Today we are presenting a map with locations of interesting arhitecture in Syria, through which we are getting familiar with history of that interesting, ancient country. Buildings were already presented through #INTEGRA project and now we would like you to get a closer and better look at those locations.
We present a comparison of the Croatian vs. Syrian highest mountain top.
Highest mountain top in Croatia is on mountain Dinara-Sinjali 1.831 m and in Syria is on mountain Hermon 2.814 m.
As a part of project #INTEGRA, today we are publishing a second comic book about similarities in differences in Croatian and Persian language.
Theatre was built in either the second quarter or the second half of the second century AD, likely during the reign of Trajan. It is constructed of black basalt. The theatre is 102 meters across and has seating for about 15 000 people. It is one of the best preserved both in Syria and across the Roman empire. The theatre was added to UNESCO´s list of World Heritage in 2013
As a part of project #INTEGRA we did an interview with Twana Murad Rasul, born in Iraq in 2000.
Twana came to Croatia in 2015 at the time of migrant and refugee flow. He only spoke Kurdish but in only 2 years he learned to speak Croatian, English, Persian and Arabic.
Q: What is the hardest thing to get used to in Croatia?
A: The hardest thing to get used to is insulting Muslims.
Q: What do you miss the most from your home country?
A: I miss my mother and my family.
Q: What is the most annoying thing that happens to you in Croatia?
A: They look at me differently because I am not from here and they look at me strangely when I speak my language.
Q: What do you like the most about Croatian people?
A: Some Croatians are very polite and civilized, they feel everything I went through my life and they listen to me when I tell them about all that.
As a part of project #INTEGRA, today we are publishing a comic book about similarities in differences in Croatian and Persian language. Persian language is one of the Western Iranian languages within the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. Persian language is also a satem language.
Croatian language as a Slavic language also belongs to Indo-European language family and has developed from Old Church Slavonic, an ancient language used, as it`s name implies, in official Church writings of the period.
How to greet someone on Persian? Easy! Informal greeting is pronounced “Salam” which means hi on Croatian or hello on English.