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Serbian culture refers to the culture of Serbia and of ethnic Serbs.
To understand why, it helps to know the movie’s importance in one particular country: China.
Hundreds of millions of Chinese have watched among the very few foreign films to be screened in the country during the Cultural Revolution.
The Museum Valter Bran Sarajevo, which opened last weekend, features rooms depicting various scenes, wax statues of characters, and multimedia content dedicated to the film.
Durakovic said he expects it to be a major attraction for Chinese tourists.
Xi didn’t skip a beat, saying, “I remember movies like … They evoked people’s sentiment of patriotism and accompanied the youth period of our generation.”As the banquet drew to a close, Xi and Nikolić walked over to the table of Julijana Lula Zivojinovic, the widow of the late actor Zivojinovic, who played Walter.
A lot senior citizens are single or single again at this time of their life.
During a lavish state banquet at which the then-Serbian president Tomislav Nikolić welcomed his Chinese counterpart, the movie’s theme song began to play (link in Chinese).
Following Serbia's autonomy after the Serbian revolution and eventual independence, the culture of Serbia was restrengthened within its people.
Conversion of the South Slavs from Paganism to Christianity began in the early 7th century, long before the Great Schism, the split between the Greek Orthodox East and the Roman Catholic West, the Serbs were first Christinaized during the reign of Heraclius (610–641) but were fully Christianized by Eastern Orthodox Missionaries (Saints) Cyril and Methodius in 869 during Basil I, who sent them after Knez Mutimir, had acknowledged the suzerainty of the Byzantine Empire.
The Byzantine Empire had a great influence on the culture; Serbs were initially governing the Byzantine and Frankish frontiers in the name of the emperors and were later through their sworn alliance given independence, baptized by Greek missionaries and adopted the Cyrillic script, with Latin and Catholic influences in the southern regions.
The Serbian Orthodox Church gained autocephaly from Constantinople in 1219, whereas Stefan the First Crowned was declared king by the Pope.