For years, the Soviet-imposed artificial culture typically spoke Russian as the first language and identified itself with a communistic, atheistic worldview, celebrating Soviet holidays and breaking away from some of the national traditions with the purpose of fitting into the ideological society. The fall of communism destroyed this ‘harmony’ and created a nationalistic conflict, in which each ethnic group wants to have freedom to express their own authentic culture. The variety of the ethnical mosaic of the region became visible and the beauty of cultural differences started to be expressed. Nations no longer want to be Soviet as they were taught to be, they want to learn their new identity and share it with the world.