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Mount Golija, the Incredible Forest Empire

Lush pastures, hidden springs of pure mountain water and versatile plant and animal kingdoms, characterize this mountain with a harsh climate and vast ranges. The view from its peaks offers amazing experience, but untainted nature gives even more surprises at every turn. Golija proudly rises among the peaks of The Old Vlach Mountains of southwestern…

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TOP 5 Destinations to Visit in August

Five destinations, affordable prices, beautiful nature, rich cultural heritage, interesting accommodation and great time await you. The only thing you need to do is to put a smile on your face and spend an unforgettable August in Serbia! TOP 1 Destination: Zlatar Lake Have you decided to see what kind of an artist nature could…

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Five reasons why you must visit Serbia in July

Experience irresistible sounds of the best music, allow yourself to be carried by restless waves of Serbian rivers or enjoy the smell of just-mowed grass and traditional cuisine… July in Serbia is a month of festive entertainment, art and excellent events, which you simply must not miss. We chose the five most interesting for you!…

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Serbia’s Climate Resorts

A great number of thermo-mineral springs, medicinal mud and gas are characteristic for many Serbian spa resorts. However, what is it that makes climate health resorts different, and why is it a good idea to visit these healing places in particular? Located in a naturally clean environment, where the air has an especially beneficial effect…

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Era-style humor as a guardian of the Serbian identity

Zlatibor is widely known as an urban mountain, a place where you can rest and relax, go skiing or just have a good time. Many people have heard about Zlatibor because of the delicious homemade kajmak, prsuta and „komplet lepinja“. But, how many people are familiar with the unusual type of humor, which is very…

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Bagpipe playing

Despite the fact that there are only a dozen keepers of this ancient tradition (bagpipers) left in Serbia, bagpipes still live on. Melancholic sounds evoke the images of times long gone and take us back to the time when shepards were singing, dancing and making handcrafted instruments, while the sheep were grazing on green pastures.…

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City Songs from Vranje

Recognizable by sevdah (yearning) and merak (enjoyment) tunes, these songs are emotionally charged and their lyrics are easy to remember, they are the symbol of Vranje and the famous music from this region. For years sorrowful, quiet and calm verses have been describing lives, customs and loves both fulfilled and unfortunate and they evoke even…

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The Church of St. Micheal the Archangel in Belgrade

Between the roofs of the old part of the city, as a centuries old guardian and a sign that you are approaching the city that lies on a confluence of The Danube and The Sava rivers, stands the belfry of The Church of St. Micheal the Archangel. It is a symbol of great sufferings, victories,…

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Karađorđeva Steak – The Invention of a Great Serbian Chef

Back in 1956 when the most famous Serbian chef Milovan Stojanović spontaneously made the first “Karađorđeva Steak”, no one knew the future that awaited this dish. Half a century later “Karađorđeva Steak”, colloquially referred to as the maidens’ dream, is one of the most famous dishes of Serbian cuisine and it is on a menu of almost…

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Dositej Obradović, the first minister of education in Serbia

An uneducated boy with great ambition, who later in his life became a monk, only to finally establish himself as the first minister of education in Serbia. He was also a reformist and a teacher, before he became a minister. His path to becoming an educated man was long and exhausting, but his desire to…

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Novi Pazar – an Unusual Combination of Eastern and Western Culture

The city of merchants, turbulent history, the oldest sacral Christian monument in this region, famous kebab and mantije. The cultural center of Sandzak district has many narrow streets and numerous shops and mosques, this is the place where oriental and western influence intertwine, creating a unique style which made Novi Pazar recognizable. This multiethnic city…

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I LOVE MY CANDY, the sweetest weekend in Belgrade

Thousands of types of specialties and homemade cookies await you at Belgrade’s largest open-air festival of sweets, desserts and drinks, which will be held from 24-26 April in front of the Delta City Shopping Center. In addition to enjoying the delicious desserts, visitors can expect exciting competitions between the best pastry chefs, as well as…

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