Cultural Center of Balkans



Athens, the capital of Greece with population of over 3 million people, is recognizable by its widely visible symbol of the Acropolis, the notion of classical Greece. Athens is its economic, political and cultural center located on the Attica peninsula. This is city of contradictions: on one hand, the chaos in the traffic jams daily, on the other, magnificent testimonies of antiquity. Its ports are famous since antiquity: Piraeus, as trade, and Faleron, as military port.


Crossroad of civilizations - Ankara is the capital city of the Republic of Turkey since 1923 and the second largest in the country with about 4.5 million people, right after Istanbul.


The capital and largest city of the Republic of Croatia emerged from two medieval settlements that for centuries budded in the neighboring hills and, at the same time, Croatia’s political, economic and cultural center.


Ancient city enriched by the mutual interplay of cultural forces of the Islamic and Christian worlds, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Albania - Tirana.