6 July 2020
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  • 13:06 An affordable necessity that became a symbol of the Yugoslav tragedy
  • 09:37 HOT TOPICS: Montenegro and Serbia clash over border opening
  • 12:34 The alphabet soup of economic forecasting

Once Upon a Time In … Serbia

The views from the past: Misunderstanding Serbia Sometimes, the past is indeed a different country. During the years 1843 and 1844, a stubborn Englishman named Andrew Archibald Paton, Esq., became one of the first Western tourists to stroll around newly independent Serbia (still spelled Servia at the time). One day, he set himself a goal […]

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Montenegrin passport through history

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Montenegro was the only country in the Balkans that remained independent during the Ottoman rule. It was also recognised as an independent nation at the Berlin Congress in 1878. But even so, Montenegrin ethnicity was not always included in the countryโ€™s travel documents. Montenegroโ€™s first passport dates back to 1751 during the rule of prince-bishop […]

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