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Sveti Georgije ubija aždahu

The Serbian Dragon: Fact or Fable?

When we think of fairytales, fables and folk stories, our thoughts inevitably drift to dragons. Ferocious, fearless and fire-breathing dragons. And we would be right. Anywhere but in Serbia. Unlike the malicious dragons spoken about in Western cultures, Serbian dragons are quite different. In Serbian folklore, dragons are good creatures that help people. Dragons in…

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Novak Djokovic

5 Serbs 17 Guinness World Records

If they can beat the best scores, win important medals and trophies, astonish us with their inventions and celebrate every success, why would the Guinness Book of Records be an exception? Serbs, as you must’ve already guessed, just had to secure their spot in this book of self-made champions. Therefore, we present to you 5…

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7 Serbian Inventors of the 21st Century

Even though small in size, Serbia is filled with bright young (and young at heart) minds who are trying to make the world a better place. While everybody knows we are a nation of sportsmen, not much is known about our great inventors living in this day and age. And we are about to change…

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Robert De Niro

How did Robert De Niro fall in love with Serbia

When Đokić family generously welcomed him back in the 60’s to their home near Niš, the famous Hollywood actor fell in love with Serbia. A pleasant Čokot Village, home-made pogača and cheese, but the warm hospitality as well, have won over De Niro who once said that he “felt like a Serb”. In the summer…

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Novi Sad, Aleksandar Milutinović

Novi Sad is celebrating 268th birthday

On this day in 1748, Novi Sad was declared a free royal city. Since 1998, this date has been marked also as a City Day, and prestigious February Award is being presented to the most deserving citizens. This day represents an important date for Novi Sad or Serbian Athens, as it is also called. The…

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Novak wins AU 2016 and writes a new page of tennis history

Novak has won Australian Open 2016 by defeating Andy Murray in three straight sets 6-1 7-5 7-6(3). He also became a second player in history, besides Roy Emerson, who has managed to win this Grand Slam tournament for the sixth time (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016). For all these years Novak has enjoyed tremendous support from all…

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Tara Mountain

8 pictures that will make you wanna visit Western Serbia

If we had to describe Western part of Serbia with only two words, that would be simple: unimaginable nature. Seven major mountains, rivers and lakes, hundreds of magnificent viewpoints, infinite vivid landscapes, large number of interesting tourist attractions and great manifestations. Welcome to Western Serbia! Perućac lake Perućac is the fishing paradise as the lake…

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Nemanja Vidić

Nemanja Vidić ended his playing career

One of the best football players in the world and the former player of Red Star, Spartak, Manchester United and Inter, ended his career at 35. Due to numerous injuries that he had over the last couple of years, famous Serbian football player decided to retire. Great football career Vidić finished in Inter with which…

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Tarabići Kremna

Tarabići from Kremna: a family who had predicted Serbian history

That Turkish Empire is about to fall, dynasties Karađorđević and Obrenović to emerge, and telegraph, telephone and television to come to Serbia are just some of the events which were foreseen by Serbian prophets- Tarabić family. Among thick, green hills of the two mountain beauties Zlatibor and Tara, there is a mystical pit of a…

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Saint Sava

Today is St. Sava’s Day

Around Serbia and Serbian Orthodox temples, today is marked a memory of an educator, prince and first Serbian archbishop- St. Sava. One of the biggest temple and family holidays marked by the Orthodox Church and its believers is Savindan or St. Sava’s Day. This date is celebrated by many tradespeople, and St. Sava is also…

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Ivo Andrić mural

How did Ivo Andrić end up in Cuba?

Portrait of a Serbian winner of Nobel Prize, writer Ivo Andrić, has ended up on the wall of the capital city of Cuba. This interesting mural found its place next to the American writer Ernest Hemingway. Andrić and Hemingway side by side. This scene can be seen live on a state wall in Havana, the…

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Brad Pitt and Božidar Nikolić

Brad Pitt’s career started in Serbia

When Serbian director Božidar Nikolić chose him at a casting in an American company 28 years ago, nobody knew about him. Today, there is almost no person who hasn’t heard about this handsome Hollywood actor. This is how Brad Pitt’s career had started. In 1988, Brad Pitt was at the beginning of his career, and…

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