Arkan & Ceca / king &queen of 90s
Veljko & Bogdana
- da li se ista promenilo od rata 90tih?
- samo sloga srbina spasava
ssss / cccc
*zoom in to read
from borshch mag
from Badland mag
* southeastern Europe
* Persian: "big high house"
The Balkans (/ˈbɔːlkənz/ BAWL-kənz), also known as the Balkan Peninsula, are a geographic area in southeastern Europe with various definitions and meanings,[2][3] including geopolitical and historical.[4] The region takes its name from the Balkan Mountains that stretch throughout the whole of Bulgaria from the Serbian–Bulgarian border to the Black Sea coast. The Balkan Peninsula is bordered by the Adriatic Sea in the northwest, the Ionian Sea in the southwest, the Aegean Sea in the south, the Turkish Straits in the east, and the Black Sea in the northeast. The northern border of the peninsula is variously defined.[5] The highest point of the Balkans is Mount Musala, 2,925 metres (9,596 ft), in the Rila mountain range, Bulgaria.

The concept of the Balkan Peninsula was created by the German geographer August Zeune in 1808,[6] who mistakenly considered the Balkan Mountains the dominant mountain system of Southeast Europe spanning from the Adriatic Sea to the Black Sea. The term of Balkan Peninsula was a synonym for Rumelia (European Turkey) in the 19th century, the former provinces of the Ottoman Empire in Southeast Europe. It had a geopolitical rather than a geographical definition, further promoted during the creation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the early 20th century. The definition of the Balkan Peninsula's natural borders do not coincide with the technical definition of a peninsula and hence modern geographers reject the idea of a Balkan peninsula, while scholars[of what?] usually discuss the Balkans as a region. The term has acquired a stigmatized and pejorative meaning related to the process of Balkanization,[5][7] and hence the preferred alternative term used for the region is Southeast Europe.
The origin of the word Balkan is obscure; it may be related to Persian bālk 'mud', and the Turkish suffix an 'swampy forest'[8] or Persian balā-khāna 'big high house'.[9] Related words are also found in other Turkic languages.[10] The term was brought in Europe with Ottoman Turkish influence, where balkan means 'chain of wooded mountains' in Turkic languages.[11][12]
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia
Its total area is usually given as 666,700 km2 (257,400 sq mi) and the population as 59,297,000 (est. 2002).[43] Italy, although having a small part of its territory in the Balkan Peninsula, is not included in the term "the Balkans".

"the sky is clear above Serbia"
"Where are you"
"It's only 12 o'clock"
musik - muzika
1996. "because of you'"
2003, "you will never know"
2004, "Right number"
1998, "blue elephant"
1994, "We are going to Mars"
1918 -2003

Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia&Herzegovina, Macedonia, Kosovo
TITO & queen Elisabeth

stereotypes: lazy, very lazy, spend more money than they earn, love to have a good time
album "love"
album "the miseducation of Lauryn Hill"
article from a serbian paper saying that Dua Liipa (Kosovar) claims ajvar to be Albanian
"war on ajvar"
Социјалистичка Федеративна Република Југославија
25. juna 1991. godine Slovenija i Hrvatska su proglasile nezavisnost. Nezavisnost su proglasile i Bosna i Hercegovina (6. aprila 1992.) i Makedonija (08.09.1991).
Kraljevina Jugoslavija 1929-1941
Titova Jugoslavija 1943 - 1980
independent communist state

* no religion
* no privatization
*grandma says best time of her life
Bosna i Herzegovina
"my life is like Switzerland"
cultural phenomenon, "VIRGINA". A girl that takes the role of a man in the family because of the lack of men
if you say "burek with cheese" in Bosnia, you might get killed. Burek in Bosnia is just with meat, the one with cheese they call "sirnica"
Republika Severna Makedonije
[ with the focus on ex-yu]
#latinica i cirilica
Писмо: ћирилица (македонска ћирилица)
latinica i cirilica
"God safe her from evil" , 2007
Kosovo i Metohija
tv series
baba's fav song
#mountains and sheep
those photoshop skills
"from the other side of the moon" album
stills from movie "RANE" (wounds)
#sa zeljem
glorification of MAFIA
war is kitsch
Even before baptism, crosses the Slavs was associated with the sun and is a powerful talisman against evil spirits.

The difference of patterns on the right and left hands, most likely related to the fact that one of the rear parts of the brush depicted the solar symbolism, and on the other the moon. Such pagan tattoos were particularly unpleasant to the Ottomans — if the Christian ornaments they could accept, even the most beautiful woman with the pagan symbols on the body was not needed.
Islam I Pravoslavlje

Muslim and Christian Orthodox
Bermudin trougao = balkanski trougao
NAM - Non Aligned Movement is a multinational utopian project that emerged in 1961 from the complex political landscape of the Cold War.
Orchestrated by 3 key figures: Josip Broz Tito (president of Yugoslavia), Gamal Abdel Nasser (president of Egypt) and Jawaharlal Nehru (the first prime minister of India); it aimed to achieve national sovereignty, decolonisation, anti-imperialism and new economic world order independent of USSR and US.
parallel to movie "Volver" by Almodovar
krvna osveta
*crnogorska plemena
*ako se baci ceci preko groba onda ce se debiti krvna osveta
* "Dan propje godina nikad" - Zarko Lausevic
*deda Miroje
*Knjaz Danilo Petrovic
* baby face
* murderer/rapist
Pleme Bjelopavlici (Lakici od dede su od tog plemena)
- od Pavla preko Zete reke
Ivanovici iz plemena Kuči
*Starosedeoci kučkih oblasti su se uglavnom bavili stočarstvom i živeli polunomadskim načinom života.
Veoma su plahoviti, žive od plena i nikako neće da se potčine Turcima
NATO agresija "Nemilosrdni andjeo"
24. мар 1999. – 10. јун 1999.
Serbia, a landlocked country at the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe, covers the southern part of the Pannonian plain and the central part of the Balkans. The dominant power in the former Yugoslavia, it has had a bad press in the West. However, the truth is much more nuanced and interesting than that portrayed by the media. Serbia is a country with wonderful scenery, architectural riches, and a vibrant arts scene, waiting to be discovered by Westerners. Serbs are proud, passionate, and generous people with an independent streak. They have always had to fight for survival, first against the Ottoman Turks and then against the Habsburg Empire. Following the First World War, they took the lead in forming independent Yugoslavia. They resisted Hitler heroically. Under Tito's rule Yugoslavia steered an independent course. After his death the multinational state disintegrated amid bitter conflict. The war over the secession of the province of Kosovo saw Serbia bombed by NATO forces for two and a half months. The Serbian people's reaction to their hardline Communist regime was the Bulldozer Revolution—a campaign of civil resistance that returned the country to democracy in 2000. Against this turbulent backdrop, the visitor to Serbia needs to be well informed and sensitive to people's feelings. Culture Smart! Serbia introduces you to a diverse, complex, and dynamic society. It offers background information on Serbian history and customs, and essential advice on what to expect and how to behave in different circumstances. If you show interest and respect, you will receive a warm welcome and lasting loyalty in return.