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Djavolja town- Serbia

Serbia – Toplica, Đavolja varoš (September 2012) Đavolja varoš is located in the south of Serbia in the Toplica district. This phenomenon is very rare in the world and in Europe it is found in a few other places, but Đavolja is a town of the largest dimensions and therefore the most representative. In addition...
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Monastery Novo Hopovo- Serbia

Serbia – Fruška gora, Novo Hopovo monastery. The monastery is dedicated to the transfer of the relics of St. Nicholas. Novo Hopovo is an important cultural center and the seat of the bishop since its founding at the beginning of the 16th century. Transfer of the relics of St. Theodore Tyrone was killed in 1555....
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Viminacijum- Serbia

Serbia – archeological site Viminacium (July 2018) Today an archeological site and once the capital of the Roman province of Upper Moesia. The city existed from the 1st to the 7th century AD. During the reign of Emperor Hadrian, the city received the status of Municupium, and during the reign of Gordian III. It rose...
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Golubac fortress- Serbia

Serbia – Golubac Fortress from another angle (June 2019) Guardian of Djerdap as many call it, Golubac Fortress is one of the most beautiful medieval fortresses in Serbia. The fortress was built on the remains of a Roman fortification which had the same purpose as the Golubac fortress to control the movement along the Danube...
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Gamzigrad- Serbia

Serbia – Gamzigrad, imperial residence of Felix Romuliana (July 2018) The archeological site of Felix Romuliana, also known in literature as Gamzigrad, is located in eastern Serbia, 11 km from the town of Zajecar. The late antique palace was built at the end of the 3rd and the beginning of the 4th century for the...
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Monastery Rakovica- Belgrade

Serbia – Belgrade, Rakovica Monastery (July 2020) Only 10 km south of the center of Belgrade, hidden between the hills, is the Rakovica Monastery. Today’s monastery of Rakovica is first mentioned in written sources in the 16th century, at this location where it was moved most probably for security reasons. In the central part of...
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