Professor Dragana Radojičić, PhD, science advisor of the SASA Institute of Ethnography, took part in the work of the international scientific symposium “Paštrovići and Venice” from April 4th to April 6th. The symposium was organized to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the Paštro-Venetian Treaty. The organization of the symposium was initiated by the local community of Paštrovići gathered around a number of organizations and associations, and supported by several Montenegrin institutions, organizations and traders. Over 30 academicians, professors, researchers and culture associates from Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro presented their scientific papers at the symposium. Professor Dragana Radojičić, PhD, spoke about the clothes worn in the 18th century in the area from Herceg Novi to Spič, as part of the 8th session Heritage at the Border between the East and the West.