Vladimir Zivojinovic

Nightclub Life Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

The city’s bars and restaurants are not allowed to
operate between 11pm and 6am, although those with outdoor spaces may
stay open until 1am. Across Europe, governments are reining in nightlife
with policies that range from curfews to outright closures, hoping to
curb Covid-19 with a more targeted approach than the blanket lockdowns
of the spring. During the recent surge of Covid-19 cases, people between
the ages of 15 and 49 account for about 80% of those testing positive,
according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
Bars and clubs, with their young demographics, close quarters, and
flowing alcohol, are seen as ripe environments for spreading
coronavirus. Even when allowed to remain open, main venue owners have
struggled to remain viable, with curfews and occupancy limits making
deep cuts into their revenues.

Midnight Liturgy Of Pilgrims At Djunis Monastery Orthodox Church

Each October, several thousand Orthodox Christians gather on the feast day of the Saint Roman Djunis monastery to attend the overnight vigil. At midnight, a hymn is recited as hundreds of people wait to be given atonement, eucharistic liturgy and anointing of the sick, whilst believers sleep in the church waiting for the morning liturgy.

Serbia’s Red Gold: Pepper Harvest

On average, In this village in the valley of South Morava, out of 280 households, 250 families are engaged in growing this pepper on an area of about 250 hectares, and about 500 tons of ground peppers are produced annually, though depopulation has decreased the number of homes taking part in the tradition.

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