The story of the Mill

Priča o mlinu - Ruma, 13/07-13/08

Great Exhibition (24 panels - 70 x 100 cm) opened in Regional Museum in Rum. Author of the exhibition is Dimitrije Vujadinović.  Les civilisations du pain The concept of exhibition not to demonstrate the technical and technological innovations in

14 July 2016 | more... »


Shakespeare and bread

Cortanovci/Indjija, 29/06-13/07

Company Theatre, MumbajThirdly a Shakespeare festival has been successfully completed. As in all previous years before the beginning of each show Festival Director Nikita Milivojevic and researcher Dimitrije Vujadinović ....gave a short performance for

07 July 2016 | more... »


Bread is made from the soul


 Predstavljena knjiga CIPOVKA. 

In the book store of the publishing house "Sluzbeni glasnik", one of the most prestigious bookstore in Belgrade, was presented publications Cipovka - bread smiles at the Moon. ....The event was attended by many prominent journalists and editors. Th

05 July 2016 | more... »


Culture and history of bread in the Serbian region of Vojvodina

New publication

Every region of Europe takes pride in its own, characteristic type of bread. These are not ‘special occasion’ breads made for a particular celebration or ritual. These are the breads served daily. All of these ‘take-pride-in breads’ are the result of a culture’s baking skills and differ according to how they are prepared, type of flour used, shape, taste and smell. Traditional, everyday ‘take-pride-in’ bread in Vojvodina is called CipovkaBread and bakery products have an important role in Serbian everyday consumption. Cipovka, typical Sebian bread, is produced in significant quantities in various parts of Serbia, especially in Vojvodina.

Peasants in Vojvodina, later professional bakers, prepared white bread – Cipovka, with yeast. Characteristic for this bread is its exceptionally pleasant smell and taste, easy digestibility and freshness of several days. The size of the bread depended on the number of household members and it`s average weight was 3 to 5 kg.

“There is not a thing which is more positive than bread”. Dostoevski

Bread written in different languages

Bread Cultural Heritage


Bread is one of the greatest discoveries of human beings! There is no doubt that Bread is the most present food at table worldwide. But, Bread is not only food, it is a symbol of spirituality and reflection of cultural traditions. The secret of Bread lies in its true gastronomic, spiritual and cultural uniqueness. Religious Breads are present in every period of human life, from birth to death, end even after death. The story about  Breads is a story about the ethical and symbolic life of humans which has always been actual! Because of that this story should not be forgotten! 

Bread and Culture - World's Heritage is envisaged as a mosaic programme of research, information and educational projects, taking also into account the symbolical role Bread plays in our religious, cultures and everyday life. With those aims in mind we started to work on various long-term projects. 

The programme is officially a subsidiary  project of the "European Food Project" of ERICArts (European Research Institute for Comparative Cultural Policy and the Arts)

The programme has established a collaboration with:

 Internationa Institute of Gastronomy, Culture, Arts and Tourism - IGCAT
 Centre de Recherche et d`Etude de la Boulangerie Et des Ses Compagnonnages CREBESC
 The project  "Les civilisations du pain.