#Did you know? #My grandma told me #I …(My story)
#Did you know?
#My grandma told me
#I …(My story)
I’m going to tell you a story about a meteorite that fell in the territory of Fermo on the 25th of November 1996. At that time I was working in the field. I heard strange noise. The sky was clear and there was thunder. In some way I was drawn
My grandmother Maria is going to tell you a story about Altidona where she lived when she was a little girl and about San Marco alle Paludi where she transferred later. It was a bare area with few houses and a lot of hills.
Once all the baskets were handmade. I have been making the baskets in this way for more than sixty years. I do this work out of passion.
We are the flag wavers and drummers of the Cavalcata dell’Assunta of Fermo. We have been wavers and drummers for more or less 20 years now. Palio for us presents a big emotion, a passion… It’s a lot of work that goes around all over the year. The work starts
My name is Daniele Albertini. My mum opened this shop in 1961. I remember Piazza del Popolo crowded with people. A funny memory is about all the people walking around with the plate of brioches from Caffè Alimento. This was around 1970’s and 1980’s.
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I recall the square well, I remember there was no paving and the square ground was dusty. Today I can still picture it as it was, although more than 50 years have passed since then. Of course it looked different but it still was very interesting. I remember it well
Ciril Globočnik, the Mayor of Radovljica
In Radovljica I am repeatedly fascinated by the old town, so charming and homely, a place where you can meet many people you know. Coloured facades of the houses, which dates back to the 15th and 16th century, will take you back in history of the city. A special touch
Tina Debeljak Trbič, museum guide
My name is Blaž Terèek and I have lived in Radovljica my whole life. My parents, well one of them also lives in Radovljica since birth. I used to live in Predtrg, but now I live in the square. I just love Radovljica, that’s why I stay here, because it
Magušar’s house in Radovljica faces the town square and is almost parallel with Trubar Street. It is actually a house, which has transformed itself through the centuries from three buildings connected by a historically important 16th century arcade hall into a single dwelling. Over the centuries various owners have lived
Our house is over five hundred years old. At first it belonged to the neighbouring castle and its various noble families so besides the Counts of Valsassina and the Counts of Thurn the owners of this house were also the Counts of Celje. The house has not belonged to the
Lili i Jože Andrejaš, ginger bread artisans
My name is Oli and I live at the Magušar house in Radovljica. The house which is over five hundred years old was bought by my husband great-grandfather, a trader and a big land-owner at the end of the 19th century. It is a very interesting house and I love
I feel as if the old town centre of Radovljica is a big living room where everybody meets, like in a family house where the living room is the central point.Just so the old town centre is a lounge for all of us who meet here in the Square. Here
One of the famous persons in Radovljica was the street sweeper. He had a difficulty walking. Nevertheless his road was spotlessly clean. It has never been as clean again since. He had a large broom made of birch with which he laboriously swept the ground so that it left swathes
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We are now in a church, according to the stories the endowment of despot Stefan Lazarević, even though there are no official records about this. The church is mentioned in official records for the first time in one Turkish population survey of 1528 when the population of village Gorovič was
Čeda Stevanović, historian
I am Ljilja Pavlović Dear, I have been living in Paris for 30 years. I come to Topola at least once a year to visit old places and of course I know here a certain number of people, but some of them aren’t here any more, people that were here
Topola… A town, so significant for our history. Truthfully, as we know, it was a small town in the second half of the 19th century, a town of several thousands of people, there on the slopes of mountain Venčac. Firstly, as we well know – Karadjordje built an entire town
There is a story that goes around in these parts about the way the King’s wine cellar was built, and why it was built. The first cellar that existed in these parts was located in a small village Banja near here. There was a large number of vineyards here so
Miroljub, culture manager
Topola got its name, so the story goes, after three poplar (topola) trees which could be found near the Kamenica river. People would come by, stayed and rested here from their journeys on the way from Belgrade to Rudnik mountain. The poplar trees were easily recognizable, and in the end
Dejan, history professor
Until the World War II Topola was crafts and trading centre and it was due to the development of craftsman and traders that it was proclaimed a town in 1882. And throughout their history until the World War II there was a constant rivalry between the towns of Topola and
We are fruit-growers. We grow apples, pears, plums. It wasn’t like this back then. There was hardship and poverty. It’s much better now…
Siniša Simić, fruit grower
My name is Mileva Stevanović, I worked for 35 years in the museum in Oplenac, today I’m in retirement. My research was mainly concerned with Karadjordjević family. Since we are now in the town of Karadjordje, here you can see the house of Karadjordje where he lived during the First
If he hadn’t been born in hard and difficult times, Karadjordje Petrović would have been known in Europe for wine and grapes, and not as a leader of Serbian uprising. The planting of vineyard on Oplenac hill is usually associated with King Peter, the Liberator and his son King Alexander.
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