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Ružica Church on the lower level of the #Belgrade Fort. is one of its most unusual locations: http://bit.ly/1wF3YNM  pic.twitter.com/PuQ35vMRtN

Ružica Church on the lower level of the #Belgrade Fort. is one of its most unusual locations: http://bit.ly/1wF3YNM pic.twitter.com/PuQ35vMRtN

Horses in the Kopaonik Mountains, Serbia. Kopaonik is one of the larger mountain ranges of Serbia. It is located in the central part of Serbia, while a small portion extends to North Kosovo. Its highest point, Pančić's Peak, is 6,617 ft above sea level.

Horses in the Kopaonik Mountains, Serbia. Kopaonik is one of the larger mountain ranges of Serbia. It is located in the central part of Serbia, while a small portion extends to North Kosovo. Its highest point, Pančić's Peak, is 6,617 ft above sea level.

Saint Petka's (Paraskeva) Chapel, Belgrade, Serbia. The church was built on top of a spring that is believed to be miraculous. It was completed on St Petka’s Day (also known as Paraskeva) and the spring waters are believed to be beneficial to women. When the foundations were being dug, numerous bones were found belonging to Serbian soldiers who had perished in the defense of Belgrade in 1914-1915, which were transferred to a specially-built ossuary in the walls beneath Jakšić’s Tower.

Saint Petka's (Paraskeva) Chapel, Belgrade, Serbia. The church was built on top of a spring that is believed to be miraculous. It was completed on St Petka’s Day (also known as Paraskeva) and the spring waters are believed to be beneficial to women. When the foundations were being dug, numerous bones were found belonging to Serbian soldiers who had perished in the defense of Belgrade in 1914-1915, which were transferred to a specially-built ossuary in the walls beneath Jakšić’s Tower.

Ornate building on Kralja Milana Street, Belgrade, Serbia #travel #historical

Ornate building on Kralja Milana Street, Belgrade, Serbia #travel #historical

Belgrade in 1937, Terazije in the city centre, Serbia

Belgrade in 1937, Terazije in the city centre, Serbia

Novi Sad: "Capital of Vojvodina and, with a population of more than a quarter of a million, Serbia’s second-largest city, Novi Sad is a relatively prosperous, commercial, industrial and university town on the north shore of the Danube in the Bačka region of the province." Serbia: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

Novi Sad: "Capital of Vojvodina and, with a population of more than a quarter of a million, Serbia’s second-largest city, Novi Sad is a relatively prosperous, commercial, industrial and university town on the north shore of the Danube in the Bačka region of the province." Serbia: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

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