Presentation of the cultures, customs and traditional dishes of the countries from which they originate, they were organized with the success of the NGO Fit Woman Montenegro NGO, supported by NVU Ruke. This is the first event dedicated to intercultural learning. Handicrafts, brochures, souvenirs and numerous specialties from Azerbaijan, Iran, Serbia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Great Britain and Montenegro were exhibited at the stands next to the terrace of City Tavern.
– A nice time, a festive atmosphere and, above all, interesting and vibrant stands have prompted many locals today as well as the guests of this city to devote part time to this event. In addition to the already known “domestic” aromas, pies, pies, buns and cakes, they could feel in the air, and they are not so familiar to us, and again extremely tempting. The visitors were given the opportunity to taste sandwiches with red caviar butter and Russian chocolate (Russia), mussels, stuffed eggs and biscuit-dessert (Romania), cheesecake from Lviv (Ukraine), lens juice, sorrel, baklava and locum Turkey), the NGOs said. The British cuisine was presented with a variety of delicious cookies, caramels and aromatic teas, and there were also Azerbaijani specialties such as Azarov pila sauftama, shekeburg (delicacy with almonds), eggplant kebab, sarmi with meat, stuffed chicken and doves (type of beverage)
Fans of a delicious snack could have flavored the culinary tradition of thousands of years on Iran’s booth, tasting foods such as ghazmi (eggplant and tomato), hook sebzi (egg dish), polo (rice with vegetables and meat), kebab, Iranian urme and shole zard (dessert of rice and rose water). On the Day of Intercultural Encounter, each country presented biographies of one or more women who left a significant mark on the social, political and economic life of the country they come from. Among them there are women who have engaged in music, humanitarian work, and those who have traveled into the universe and emphasized their accomplishments in humorous times. It is also worth pointing out that the visitors had the opportunity to learn some basic terms such as “Good Day” and ” thank you “in Azerbaijani, English, Farsi, Romanian, Russian, Turkish and Ukrainian, thanks to mini-dictionaries prepared by members of NGO Fit Woman Montenegro.