines 30 sites, located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, western Serbia, western Montenegro and central and southern Croatia, representing these cemeteries and regionally distinctive medieval tombstones, or stećci. The cemeteries, which date from the 12th to 16th centuries CE, are laid out in rows, as was the common custom in Europe from the Middle Ages. The stećci are mostly carved from limestone. They feature a wide range of decorative motifs and inscriptions that represent iconographic

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