One amazing and beautiful Balkan country
Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan, Serbia / Photo source: Yuya Matsuo (@EseJapan)
Capital city Belgrade, Serbia / Photo source: 1zoom.me
Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad / Photo source: 1zoom.me
Novi Sad , Serbia / Photo source: Aleksandar Milutinović Photography
Soul Food Serbia
"The best way to get to know Serbia is through food"
Serbian law bans production and import of genetically modified food (GMO) so in Serbia you realy can enjoy BIO food, great local meet, vegetables and fruits.
Nature in Serbia - The Danube river
The Danube is the most important European river.
Classified as an international waterway, it originates in the town of Donaueschingen in Germany, The Danube then flows southeast for about 2,730 km (1,700 mi), passing through Austria, Slovakia, Serbia ( Along its 588 km course through Serbia) before emptying into the Black Sea via the Danube Delta in Romania and Ukraine.
ACTIVITIES IN SERBIA
Wine in Serbia
One unusual tourist attraction is the original wine
cellars in the villages of the Negotin area.
The wines here are made from rare old native varieties of grapes, such as Muscat, using a combination of traditional methods and modern technology.
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Monasteries in Serbia
If you're looking for the spiritual heart of Serbia, it is found in its monasteries.
Monastery Studenica, on UNESCO World Heritage List is the most impressive monastery in the entire nation. Founded in the 12th century.
Monastery Žiča, built by St. Sava, along with the the imaginatively named Stefan the First-Crowned (the first King of Serbia).
Visoki Dečani, founded in the 14th century, located in Kosovo.
Mileševa Monastery, 13th century. The very first video transmission between North America and Europe that took place in 1963 featured “the White Angel” fresco from the Mileševa monastery in Serbia.
Gračanica, also located in Kosovo. Đurđevi Stupovi, located a short drive from city of Novi Pazar. This 12th century house of tranquility is built in a real position of prominence, on the top of a hill not far from the city. 13th-century king Stefan Dragutin is buried here, in this gorgeous juxtaposition of Byzantine and Roman building styles.
Krušedol, located in Fruška Gora mountain.
Sopoćani, stablished in the 13th century. King Uroš I Nemanjić initially ordered it built to provide him with a worthy burial ground, but the complex grew and grew over subsequent generations.