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Who was THE FIRST SERB to Have Travelled the World?

His name was Milorad Rajčević but his business card read only “world traveler”. Because that was precisely who and what he really was! With only 150 dinars of allowance, Milorad managed to travel the whole world. Milorad Rajčević from Leskovac is the first Serb who travelled the world. But this didn’t happen by accident. From a very early age,…

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Serbian People

If you were to select two words that best describe the Serbian people it would have to be temperamental and hospitable. Thanks to those qualities of your hosts, you will always have a great time in Serbia and feel like you’ve never even left home. Serbia is the home to around 40 different nationalities, while each of them made…

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Napoleon’s praise for Karadjordje

Karadjordje Petrović has been and remained to be a symbol of the Serbian fight for its freedom against the occupation from the Turkish reign and oppression. The skills and warfare techniques of Serbian leader were recognized and admired by French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.

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HISTORY SERBIA

The Serbs came to Balkan, along with other South Slavic tribes, in the Great Migrations during the 6th and 7th century, and were first mentioned by the Byzantine Emperor Constantine Porphyrogenitus in the 10th century, when they were settling on the territory of today’s west Serbia, east and central Bosnia and Herzegovina with the Adriatic coast between the river…

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Culture Serbia

Being on the crossroads of Balkan routes, Serbian culture has for centuries preserved the identity and authenticity of Serbia and its people. Positioned on the crossroads of the main Balkan routes, Serbia has inherited a considerable cultural wealth. Among the remains of the tens of centuries old civilizations, there are traces of people who lived in this region 40,000…

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Belgrade

One of the oldest cities in Europe and the only one built on the confluence of two rivers, Belgrade is the city that never sleeps and the symbol of great nightlife. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is known as “the city that never sleeps”. Floating clubs on its rivers have become synonyms for great parties and neverending fun, and…

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360 tons of bombs in a day: 75 yrs since the most devastating Belgrade bombing

It was 1941, April, when the smell of gunpowder, smoke and ashes ruined one of the most beautiful months in Belgrade. The serenity of this spring morning was disrupted by the sounds of German plains and death-dealing projectiles. The streets were resonating with spine-chilling sounds and deafening fear. The most devastating attack in the history of the Serbian capital…

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10 Amazing Serbian Women Who CHANGED THE 20TH CENTURY

Some of them you might have never heard of, others might ring a bell, while a couple of these names have been engraved in our memories. In any case, every single one of these women is more than deserving of our deepest respect. Meet the Serbian women who conquered the academic world, fought wars and came out as winners!

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