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Vojvodina vagabonding: slow travel in Serbia’s north

Novi Sad is famous for its energetic EXIT Festival, gregarious groggeries and Danube beach parties. But Serbia’s second city is also the capital of Vojvodina, a rustic region of tranquil nature, mellow villages and a laid-back legacy of big-hearted hospitality. Compact and well-linked by good roads, the quirky highlights of Vojvodina offer a slow-travel treat…

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Living in Serbia

9 Ways I Changed Living in Serbia

My decision to spend over a month living in Serbia this summer was completely random. I had no expectations, just a prayer that I would find a cute coffee shop. While it wasn’t without its challenges, Serbia was an absolute delight and I quickly settled into a groove, establishing myself as a local at various businesses…

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36 Hours in Belgrade

Epic night life, thriving cafe culture, hearty meals and emerging, design-conscious industrial districts: Belgrade has a gritty, distinctive appeal. Is Belgrade the next Berlin? A stony gray city with battered trams and gritty charm, the Serbian capital sometimes looks like an Eastern European cousin of the German metropolis. Throw in Belgrade’s cafe scene, low prices,…

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An hour from Belgrade

From the irresistible charm of Belgrade you cannot escape. However, if you get tired of tourist attractions, walking, traffic jams and crazy partying, little get away from the capitol will surely feel good. Serbia.com recommends four great destinations near Belgrade. Enjoy! 1. Vinča Did you know that the most ancient Neolithic civilization of Europe sleeps…

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Coming Home to Belgrade|A Photo Story

We present you a photo story of Tamara Susa, a talented photographer from Belgrade… Biking by Danube, skipping classes to hang out at Kalemegdan fortress, watching the sunset from Gardoš tower, and strolling though Knez Mihailova street in the evenings was part of our daily lives growing up in Belgrade. It wasn’t until I moved away…

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July events in Serbia

10 events in July you shouldn’t miss

Adrenalin, music, partying until morning, good energy, fun and laughter! Get ready for the most fun and memorable moments, because July in Serbia is reserved for all this and more. The variety of events this month offers entertainment for every taste. Choose your own! 1. EXIT (7-10 July) Hundreds of the best local and foreign…

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Vronsky gave his life to Anna Karenina and Serbia

Russian colonel Nikolay Raevsky, who inspired Tolstoy to create the legendary count Vronsky, the lover of Anna Karenina, died defending Serbia from the Turks, near the village of Gornji Adrovac. The end of possibly the greatest love story of all times happened near Serbian village of Gornji Adrovac (eng. Upper Adrovac), where a colonel who…

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Vampire – a Serbian name for evil

The entire world has adopted a Serbian word “vampire” for an evil and immortal mythological creature that drinks human blood and has superhuman powers. Vampire, an immortal creature with superhuman powers, brilliantly played, among others, by Gary Oldman in “Dracula”, a movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola, comes from Serbian language and is generally accepted…

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When Serbian flag flew above the White House

On July 28th 1918, the 4th anniversary of the beginning of World War I, Serbian flag flew above the White House and all public buildings in American capital by the order of President Woodrow Wilson. This unique event, a Serbian flag flying above the White House in Washington, took place over 9 decades ago but remained a…

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Serbia metal melting

Serbia, a place where man discovered metal?

For the first time in history, the early man of Vinča culture melted metal over 5,000 years ago, on the territory of what is today Serbia. This thesis that shook the whole archaeological world was set by Serbian archeologist Miljana Radivojević When we think of early men from the late Stone Age, we usually do not…

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Upward downhill on the Mt. Radan: miracle or exciting optic illusion?

The upward downhill on the Radan mountain, just like all other similar occurrences where water flows upstream and cars with turned off engines are sliding uphill, is not a wonder of nature but just a simple illusions, claim the physicists. But how can our eyes fail us so, that our footsteps start upwards, and yet…

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12 Breathtaking Sunsets Over Serbia

Have you ever wondered what happens when you connect the impressive natural resources, fascinating landscapes which leave you breathless, and golden sunlight? Here’s the answer! Oh, those romantic sunsets … How can you resist? Do not even try! Just let go and enjoy this beautiful scenery of the Serbian nature bathed in the last rays…

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