Cafe Bar Baghdad Sarajevo
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DJ El Manjo'S Gig in Sarajewo
DJ El Manjo spins at Baghdad Cafe, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Outdoor Nargile Cafe in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
No better way to relax after a day of sightseeing in Sarajevo.
Bosnian Coffee - Explore Sarajevo with Local Guides
My name is Edin and I am a local guide in Sarajevo. With my friend Elvis, who is tour guide as well I decided to promote Sarajevo and tours that we are doing in our hometown. In this vlog I am delivering story of making traditional Bosnian coffee.
Here is link of most popular Sarajevo tours offered by Meet Bosnia Travel:
*Sarajevo Free Walking tour:
*Fall of Yugoslavia, Sarajevo war tour:
Tourmage, agency run by Elvis does several tours in Sarajevo together with Balkan packages for groups and FIT.
Coffee, the Foundation of Bosnian Social Life
Coffee is the world’s favorite beverage and it is consumed across the planet. The coffee plant went a long way from east Africa where it originates to the middle east from which it spread throughout the Muslim world. It is thanks to trade routes and merchants that coffee reached Europe as well as the New World. In the 16th century coffee started to be consumed in Europe for the first time and it was in the south-eastern parts of the continent which was at the time controlled by the Ottoman empire that the first European coffee-shops were making Bosnia and particularly the city of Sarajevo one of the first European cities to have such a place.
People were consuming this hot beverage in Hans of Sarajevo already in the 16th century. By the time it reached mahalas and private houses it was already the foundation of social life of the city. In the same century there was already a separate tahmiscija guild dedicated to roasting and pounding coffee. This is at least a century before Vienna, Paris and other European capitals started enjoying this drink.
The preparation of coffee
Many steps are necessary before coffee can be consumed. Primarily, one should roast the coffee beans. The traditional way would be roasting it in a metal cylindrical vessel known as Shish which is rolled over fire. Then the roasted beans are either ground in a coffee grinder or pounded in Dibek which makes the coffee particularly flavorful. The next step is the preparation which varies greatly depending on the location and customs, but it usually involves open flame and forming the top layer of foam. In general, one should serve Bosnian coffee on a tray called tabla and it should be drank from fildzan, a porcelain cup used specifically for this purpose. Another local custom is to consume sweets with coffee such as lokum or baklava and to drink coffee without added sugar.
Differences in Coffee consumption
In the modern world of today people consume coffee to stay alert during busy days. Students are known to drink lots of it while preparing exams in order to stay awake during long study sessions. In Bosnia, coffee is consumed for a different purpose as it is usually a break from whatever you are doing, and it is something you would rarely do by yourself. Traditional coffee is called Bosnian coffee but in some parts of the region you can also hear people calling it Turkish coffee even though there are clear differences between the two. To make Turkish coffee you would add sugar during the cooking process and you would add cold water and let it cook slowly. Bosnian coffee is prepared by adding boiling water to ground coffee and it is always served bitter. It is up to a persons’s preference how much sugar should be added. The most important part of making Bosnian coffee is the foam which is distributed evenly to everyone around the table.
As coffee holds a vital place in Bosnian society many distinct coffee-related words have developed over time. The most common word for coffee drinking is “kahvenisanje”. It constitutes more than the mere act of drinking and it actually means socializing over coffee. Another important term is “ćejf” (cheyf) which can be translated as pleasure or the act of enjoying something. Even though this word is not solely related to coffee, the act of coffee drinking could be described as “ćejf”.
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SARAJEVO NOĆU: Otvorenje Caffe Bara Damy (04.11.2015.)
Caffe bar Damy je novo, ali već možemo da kažemo, idealno mjesto za izlazak koje je nedostajalo Sarajevu. Nalazi se iza Energopetrol pumpe u Nedžarićima u ulici Džemala Bijedića na broju 195, a za svoje goste ima obezbjeđen i parking.
Damy predstavlja mix caffea i cluba u kojem svake srijede imate priliku da se fantastično provedete uz muziku uživo i Gori bend. Iako je Damy tek sinoć (10.05.2015.) otvoren, već možemo da kažemo da, zahvaljujući ludilu koje je trajalo do sitnih sati, za ovu sedmicu proglašavamo ovo provodom nedjelje. Naime, Danijel Džafić i Enes Terzo koji čine Gori bend - redajući hit za hitom - goste su držali u fantastičnom raspoloženju, pa su neki odmah ove noći, rezervisavši sto, već osigurali svoje mjesto u ovom Caffeu za narednu srijedu.
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University Hotel Emiran, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, HD Review
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University Hotel Emiran offers a spa and wellness centre free-of-charge, as well as an à la carte restaurant that serves traditional Bosnian meals and non-alcoholic drinks. Free WiFi access is available throughout the property. The centre of Sarajevo is 3.7 miles away.
All rooms and suites are air-conditioned and provide a minibar and a flat-screen TV with cable and satellite channels, as well as a seating area. The bathroom is fitted with a shower and provides a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Emiran University Hotel also offers a free-to-use fitness centre, as well as a café bar. The front desk will organize hiking and sightseeing tours, as well as ski trips to nearby ski centres.
Sarajevo International Airport is 1.2 miles away. The property offers free private parking.
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SARAJEVO NOĆU: OTVORENJE Caffe Bara BUTTERFLY (19 12 2015)
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Moj prvi goblen @ Cafe Gallery Stella, Sarajevo, 2001
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Business Cafe Sarajevo (HD)
Novo vrijeme bilo je medijski partner Business cafea koji je održan u Sarajevu. U video prilogu pogledajte izjave organizatora, kao i specijalnog gosta Cafea.
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In Sarajevo Today (1939)
Titles read: IN SARAJEVO TODAY.
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (formerly Yugoslavia).
Various shots of the city of Sarajevo, showing locals milling about at a market, women wearing chador, bargaining for goods, old men smoking. Craftsmen work on stalls to make beaten copper and brasswork. At another stall a man looks at some shoes. A tailor at work. Old men sit smoking in a cafe. A trader stands talking to a local woman at her front door.
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