The mirrored-glass entrance is bizarrely unwelcoming, but once inside this is a moving museum with fascinating displays that commemorate the all-but-lost Sephardic Jewish culture of North Macedonia through a range of photos, English-language wall texts, maps and video.
"Vintage days" Brotnjo is an event with probably the longest tradition in Bosnia & Herzegovina. It denotes the beginning of the grape vintage and is a celebration of grapes and wine production, of Žilavka and Blatina as autochthonous varieties of this region.
Maybe you're looking for a European festival that hasn't been all gussied up for the tourists. If you're traveling in the summer in Italy, check out the town of Sedilo in the heart of Sardinia. It puts on a horse race and festival like you've probably never seen before.
Here, in 1934, the people of the village of Medjugorje erected an eight-meter high concrete cross in commemoration of the 1900th anniversary of Jesus' death. the cross is visited by thousands and is known throughout the world.
The Roman Arena in Verona is one of Italy's most spectacular settings for outdoor opera performances and concerts. Built in the 1st century BC, its the third largest Roman arena in Italy. The Arena di Verona summer opera season usually starts in mid-June and runs through early September with performances starting at 9 or 9:15 PM.