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International conference in Carmelite convent of St. Elijah in Busko Blato in Bosnia and Herzegovina
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  06/18/2011 | Music , Croatian spirituality , Croatians in B&H , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Croatian national costumes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, part 4




Dr. Stjepan Pepeljnjak, distinguished Croatian microbiologist, a member of Passion Heritage Society from Croatia's capital Zagreb,
 attantively follows the concert. The Mostar TV and Sarajevo TV registered the whole event with their cameras.


F. Zvonko Martić with Mrs. Marta Vidić from the village of Vidovice near Orašje, north-east of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Mrs. Marta is a living encyclopedia of old chants and verses, and also a talented poet.



Dancing kolo (circular dance): native dancers with a few scientists from Zagreb


Breakfast, before the morning Sunday Mass.
Fantastic Croatian national costumes from Bosanska Posavina on the north-east of B&H.


Dr. Stjepan Pepeljnjak in a friendly chat with majka Luce (Mother Luce) from Vidovice in Bosanska Posavina, near Orašje.
She has lost her husban and child during the Serbian agression on Croatia and B&H.


Awaiting the beginning of morning Sunday Mass in Buško Blato.
An interesting view to traditional Croatian poculice covering heads of women.
Singing original church songs: Faljen Isus, Majko naša [MP3],
Zdravo Tijelo Isusovo, u jaslice položeno [MP3]





Singing after the Sunday mass.




Moj dragane sa onoga svijeta, javi mi se priko Interneta!
Blago onom ko se s nama druži, život mu je i ljepši i duži! [MP3]








Croatian women in central Bosnia tattoo their hands even today. This is centuries old tradition.



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