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Culture is at the heart of EU international relations and the Joint Communication adopted on 8 June 2016 aims at encouraging cultural cooperation between the EU and its partner countries and promoting a global order based on peace, the rule of law, freedom of expression, mutual understanding and respect for fundamental values.
A travelling outdoor multimedia exhibition dedicated to the Great War and its aftermath, “After the Great War: A New Europe 1918- 1923”, officially opened in Sarajevo on 19 November.
At this art exhibition, drawings of a New-Zealand/Australian Art duo are portrayed. The artworks focus on their 31 day trip in Belgium and their 31 day trip in Canberra.
The three day festival promotes excellence in design and gathers students and experts from the region and the European Union.
The conference gathered representatives of BiH cultural and tourist organisations and institutions, and featured experts from the EU, who presented the latest developments in the field of cultural tourism and the possibilities for promotion of the cultural heritage of the region.
Olaf and Kerstens are two prominent, contemporary photographers from the Netherlands, who both have exhibited extensively around the world, now in Australia.
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