THE EAST IN THE EUROPE
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THE EAST IN THE EUROPE
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S0321-50750000619-6-1
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75-79
Abstract
The Balkans is that part of the world where the East and the West, Asia and the Europe not simply converge, but closely intertwined into each other, forming extremely original, complex, sometimes confused combinations. In culture, architecture, language, features of art of Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina which has remained for several centuries parts of the Ottoman Empire one distinctly feels the influence of the East.The folklore of southern Slavs, music, dances, kitchen, clothes, architecture of their countries are closely connected with Turkish traditions and customs and not much different from them. The author offers readers to make a fascinating travel across the Balkans and to learn a lot of new.
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Balkans, Islam, Ottoman Empire
Date of publication
01.01.2010
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