The Stora Hoga school / The Husino school project



Fieled trip to Mostar

On 6th May, Husino and Ljubače students went on a field trip to historic Mostar, situated on the Neretva River. The students strolled around historic neighbourhoods and enjoyed famous dishes and desserts. We visited the Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, which is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most recognizable landmarks. During the war, the Bridge was destroyed and a monumental project to rebuild the Old Bridge was initiated in 1999 and completed in 2004, when a grand opening was held on 23rd July. In July 2005, UNESCO inscribed the Old Bridge and its closest vicinity onto the World Heritage List.

After Mostar, we continued our trip to Blagaj, where the students also visited Blagaj Tekija (Dervish house/monastery), built in the early 15th century by dervishes, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style. It is considered a national monument. The Tekija gives an astonishing view of the source of the Buna River.  

Accompanied by a beautiful spring weather and good atmosphere, the students and teachers had excellent time and are looking forward to the next school trip!






Sutlija is a traditional sweet Bosnian dish with rice.


  1. 300 grams of rice;
  2. 1 litre of milk;
  3. Sugar and vanilla sugar (as much as you like);
  4.  350ml of water.


1. Wash the rice.


2. When washed, mix the rice up with 350 ml water and cook it.

3.While rice is cooking, mix the milk, sugar and vanilla sugar in one bowl. Then pour it in a pot and start cooking it2

4.When the rice is cooked, it should look like this. 4

5.Put the rice into the boiling milk and leave it on the cooker for 5 minutes to simmer.

6. After those 5 minutes put the mixture/your sutlija in a bowl and put the bowl in the fridge for about 1 hour.

7.You can serve it with cocoa or cinnamon on the top.


Hope you’ll like my way of making ”sutlija”  J

Prepared by: SamraDurić, Ljubačeschool


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