21 June 2021
  • 10:58 THE ADRIATIC COUNCIL IS PREPARING FOR SLOVENIA’S EU PRESIDENCY
  • 15:00 Changes are coming, and they will alter the customer experience
  • 12:29 EU financial measures to strengthen investment activity
  • 10:03 Literature – very much alive even in 2021!
  • 10:32 Integration is key to higher economic and social growth

Literature – very much alive even in 2021!

The festival you can not miss: Fabula Literature of the World festival is one of the biggest literary festivals in the region and beyond. Author: Eva Premk Bogataj, Baletrina Fabula – Literature of the World festival is the biggest and most visited literary festival in Slovenia and the wider region. Founded in 2003, it has […]

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Why the Balkans are known in the world

10 facts that put Balkans on the world map In Southeast Europe, the Balkans embrace Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia. Portions of Greece and Turkey are also located within this geographic region. The region is known for its turbulent past, diversity, multicultural towns, impressive mountains and […]

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The Adriatic Journal’s best of both worlds

The events surrounding the coronavirus epidemic have shown how thin and fragile the line is between stability and certainty on the one hand, and a rapid slip into uncertainty on the other. Companies, leaders, and decision-makers have faced challenges they had not known before. We often hear how companies need to switch and adapt to […]

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Strukturni izzivi regije med in po COVID-19

Od digitalnega dogodka … Regija Adriatik kot prostor z lastnimi značilnostmi in tudi specifikami se nahaja pred izjemnimi izzivi. Ti so politični, ekonomski, družbeni. A zgodba je še širša. Na dogodku Sidrišče digitalnega je v realnem: Strukturni izzivi regije med in po COVID-19 bomo namenili pozornost sistemskim in strukturnim izzivov prostora Adriatik in gospodarskemu sodelovanju […]

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Advent, Zagreb and 2020

It ain’t a typical year but it’s the atypical things that we often remember most. Author: Steve Tsentserensky Normally, at this time of year, Zagreb is just absolutely teeming with people. Tourists the world over flocking to the capital to take in the sights, sounds, scents and tastes of the famed Christmas Market. And for […]

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Great minds of Western Balkans

Scientists, inventors, passionate researchers in their selected fields and tireless seekers of new, previously unthought of solutions. With pioneering discoveries, they paved new paths and pushed the boundaries of the possible, changing the world and lives of people. We present important personalities from the Western Balkans who have made an imprint in their period and […]

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Ohrid – The Spiritual Capital

Ohrid, a charming town by one of the oldest and deepest Europe’s lake, is the eight largest city in North Macedonia. Located not far from the Greek and Albanian borders, it is considered to be the most romantic place in North Macedonia, nicknamed the Balkan pearl. Ohrid is also one of 28 sites with a […]

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Novi Sad – The Pannonian Melting Pot

Settled between Belgrade and Budapest on the banks of the river Danube, Novi Sad is one of Serbia’s most beautiful cities. Also nicknamed the Serbian Athens, is the first city of an EU candidate country to be ever named the European Capital of Culture, the prestigious title it will hold in 2021. Author:  Ana PotočnikPhoto: Shutterstock […]

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Klet Brda – The cradle of Rebula wine

Rebula – wine of many faces. Modern for its directness, simplicity, and purity. Popular for carrying a cultural tradition established through centuries of taste history. Internationally appreciated because the best Rebula comes from Brda region. Author:  The Adriatic Journal in cooperation with Klet Brda Photo: Marijan Močivnik Several historical sources state that Rebula or Ribolla […]

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Literature among people

The year 2020 has been a challenging year for many event organizers.  Beletrina has been one of the most ambitious publishers in Slovenia since its beginnings. It offers a superb literary and humanistic literary program and boasts publishing both classics and the most influential contemporary literary voices. Publishing, however, is not Beletrina sole focus. It […]

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