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Српски / srpski: Karadžić je mesečni list, koji je izlazio periodu od 1899. do 1904. godine u Aleksincu. Bio je to list za srpski narodni život, običaje i predanje, koji je uređivao, tada profesor aleksinačke učiteljske škole, etnolog dr Tihomir Đorđević. Časopis je bio izuzetno bogat zanimljivim tekstovima, predstavljao je jedan mali etnološki zbornik. U njemu su čitaoci mogli pročitati kako su se proslavljali praznici u različitim delovima zemlje, kako se govorilo, kakve su bile kletve, kakve bajalice, zagonetke i poslovice. Moglo se saznati i dosta o odevanju ljudi u različitim oblastima, o muzici, zdravicama i pesmama, o običajima i praznoverju. Časopis je bio pun narodnih pripovedaka, a isto tako i priča o nastanku imena sela i drugih mesta.
English: Karadzic is a monthly newspaper, which was published in the period from 1899 to 1904 in Aleksinac. It was a paper for Serbian folk life, customs and traditions, edited by the then professor of the Aleksinac teacher's school, ethnologist Dr. Tihomir Djordjevic. The magazine was extremely rich in interesting texts, it is a small ethnological collection. In it, readers could read how holidays were celebrated in different parts of the country, how they were spoken, what curses were, what charms, riddles and proverbs were. You could also learn a lot about the clothes of people in different areas, museums, toasts and songs, customs and superstitions. The magazine was full of folk tales, as well as stories about the origin of the names of villages and other places.
Source Časopis ,,Karadžić" iz 1899. godine, koji se čuva u Biblioteci grada Beogrda u odeljenju Periodika.
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Karadzic Magazine from 1899, first issue.

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