Church of Saint Sava, Belgrade
Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade
Warrior on Camel Statue, Museum of Yugoslav History
Museum of Yugoslav History
Street life in Belgrade City Center
Remains of NATO bombing in Belgrade
Velika Remeta Monastery, Fruska Gora
Mokra Gora Church, Serbia
Steam Locomotive, Šargan Eight, Mokra Gora
Mokra Gora Railway Station
Restaurant Carriage, Šargan Eight
Hotel Zlatibor, Uzice
A Room at Zlatibor Hotel
Inside Zlatibor Hotel
Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Novi Pazar
Inside Church of St. Peter, Novi Pazar
Fresco Inside Church of St. Peter, Serbia
Gravestone outside Church of St. Peter, Serbia
Saint George Catholic church, Petrovaradin
Old Tomb, Vojvodina, Serbia
Sopoćani Monastery, Serbia
Museum of Beekeeping and Wine Cellar Zivanovic
Sremski Karlovci, Serbia
Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St Nicholas
Map of Serbia
Graffiti in Nis, Serbia
Graffiti, Nis, Serbia
Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, Nis, Serbia
Concentration Cell, Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp
Inside Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp
River Nisana, Nis, Serbia
Water Fountain, Nis, Serbia
Skull Tower, Nis, Serbia
Three Fists Monument, Nis, Serbia
Stairs Hotel Vrbak, Novi Pazar
Hotel Vrbak, Novi Pazar, Serbia
Front Desk of Hotel Vrbak, Novi Pazar
Water Fountain Inside Hotel Vrbak
Minaret of Altun-alem Mosque, Novi Pazar
Inside Altun-alem Mosque, Serbia
Church of Saint Sava, BelgradeChurch of Saint Sava in Belgrade is a Serbian Orthodox church, dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox church. The Church of Saint Sava is the largest Christian Orthodox church in the world ranks amongst the ten largest church buildings in the world.
Museum of Yugoslav History, BelgradeThe Museum of Yugoslav History was founded in 1996 and was previously named the "Museum of May 25th" and "Museum of the Revolution". The Museum of Yugoslav History complex comprises three buildings; "Museum of May 25th", "Old Museum" and "House of Flowers". The museum illustrates the history of Yugoslavia throughout the 20th century and has a collection of about 200,000 items.
Warrior on Camel Statue, Museum of Yugoslav HistoryThis statue on display in Museum of Yugoslav History was given to the Yugoslav president, Tito, by King Hussein of Jordan in 1979. The Warrior on Camel Statue was made in Kuwait during the second half of the 20th century.
Museum of Yugoslav HistoryA few of the 200,000 items on display in the Museum of Yugoslav History.
BelgradeThis picture is taken facing from the Museum of Yugoslav History towards Belgrade city center.
Street life in Belgrade City CenterThe every day street life in Belgrade is nice and welcoming for tourists. We found this fine lady at the pedestrian street in the city center, knitting a table cloth to sell to tourists.
Remains of NATO bombing in BelgradeIn Belgrade, there are still remains of the NATO bombing during the Kosovo war in 1999. Some of the houses have been left as a reminder of this horrific time in Serbian history.
Belgrade FortressBelgrade Fortress is located on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube. It is the oldest section of the urban area of Belgrade and the history of Belgrade is tightly connected to the history of Belgrade until recent times. Belgrade Fortress is one of the main tourist attractions in Belgrade.
Velika Remeta Monastery, Fruska GoraThe Velika Remeta Monastery is located on the Fruska Gora mountain in Vojvodina province in northern Serbia. In 1990 the Republic of Serbia declared the Velika Remeta Monastery a "Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance".
Mokra Gora Church, SerbiaAn old wooden church in Mokra Gora, Serbia. Mokra Gora is a town located on the northern slopes of mountain Zlatibor in Serbia.
Steam Locomotive, Šargan Eight, Mokra GoraAn old Steam Locomotive in Mokra Gora, Serbia. The Steam Locomotive is a part of the unique narrow gauge railway, Šargan Eight. The railway tracks look like the number 8 from above, hence the name, Šargan Eight.
Mokra Gora Railway StationThe Mokra Gora Railway Station is the starting point of the famous Šargan Eight narrow gauge railway. Mokra Gora is a popular tourist attraction, thanks to the reconstruction of this unique railway.
Restaurant Carriage, Šargan EightA restaurant carriage on the Šargan Eight railway resting at Mokra Gora station.
Šargan EightThe reconstruction of the narrow gauge railway named Šargan Eight has made Mokra Gora a popular tourist center. The Šargan Eight railway is unique in the world and as seen from above, the tracks look like the number 8.
Hotel Zlatibor, UziceHotel Zlatibor is a state operated hotel in Uzice, Serbia. It is the largest hotel in Uzice with 148 rooms. As the architecture shows, the hotel was built during the communist regime in Serbia.
A Room at Zlatibor HotelStaying at Hotel Zlatibor is a unique experience that brings you back in time to the Yugoslavian communist regime. The room interior of the hotel still remains much the same as it did during it's blooming era.
Inside Zlatibor HotelThe retro interior of Hotel Zlatibor is fantastic. The hotel is getting a bit old and would benefit from some maintenance but due to this you can still feel the spirits of the communist era.
Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Novi PazarThe Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Ras is a Serbian Orthodox church close to Novi Pazar, Serbia. It was founded in the 4th century and is the oldest intact church in Serbia. The Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List as part of the Stari Ras complex.
Inside Church of St. Peter, Novi PazarInside the famous Church of St. Peter in Novi Pazar, Serbia.
Fresco Inside Church of St. Peter, SerbiaThis fresco is located inside the Church of St. Peter, Novi Pazar, Serbia. The frescoes inside the church date back to the 10th century while some of the frescoes were repainted in the 13th century.
Gravestone outside Church of St. Peter, SerbiaOne of the many old gravestones located outside the Church of St. Peter in Novi Pazar, Serbia.
Petrovaradin FortressPetrovaradin Fortress is located on the right bank of the Danube river in Novi Sad, Serbia. The fortress is a major tourist attraction for the area and is famous for it's 16 km of underground tunnels.
Saint George Catholic church, PetrovaradinThe Saint George Catholic church is located below the famous Petrovaradin Fortress. This is a one of few Catholic churches in Serbia.
Old Tomb, Vojvodina, SerbiaAn old beautiful tomb outside a church in Vojvodina, Serbia.
Sopoćani Monastery, SerbiaThe Sopocani Monastery was completed in 1265 and is one of the most important monasteries in Serbia. By experts, the frescoes inside Sopocani Monastery are considered the most beautiful ones of the medieval period in Serbia. Due to Ottoman raids, the monastery was abandoned in the 17th century for more than 200 years and the monastery slowly decayed. It was restored in the 20th century and the frescoes still shine with brilliant beauty. In 1979 the Sopocani Monastery was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Museum of Beekeeping and Wine Cellar ZivanovicOak barrels in the Museum of Beekeeping and Wine Cellar Zivanovic, Sremski Karlovci. This small winery has a museum of Beekeeping and has also got a great wine cellar as well as wine tasting.
Sremski Karlovci, SerbiaStreet view from downtown Sremski Karlovci, Serbia.
Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St NicholasThe altar of the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St Nicholas in Sremski Karlovci, Serbia.
Map of SerbiaThis map of Serbia is located in Nis. What I find interesting is the fact it shows Kosovo as a part of Serbia. Even though Kosovo has declared independence, the Serbian government does not recognize it and still considers Kosovo a province of Serbia.
Graffiti in Nis, SerbiaOil tank and a wall with graffiti in Nis, Serbia.
Graffiti, Nis, SerbiaA wall with graffiti art located in Nis, Serbia.
Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, Nis, SerbiaThe garden and tower at the Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, This place is worth the visit. The atmosphere is impressive and it gives you a feel for the oppressive conditions for the thousands of people held there.
Concentration Cell, Red Cross Nazi Concentration CampThe Concentration Cells are located on the 3rd floor of the Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp in Nis, Serbia. You can even enter each of them and get a deeper feel of the suffering that took place there.
Inside Red Cross Nazi Concentration CampInside the Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp in Serbia. Carvings on the stone made by prisoners with their name and addresses can be still be seen.
River Nisana, Nis, SerbiaNis has been considered a gateway between the East and the West since ancient times. Nis is situated on the banks of River Nisana and is one of the oldest cities in Serbia and Europe.
Water Fountain, Nis, SerbiaA popular water fountain in downtown Nis, Serbia
Skull Tower, Nis, SerbiaA detail from one of the walls of the Skull Tower. The Skull Tower was built in 1809 following a battle between Serbian revolutionaries and Turks in Nis, Serbia. After the Serbians were defeated, a 10 foot high tower containing 952 skulls was made by the Turks. Today, 54 skulls remain in the walls of the Skull Tower.
Three Fists Monument, Nis, SerbiaThe Three Fists Monument in Nis, Serbia is composed of three obelisks built of concrete that are meant to symbolize raised hands with clenched fists.
Stairs Hotel Vrbak, Novi PazarThese stairs are located on one of the corners of Hotel Vrbak in Novi Pazar. They are probably not used anymore.
Hotel Vrbak, Novi Pazar, SerbiaThe Vrbak Hotel in Novi Pazar is one of the state operated hotels in Serbia. The design of the hotel is quite unique and special.
Front Desk of Hotel Vrbak, Novi PazarThe front desk of Novi Pazar based Hotel Vrbak.
Water Fountain Inside Hotel VrbakThe design of Hotel Vrbak is unique. This water fountain is located on the first floor of the hotel.
Minaret of Altun-alem Mosque, Novi PazarThe Minaret tower of the Altun-alem Mosque in Novi Pazar, Serbia.
Inside Altun-alem Mosque, SerbiaSunlight shining on holy books in the window of the Altun-alem Mosque in Novi Pazar, Serbia.
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