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Polish-Lithuanian Border

Vilnius, photo: Motorito / flickr / CC BY-NC 2.0

Taken literally, the term “borderland” means border territories which separate areas featuring different cultures, languages or ethnic groups. In the case of Polish-Lithuanian borderland, the phenomenon is much more complicated. The area in question, not always directly adhering to the current border, was shaped as a result of political and social processes that took place at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries on territories of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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Novi Sad, photo: Eugene Zagidullin / flickr/ CC BY 2.0

The Autonomous Province (AP) of Vojvodina is the northernmost region of Serbia. Located in the Pannonian Basin, its capital city of Novi Sad presents not only the largest city of the AP, but also the second largest city in Serbia.

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Mostar, photo by: Tony Bowden / flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

The city of Mostar, although not located near the modern-day state borders of Bosnia and Hercegovina, lies on the internal perimeter of the two state’s entities, namely the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska. As the largest city of the historical region of Herzegovina, Mostar is populated with approximately 113 000 inhabitants according to the newest population census, with biggest majority of ethnic Croats and Bosniaks, and a minority of Serbian population.

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Berlin Wall, photo: Laura Cuttier / flickr / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

With its official population of 3,670,999 people1, Berlin is the second most populous city in the European Union. As a prosperous centre of international affairs and creative industries, it constitutes an inspirational homeplace for numerous trendsetters, artists and distinguished individuals.

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Regions explored in 2016 editions

1st edition
Banská Bystrica Region || Bukovina || Lubuskie Region || Transylvania

2nd edition
South-Styria and Štajerska Region || Transcarpathia || Pecs Region || 
Liberec Region


Regions to be explored in Summer Edition, 6-13 July 2017

3rd edition
 || Mostar || Vojvodina || Polish-Lithuanian Border

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Regions to be explored in Autumn Edition, 18-25 September 2017

4th edition
Prespa Lakes Region
 || Albanian-Montenegrin Border || Hungarian-Romanian Border || Spanish-French Border

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