Mogilanska Mogila Funeral Offering.
This special armour (a knemis) with expressive eyes and partly striped face was part of funeral offerings found at the Mogilanska Mogila (Mogilanska mound) at Vratsa. Dated to the 4th century BC.
Map of Montenegro. Drawn in 1855 by German cartographer Adolph Stieler.
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Carol Guzy, Michael Williamson and Lucian Perkins of the Washington Post won the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for their work covering the Kosovo refugee crisis.
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For the third year in a row, the state has caved in to the extremists’ demands and banned Belgrade’s Pride Parade citing security reasons.
Serbia’s national security council has decided to ban all gatherings scheduled for the weekend including the annual gay pride parade which was due to take place on Saturday, over concerns of violent clashes."No one should question the political orientation of the state and whether the constitutionally guaranteed rights are respected, the only limitation are security reasons," Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic told Serbian public service broadcaster RTS on Friday evening.Several Serbian far-right organisations had scheduled rival rallies on the day of the parade, raising fears that there would be street disturbances.