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The 20th anniversary opening of the International Folklore Festival "The Vrsac Venac"

On Monday, 10th July 2017, starting at 9 pm, the jubilee 20th International Folk Festival “THE WREATH OF VRŠAC” will be officially opened.

The International Folk Festival "The Wreath of Vršac" was founded in 1993, with the intention to, like many famous world festivals, preserve and cherish the most valuable things in the rich history of folk songs and dances. Over the past nineteen festivals, it hosted more than 500 ensembles that presented the culture and tradition of countries from five continents. Web-ArgentinaThe International Folk Festival "The Wreath of Vršac", which is the member of the CIOFF, the International organization of festivals with UNESCO, in addition to the defined programme concept, is followed every year with a number of interesting contents such as Ethno Fair (the placement of souvenirs and ethno products), exhibitions, workshops , lectures ... The programme of the 20th Festival will include ensembles from Argentina, the Czech Republic, China, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Portugal and Romania, two top ensembles from Serbia (Bogatić and Užice), as well as two cultural-artistic societies representing the city of Vršac ( The Urban Cultural Society of work of Art "Laza Nančić – Vršački vinogradi" and Cultural-artistic Association "Grozd "). During the festival, Vršac will accommodate around 600 participants from eight countries of the world, from three continents. The sponsor of this year's Festival is the City of Vršac, and the organizer is the Cultural Center Vršac.

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