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Coffee Hour: Yugoslavia, A Land Of Diversity

Author: Tsukuba Information Center, Issue: July 2003, Topic: Coffee Hour

Yugoslavia, a land of beauty and diversity - fertile plains, rugged mountains, deep river valleys and white sand beaches along the southern coast of the Adriatic Sea.

The traditions of ancient Greece, Byzantium and Central Europe clashed, diffused and took root in this region. The multiethnic society of the Balkan Peninsula bears Mediterranean, Central European and Middle Eastern imprints of great complexity and diversity. Troubled by ethnic violence and civil wars, Yugoslavia exists under a new name: Serbia and Montenegro, a continuation of the two ancient kingdoms of the Serbian people.

If you would like to hear more about the fascinating history of this region, please join this month's Coffee Hour. This month's guest speaker is Ms. Vesna Belusevic from Novi Sad, Serbia, a long time resident of Tsukuba.

Date/Time: July 23 (Wed.) 14:00 to 16:00
Guest: Ms. Vesna Belusevic
Place: Tsukuba Information Center

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