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A square overlooked by a giant 29-metre tall bronze statue of the warrior king Philip of Macedon is taking its final shape in the centre of the Macedonian capital.
An old ruin in a neglected part of Belgrade, known as the ‘Spanish House’, will serve as the temporary home of a seven-month culture project.
The Belgrade authorities plan to reconstruct the ‘Judenlager Semlin’ concentration camp, where more than 7,000 Jewish women and children were killed, turning it into a memorial centre.
One of the most successful electro bands of all time, Depeche Mode performed a breathtaking show in the Serbian capital in front of around 30,000 fans.
Cultural institutions across Serbia will open their doors overnight on May 18th for the tenth Night of the Museums offering an attractive mix of exhibitions and performances.
China's world-famous exhibition of terracotta soldiers has gone on display in Bucharest.
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.
If you’re looking for a low-budget, no-frills, ‘Cheers’-style ambient, take a punt on Kancelarija.
Hamza and Zizek’s “From Myth to Symptom: The Case of Kosovo” deconstructs the NATO intervention and independence.
Through the story of ancient hero, this play speaks of all the modern wanderers who flee reality and draw up ‘false maps’ to prevent themselves from admitting they are lost.
New Exhibition at the Museum of Yugoslav History, ‘Yugoslavia from the Beginning to the End’, presents many of the historical, ethnological and economic diversities that made up the former state.
This new political comedy from Kosovo, set in the days before the declaration of independence, offers a subversive take on the theme of the Kosovo art world’s dependence on politics.
Donors spent hundreds of thousands of euro building a new museum in Gjirokastra - but the results were questionable and it ultimately closed over an ideological dispute.
Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin…