National Register of ICH

31. Coppersmith’s trade (Kaзанџијски занат) Coppersmith’s trade, the production of copper vessels and other items, is one of the oldest trades that was in the past very widespread in the...
32. Rug-making in Stapar The craft of making the Stapar kilims, which are, along with the Pirot kilms, the most famous native Serbian rugs was developed in the context of...
33. Skill and craft of making kajmak The traditional process of making kajmak – a dairy product obtained by separating the fat layer during the cooling of boiled milk. The skill and...
34. Cipovka – the skill and craft of making traditional bread in Vojvodina In a distinctly farming culture in the territory of Vojvodina, where cereal crops play an important role in the diet, the skill of making special...
35. Cooking žmare (“žumijar”) Žmare – ritual and everyday dish.  Žmare is prepared from mutton, leek and corn flour. Meat from a whole sheep (around 70 kg) is cut into pieces and...
36. Bela vila – Easter customs at Velika Hoča This custom is practiced at Velika Hoča on the third day of Easter. It belongs to the domain of societal customs, rituals and celebration events....
37. Burning of Petrovdan “lila” torches, lilanje The custom of preparing and burning lila torches for Petrovdan has been known for centuries in shepherd communities of Western Serbia. It is...
38. Toasts (počašnice, nazdravice), Здравице Toasts represent public exclamation of good wishes on celebratory occasions. They are a part of custom practice and oral tradition present throughout...
39. Opanak-making craft (Опанчарски занат) Opančarstvo, the craft of making opanak shoes (pl. opanci), belongs to the traditional set of craft knowledge and skills and includes making opanak...
40. Double-stranded knitting of woolen socks (Двопређно плетење вунених чарапа) Double-stranded knitting is a technique of making socks by using wool produced within the household, where two wool strands in different colors are...

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