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Dan dobrodošlice za strane studente, nastavnike i saradnike upriličen je u ponedjeljak 28. septembra 2015. godine, a prisustvovali su mu strani studenti, nastavnici i saradnici koji dolaze sa univerziteta iz čak četrnaest zemalja – Španije, Italije, Njemačke, Poljske, Hrvatske, Slovenije i drugih zemalja, a ovo je prva godina da su tu i studenti iz Portugala, Finske i Luksemburga. The Welcome Day for foreign students, teachers and staff was organized on Monday, 28 September 2015. The event was attended by foreign students, teachers and staff from fourteen countries - Spain, Italy, Germany, Poland, Croatia, Slovenia and other countries. For the first time the students from Portugal, Finland and Luxembourg are visiting our University.
Exchange students at the University of Sarajevo and their story, student life in Sarajevo. Copyright of International Relations Office University of Sarajevo Music: Happy Background Music (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrPEoqp4sjg)
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Sarajevo is the capital and the largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Because of its long and rich history of religious and cultural variety, Sarajevo is called the "Jerusalem of Europe". All four major religions are living here together, in harmony. The historical and cultural center of the city, Bascarsija is Sarajevo's old bazaar formed around the fountain called Sebilj. On Baščaršija there are several important historic buildings, like the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, the largest mosque in the country. Complex of the Bey's Mosque consists also of schools, a marketplace, a public bath and the Clock Tower one of the most impressing architectural sites in town. In the city's Old Town district is also the Sacred Heart Cathedral, a Christian church and the largest cathedral in Bosnia. An...
Students explaining Sarajevo
In Sarajevo, Dr. Amineh Hoti of the Journey into Europe team interviewed two Muslim women on the topic of Bosnian identity, Nermina Idriz and Inas Hamidadean, who both have significant connections outside Bosnia. Nermina, a social worker originally from Bosnia, now lives in Penzberg, Germany and is married to Benjamin Idriz, a prominent imam in Germany who heads the Islamic Forum in Penzberg. Inas, a businesswoman, comes from a prominent Yemeni family and lives in Sarajevo. She is married to Professor Esmir Ganić who is the president of the American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina and was a great supporter of the Journey into Europe project in Bosnia.
A few images from my recent trip to Sarajevo Old Town (Bosnian pronunciation: Stari Grad], a municipality in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the oldest and most historically significant part of Sarajevo. Images include the Latin Bridge, Cathedral of Sacred Jesus Hearth, chess players in Liberation Square, the "Multicultural Man Builds the World" sculpture by Italian artist Francesco Perilli, Congregational Church of the Holy Mother, Eternal Flame Memorial, National & University Library, Sarajevo Clock Tower, Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque, Kazandžiluk street (Coppersmith's street), and Baščaršija, Sarajevo's old bazaar and the historical and cultural center of the city. Sarajevo is a warm and wonderful place to visit, make sure you put it on your bucket list... https://www.Sarajevo-Tourism...
As part of our research into post-war Sarajevo and how its youth are rebuilding their identity in Europe. An interview with academics Prof. Harry Miller, Prof. Lejla Miller-Van Wieren and Associate Lecturer Tulay Zivali talking about Sarajevo's architectural, political and cultural past.
Creactivity IUS Spring Festival 2013 - Flashmob performance. A flash mob (or flashmob) is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression. This flashmob is performed by International University of Sarajevo students and academic staff. Choreography and organization: Ismar Lacevic - Lacha. Sarajevo, 29.05.2013.