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Maglic Fortress and Mountain Stolovi

Exploring Maglic Fortress, a medieval adventure through the heart of Serbia In the core of focal Serbia, there lie the neglected remains of an archaic post, sitting desolate on the lofty slopes and canvassed in the fog of secret and old legend. Maglic Fortress close to Kraljevo looks as interesting as it sounds. From the […]

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Monument to Serbian soldier and Memorial Park 14th of October  

Monument to Serbian soldier The landmark is committed to officials and troopers who passed on in the Balkan Wars and the First World War. The Monument and Memorial Ossuary to the Defenders of Belgrade 1914-1918 at Novo Groblje in Belgrade filled in as the motivation for the development in 1934. It very well may be […]

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Medicament cialis 20mg prix Effet du tadalafil sur la dysfonction érectile dans l’insuffisance artérielle, échoué le cœur également le diabète 2 et l’hypertension. Les hommes peuvent avoir du mal à avoir une érection à des âges plus jeunes et plus âgés, mais les inhibiteurs chez les patients prix du levitra en pharmacie les niveaux de […]

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Vrnjacka Banja

In the moving slopes of Central Serbia sits the pure spa town of Vrnjacka Banja, agreeably adjusted in its delightful regular encompassing. We buy houses in Cherry Hill, NJ but we wouldn’t mind a residence in this picturesque part of Serbia. Come to absorb waters that have been known for their healing properties since Roman […]

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World War II and the shooting in Kraljevo: Not to be forgotten – Bloody October 1941.

In October 1941, the German occupation authorities committed mass shootings near Loznica, Kraljevo, and Kragujevac. Historian and acting director of the Museum of Genocide Victims, Dejan Ristic, told that this was the message of the occupiers that he would not tolerate any resistance, to say they needed to be admitted to Malvern rehab would be […]

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The Ibar River

The Ibar waterway is one of the most beautiful rivers in Serbia. It starts in the Hajla mountain, in Rožaje, eastern Montenegro, and after 276 km it streams into the West Morava waterway, close to Kraljevo, Central Serbia. The Ibar begins from six springs on the Hajla mountain in eastern Montenegro. It streams commonly north-east, […]

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SOS Children’s Villages – Kraljevo

SOS Children’s Villages has been working in Serbia since the 1970s (when the nation was still essential for previous Yugoslavia). Our work started close to the northern town of Novi Sad, and in 2003 the association started working in focal Serbia, close to Kraljevo. On their site, you can find all the necessary information. It […]

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Kraljevo, the city of seven kings

Kraljevo, a city wherein seven Serbian archaic rulers were delegated, is currently where one can bounce in a hand-made vessel and join “The Merry Race” down the Ibar waterway. Kraljevo, known as “the core of Šumadija“, is the city on three streams, encircled by five mountains and two spas. The largest IT construction services San […]

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Žiča, Serbian Orthodox Monastery

The historical backdrop of the Žiča Monastery in Serbia is basically the narrative of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The amazing cloister is a public image and a spot we frequently talk about, however, which leaves guests stunned. This genuine Orthodox safe-haven stays an image of 800 years of motivation and confidence for the Serbian public, […]

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Valley of the kings

The Ibar gorge, the Valley of the Serbian Kings, the Valley of Centuries, the Lilac Valley, or just, the Ibar Valley is certainly not conventional nor is Ibar a common waterway. Ibar is one of those holy streams that address the image of individuals living there who, around it, make their organic space as the […]

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