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Journals and media reportages from Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and from the region (Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro…)


The roadmap to Ethno village

The roadmap to Ethno village


Posted on Mar 10, 2016

In one of its episodes, the TV show “Roadmaps” headed towards our host Nedeljko Branković, with the intention of taking a look into the XVIII and XIX century, and trying to discover how our grandfathers lived. Krajnje zanimljivo putovanje kroz vreme gde Nedeljko objašnjava kako i zašto su se pravili neki objekti bez kojih nijedno tadašnje domaćinstvo nije moglo da funkcioniše, dalje priča Nedeljko o načinu na koji se obradjivala zemlja, koji su se alati koristili za izradu orudja, o bogatoj numizmatičkoj kolekciji i o ostalim predmetima iz etno muzeja skupljenih širom Srbije, BiH i Švajcarske… A šta je kamera zabeležila na ovom putovanju pogledajte na snimku...

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Banja Luka chronicles’ journalist Ljubinko Spasojević visited the ethno village Ljubačke Doline. With his team, he made a short reportage on the ethno village and the ethno museum. The camera recorded only a part of our rich assortment of items gathered by a collector Nedeljko Branković. Nedeljko and his story are just a hint of what you can find in Ljubačke Doline, and it is up to you to discover the rest. We are waiting for...

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We could not deny the invitation from our National Broadcasting Service TV editor. Nedeljko Branković was a guest in the show hosted by Nada Vukelić named “Serbia online”. In their regular column named “Regions”, Nedeljko presented the first indigenous village in the Republika Srpska. You can see the show here. Our story of Ljubačke Doline Village begins at 23:03 of the...

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On April 20, 2015 the Ethno Village Ljubačke doline was officially and formally opened being the first Ethno Village in the city of Banja Luka. Due to its specificity, the spirit and themes represented by the Ethno Village and Museum, it has attracted the attention of numerous media not only in the Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina but also in the region, including Serbia. The opening ceremony of Ljubačke Doline was a part of the official program of the celebration of the city of Banja Luka, thus many officials participated in the opening ceremony: the mayor of Banja Luka Slobodan Gavranovic Ministers of Trade and Tourism, and Education and Culture Predrag Gluhaković and Dane Malesevic, then, the Director of TOBL Ostoja Barašin and the Director of TORS Nada Jovanović. You can see the reports by our local and regional media on: – Mondo.rs – Mondo.ba + FOTO – GlasSrpske.com – Vijest.ba + VIDEO – Vesti.rs – Capital.ba – Faktor.ba + FOTO – Banjalučka...

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Prilog o Etno selu na eKapiji

Prilog o Etno selu na eKapiji


Posted on Mar 18, 2015

Predstavljanje Ljubačkih Dolina na Internacionalnom sajmu turizma u Beogradu nije prošlo neopaženo. Pored standardne turističke ponude Republike Srpske (Andrićgrad, Jahorina, Trebinje, Stanišići) i naše malo Etno selo je izazvalo veliku pažnju brojnih posetilaca štanda Turističke organizacije Republike Srpske i Turističke organizacije Banja Luke. Izmedju ostalih pomenućemo ekipu sa regionalnog portala eKapija sa kojima smo obavili intervju gde smo detaljnije predstavili ponudu etno sela i muzeja. eKapiji smo otkrili i neke planove za dalji razvoj naše male etno komune a i najavili smo i zvanično otvaranja etno sela Ljubačkih dolina u aprilu. Kompletan prilog pogledajte na...

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