Very good article of the preservation of status quo in Stolac, by local government, and national- oriented parties.
Read article, Stolac: A Town Deeply Divided
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 shook Bosnia early today, but there were no initial reports of damage or injuries, the countryâ€™s seismology department reported.
The epicentre of the earthquake that hit at 2.30am local time (1.30am Irish time) was near the southern town of Stolac, but the quake was also felt in the capital, Sarajevo.
Just a note regarding photo gallery, it’s offline because of the incompatibilities with the new blogging software.
Photo gallery is back online …
Here is a short guide how to publish your own articles or stories, even news on Stolac.INFO.
- Get yourself a username by registering, here;
- Then login
- To write an article or story click on “Write” in menu in upperleft corner.
- Save it as draft, by clicking “Save as Draft” button and that’s it.
Your Draft will be published as soon as I read it.
New looks of Stolac.INFO, after months of considering to move to a new hosting service I finally did it.
These few days or even weeks, Stolac.INFO will undergo transition to this new host and I will be working on a new blogging system. Faster, more expandable and dynamic.
This will allow me to offer visitors way of posting/publishing their own articles, stories. The goal is to gather as much information as possible about history and activities in Stolac municipality. So if you have something on your mind you feel sharing with others, you are welcome to do so. More details
later on how to do that.
Stolac is located in southern Herzegovina, approximately 40 km southeast of
Mostar. It is a quasi-mythical town. Nobel laureate Ivo Andric, author of “The
Bridge on the Drina,” once pointed out that “if God created the world anywhere,
then he created it in Stolac”. Its municipality was indeed one of the most significant
centers of Bosnian culture, and Bosnia and Herzegovina considered proposing
Stolac for the UNESCO list of mankind’s cultural heritage in the 1980s.