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By Aljoša Drobnjak , 19 Jul 2018, 18:11 PM News 19 July 2018 - On July 19, in front of the Museum in the Old Town, the beginning of the "Summer Scene Festival Ulcinj 2018" officially began. As much as it captures the hearts of its visitors with its appearance, its centuries-old tradition, the culturally recognizable identity of Ulcinj, it does not fall behind in terms of rich entertainment and cultural offerings, as well as relaxation that places this city high on the list of ideal getaways. Especially in the summer period, Ulcinj is rich in various entertainment events that are spontaneously organized in the Old Town of Ulcinj, the home of culture, on open terraces, beaches and beach bars. The cute and always smiling people from Ulcinj always unselfishly share their cheerful spirit and hospitality with tourists. As the organisers, Public Enterprise "Center for Culture", announced, this is the Jubilee, 30th manifestation of the "Summer Scene Festival Ulcinj”. The events will mostly take place in the Old Town of Ulcinj. This year’s edition of the Festival will be opened on July 19 at 9 PM in Ulcinj Old Town in a beautiful ambiance in front of the monumental Tower of Balšići. This traditional event will last until August 17, and all visitors will be able to attend interesting drama, film, music and literary events. "Summer Scene Festival Ulcinj" represents a local manifestation with cultural and entertainment character.
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