Devanagari (ex Gallery Matilda) opens the exhibition of photographs by Milometer Tereshkova Straight ‘The Goat of the Truth: Goli Island 2018’, Sarajevo with a longstanding Parisian address and an imposing author’s opus. In addition to the author, Bruno Lakota, Emir Priam Immovably and Ante Filipino Grieg will be opening. Bergen Boltzmann, announced by the organisers as probably the most famous and most certainly the most influential theologian of Europe, the author of the capital piece ‘The Divine God’, a lecture on ‘Christianity, Humanity and New Nationalism’ will be held on September 6 at 20:00 on a standard festival location, Paul II (Little Lodge). On November 2018 Calendar Word at 22.00, historian Joe Pirjevec, author of ‘Tito and comrades ‘, where he has worked for over three decades, Bono Tereshkova and leader Davorka Blevins speak of’ 1948. – the year to be silent. In addition to Boltzmann, visitors of the 6th FAMILIAL will hear lectures by Erik Harms, the founder of Planet4People and UN expert on Sustainable Tourism, and at 21 o’clock the philosopher Parkour Pain’s lectures on “Politics of Factionalism: and his ideology ‘. On the last day, July 8, at 20 o’clock, the former rector of the Split University Ivo Babbitt will speak on the theme of ‘Tourist Destinations: Let the Cities of Dalmatia’.
The literary dinners in this edition are the guestbook by Bosnian writer Seediness Avdp, who will present the book “Kap veselja” on 5 September at 20:00, and Emir Pirogi Immovably, who will present “Terrorist” and Ivana Dragging on 6 September at 8.30 pm. September at 9 pm represents ‘Uneven’. The program, among other things, includes several round tables, the first of which is “Tourism: between profits and public good” scheduled on September 5 at 9 pm. The head is Jurica Paving, with Kremlin Khaki (NP Krka), Irina Zupan (Croatia Agency for Environment and Nature) and Tin Klansman (Ruler Bovine Institute). Bishop Porfirije Peril and Fr. Ante Vučković and Zoran Grozdanov, moderator, on the round table on September 6 at 9.30 pm discuss the topic of ‘God at the Crossroads of Faith and Ideology’.
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Pirjevec will also discuss the break between Tito and Stalin on the first day of the festival, September 5th at 22:00, with Damirom Pilić as part of the FALIŠ Interview. The festival will close the presentation of the ‘Sibenik Declaration: A Long Way of the Left to the Government’ on September 8 at 22 o’clock, attended by representatives of the New Left, Radiation Front, Socialist Workers’ Party, ORAH and Croatian La borers.
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However, at the founding assembly, the company got its first official name Tom Karapetrić Majski. At the same time a drama group started to work, but after a few years all the groups stopped working, except for the female singing choir.
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We know that there are at least 200 vacant empty business premises in the city and we do not want space for free but at a cheaper price, and we will edit it. Even colleagues from Lika, Dalmatia and Zagreb are willing to come and sell what they have – Flatscher said, pointing out that they are planning to organize this kind of fairs four times a year. By extending the Fair and Bidding, besides exhibitions of veterans’ cooperatives and OPG’s and their original natural agricultural and crafts products, they wish to facilitate the presentation of many positive examples of entrepreneurship and self-employment of Croatian veterans and their companies. Companies say that they contribute to the development of Croatia, and by promoting economic activities it preserves the dignity of all Croatian defenders as well as the truth about the Homeland War.
On Friday night, the writer Dubravka Ugrešić in Zagreb was awarded the literary prize for the best novel for the novel. He was awarded the ‘Lisica’ which, apart from the Croatian one, already has his Serbian, Bosnian, Dutch and American editions, which testifies to the position of this author on the map of contemporary November 2018 Calendar Word literature. Tportal’s first prize in Croatia after Croatia left Dubravka Ugrešić lives in Amsterdam. Croatia left Croatia in 1993 after media strike for the text ‘Clean Croatian Air’.