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Belgrade and Zagreb

Belgrade and Zagreb

Zagreb and Belgrade, rivals cities, have always been fascinated by its similarities and differences. They are quite different but at the same time there are some things they have in common: If you’ve ever been on the King Tomislav Square in Zagreb and on the St. Sava Square in Belgrade certainly you have noticed that in a total same...

Belgrade and Zagreb
The highest minaret in the Balkans

The highest minaret in the Balkans

The most famous Minaret in Mosque Hussein-Pasha Boljanic is 42m high and is the highest in the Balkan. It keeps one of the most beautiful Quran copies in the world....

The highest minaret in the Balkans
Djavolja varos “Devil’s town”

Djavolja varos “Devil’s town”

Devil’s town is one of the serious candidates for the New7Wonders of nature! In the world it is rarely phenomenon clay figure that over time, are constantly changing its shape felling down and growing again. With this phenomenon are related to many people and most famous legends is that of “petrified wedding” that Gods turn them...

Djavolja varos “Devil’s town”
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Vrsac vineyards, cellars “Y”

22.05.2010

Vrsac vineyards, cellars “Y”

Vrsac vineyards cellar is architectural attraction, and one of the wine symbols of Serbia and Vojvodina. Basic foundation was made in a shape of letter “Y” (y) the initial letter or label for the former federal state of Yugoslavia. It is... Vrsac vineyards, cellars “Y”

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Bulgarian song in the Universe

22.05.2010

Bulgarian song in the Universe

Space probe Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 are launched into the Universe beyond the solar system, carrying plates with some information of the Earth. On plates there are important scientific data, as well as some selected musical recordings. In the... Bulgarian song in the Universe

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