National Register of ICH

1. Saint Patron’s Day The Slava is a complex of ritual and social practices celebrating a saint that is believed to be a family’s patron and a giver of prosperity. The...
2. Prayer – St. George’s Day ritual, (Молитва, ђурђевдански обред)   The molitva is a ritual practice performed once a year in the village of Vrtovac, Stara Planina mountain, on the occasion of the feast of St George...
3. Belmuž - Traditional shepherd dish made of unripened cheese, (Белмуж) The belmuž is an everyday and ritual dish made from young sheep cheese and corn flour. It is a piece of the unique heritage of cattle herders’...
4. Ritual of making and lighting farmer candles (Обичај изливања и паљења ратарских свећа) The practice of casting and burning farmers’ candles (ratarske sveće) is part of Easter rituals in western Serbia. It includes the manufacturing of...
5. Making of Pirot hard cheese Pirot cheese is a traditional product from the Stara Planina region primarily made of sheep milk, although modern changes have introduced the...
6. Rug-making in Pirot Pirot kilim making is the skill of making rugs on a vertical loom, using the tapestry weaving technique. The skill is used in the production of...
7. Filigree craft, Krist Berisha, goldsmith based in Kraljevo As a technique of making silver and gold jewellery, filigree was very widespread in goldsmith’s trade in Serbia in the past and was part of the...
8. Craft of stonemasonry, Bela Voda The stone carving craft at Bela Voda is a traditional way of processing stone, the sandstone of Bela Voda, which comes from the quarries in the...
9. Pazar meat pie prepared in traditional way Mantije (Turkish manti, dumplings) of Novi Pazar, the specialty of the urban cuisine of Novi Pazar, is a dish made of laminated dough stuffed with...
10. Zlakusa pottery The process of the manual manufacturing of ceramic pots to be used for the thermal treatment of food on a handwheel (kolo) using the building...

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