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The Travel Channel is to launch new episodes of the "Wild Carpathia" series, showcasing the unspoiled beauty of Romania and featuring Britain's Prince Charles.
US film-maker Stone and Greek opposition leader Tsipras will be among the guests at this month’s left-wing Subversive Festival in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
For the next five months the abandoned military underground nuclear shelter in Konjic, Bosnia, will again become a showcase for trends in contemporary art.
A recent report reveals the millions of euro paid in fees to the sculptors involved in the revamp of the capital called "Skopje 2014".
From new trends in European building design to an Oriental journey in the footsteps of Le Corbusier, Belgrade architecture week explores both local and international issues.
The premises of this cultural institution re-open for visitors following a makeover with concerts on April 18.
Sarajevo’s Selma Spahic has withdrawn her play from this year’s Sterijino Pozorje Theatre Festival in Novi Sad, because it will be opened by controversial Serbian film director Emir Kusturica.
Over four days, the Days of Belgrade festival offers a wealth of guided tours and shows celebrating the city’s history and culture.
A new version of Verdi’s famous opera, based on an Ancient Egyptian love story, premieres in Belgrade in April.
The tenth Belgrade Dance Festival will be bringing the latest world productions to dance lovers in the capital and beyond.
Local and international culture experts gathered in Belgrade to discuss ways to solve the cash-strapped arts community’s funding problems.
Leaked photos have revealed the possible visual appearance of the new 30-metre-high memorial dedicated to the Nobel Prize-winning nun that is to be erected in central Skopje.
The makeover of the capital reveals Macedonia's national weaknesses and frustrations, a well-known professor says in a pioneering scientific study.
Belgrade-born artist Rajko Milosevic, known as R M Guera, is turning the hit Tarantino movie into a 120-page comic.
Serbian cultural experts agree that everyone involved in the country’s arts scene needs to unite in order to influence the state’s cultural policy - as well as to survive economically.
It may be a transit zone for truck drivers right now but Savamala was once the beating heart of Belgrade - and will be once again if a group of artists have their way.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…