Republic of Serbia Favorites

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  • Centre

    Novi Sad Favorites

    Take an evening stroll down Zmaj Jovina street, which is a pedestrian area downtown between the City Hall and the Orthodox Church administrative building. This is a wide street full of caf?s, stores, kiosks and street vendors. As the weather gets warmer, the street gets fuller and fuller and the cafés outdoor seating areas remain packed until late...

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  • Danube & bridges

    Novi Sad Favorites

    Freedom Bridge is a bridge on the Danube river in Novi Sad, Serbia. The bridge was built in 1981 and destroyed during NATO bombardment on April 4, 1999. It was rebuilt in 2005 and reopened on October 7, same year. THE TOTAL LENGTH of the Sloboda (Freedom) Bridge is 1,312 m and its width is 27.68 m. On the bridge there are 6 carriageways, two...

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  • Parks

    Novi Sad Favorites

    When the spring comes, Novi Sad community takes care of the town so well, they plant the most beautiful flowers all over the town, including the train station, which is no place for sight seeing and relax for sure. It's incredible how refreshing the flowers can be - they break the monotony of concrete and bring colour and vividity to grey streets.

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  • Detelinara

    Novi Sad Favorites

    Novi Sad is a city of fairs. There are numerous traditional international fairs taking place in Novi Sad. Novi sad Fair is an complex with 223,800 m2 on which there are 52,000 m2 in exhibition/business facilities, some 100,000 m2 of outdoor covered and uncovered exhibition space, and remaining in green areas. The greatest exhibition on Novi Sad...

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  • Kosovo new Visa regime from 1 of January

    Just to let you know that the Kosovo governmant, such it is, is implimenting new visa regime for the entrance in the breakaway province of Kosovo and Metohija starting from January first 2013.87 countries are on their List of Visa requiraments among them are Russia, China, India to name few. The EU countries like Spain, Slovakia, Greece, Romania...

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  • BELGRADE

    Belgrade is the capitol city of Serbia.Everyone who comes in this city said that people is very nice,nightlife is very good,local food is great.In Belgrade you can see a very old buildings like is Kalemegdan.This city have a two river and lots of clubs on them. Everyone is welcome in this city.

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  • The rivers in Serbia

    Serbia is landlocked, but has navigable waterways on the rivers of Danube, Sava, Tisza, connecting the country with the Black Sea.

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  • The Serbian landscape

    The Serbian landscape is flat compared with Bosnia. The roads are fast and goes straight through farmland.

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  • The Serbian border

    When you arrive Serbia with bus, the border police will enter the bus and check all passports and make a stamp. The photos are from the Bosnian (Republika Srpska) - Serbian border.

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  • Money ...dinars

    Those are Dinars , Serbian valute . You should excahange money in official exchange offices , banks , post offices . Not on the street or in stores * 1 euro = 95 dinars on 13.04.2009.

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  • Monastery to visit in Zlatibor

    Hi, if you pass by, take a look at the Krusedol monastery, it may be of interest to you. Very nice paintings in the interior. Is is situated en Zlatibor region. If you want to take a look at the interior http://www.fototravel.net/gallery/Serbia/image/49/Hope you like it. Good weekend Romantic restaurants on the Danube by night.

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  • Films on Kosovo and Metohija now in...

    The documentary films and video-recordings from the south Serbian province found on Films on Kosovo -portal (http://uk.youtube.com/serbia4kosovo) . This internet site have been filmed by directors who over the previous eight years have actively followed the condition and position of Serbs and other non-ethnic Albanian communities in...

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  • more info..

    ♦Currency: in Serbia DINAR, in Montenegro EURO. 1 EURO = 77 RSD (DINARS) 30. September 2008 ♦Time zone : GMT +1 :00 (CET) ♦Phone code for Yugoslavia is +381 ♦Outgoing international code is 00 ♦Important phone numbers: Police phone number 92 Phone number for medical emergency is 94Fire department 93

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  • Tourism portal

    All kind of travel tips, places to see and on-line reservations one can find from tourism portal address: http://www.visitserbia.org/ Personally my best memories are from Novi Sad during Exit rock festivals. The event takes place in old fortress and daytime it was nice to have beach live on the Donau river.I visit normally 2-4 times per year in...

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  • republic of serbia

    hi. trust me you have to register. im born there. and my family is there but im living in Israel, and im coming with israeli paspport and i had to register for every time. even for one day. its important, and do it so you will not have problems on border, when you will be leaving. never mind if you will be in banja luka or somewhere else. you have...

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  • Phone ...

    You can buy phone cards in every news stand or post office . Outgoing international code is 00

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  • Info

    Yugoslavia is a country situated on Southeastern Europe, on Balkan Peninsula.Capital of state is Belgrade(Beograd) It has two republic Serbia and Montenegro (Srbija i Crna Gora)♦Flag: three equal horizontal bands , from the top :blue, white and red with the coat of arms in next tip. ♦Total area is 102,350 sq km ♦Population: around...

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  • All in all ...

    If you travel through Serbia you can see all kinds of things: rich fertile plains, ancient mountains and hills, beautiful rivers...

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  • Consular affairs

    ♦Information on consular affairs you can find here :www.mfa.gov.yu/Consularaffairs.htmhttp://users.bart.nl/~yuambanl/index.htm Regime relating to the entry into FR Yugoslavia during the tourist season At its session on 29 May 2003, the Council of Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro brought the Decision on the Abolishment of the Visas for the...

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  • Notice

    On February the 4 th 2003, after 85 years of existing Yugoslavia is not on the worlds map any more . It is now called Serbia and Montenegro ( Srbija i Crna Gora). It was not very happy country for its inhabitants, maybe with the new name the better time will come too ...Upssss Serbia now... New shorts for Serbia RS and SRB

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  • NORTH BACKA DISTRICT

    The North Backa District expands in the north of the Republic. It encompasses the municipalities of: Subotica, Backa Topola and Mali Idjos. It has a population of 205,401. Seat of the District is in the city of Subotica. District Seat Address24000 Subotica1 Lazara Nesica SquareTelephone/Fax: +381.(0)24.25.361; 53 272

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  • Cows

    But, the most popular animal to breed and keep is the cow. Absolutely everyone has at least one cow. Milk and dairy products are country's specialty.

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  • Ancient Roman ruins and relicts

    Since the territory once belonged to Roman Empire, there are meny testimonials of that epoca in the country. Even couple of Roman emperors came from these areas, like Justinijan for example.The territory of present day Serbia was under the ROMAN EMPIRE for six centuries. During that time the towns of Sirmium, Singidunum, Viminacium, Nais, Ulpiana...

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  • Autumn on Mlava

    Beautiful autumn colours of the Eastern Serbia, from the Mlava river. Mlava region and Homolje is one of the most beautiful Serbian regions, go there any time of the year and you'll enjoy beautiful landscapes and real ethno atmosphere.

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  • Brvnara (wooden cottage)

    There are many old wooden houses like this, they are very typical, especially in the mountain area. Wooden cottages called KATUN are typical for high mountains where people take cattle to feed, and they are mostly summertime residences.

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  • Villages

    Most of the villages are scattered around the hills and mountains. Serbia is a very rural area, like Montenegro, with wild nature, lots of cattle (espeially sheep and cows), shepherds, traditional lifestyle in villages...

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  • Belgrade is well centred in Balkans...

    In my opinion the best of Serbia-Montenegro is really out from Belgrade. Anyway, this city with a very good geographic location (just in the centre of Balkans region, and is well connected by train, with the most of the countries on the southeast of Europe. So it’s easy you visit Belgrade, in case you are travelling in Balkans.See the connections...

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  • National Tourism Organization of Serbia...

    National Tourism Organization of Serbia (NTOS) was founded in 1994 by the Government of Serbia, according to the Law on Tourism. Its main activities are development, advancement and promotion of Serbian tourism product both on domestic and international market. The main goals of NTOS tourism promotion on the international tourism market are:...

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  • NTOS and JAT Airways Tourist Info...

    Amsterdam / NetherlandsJan Luykenstraat 12 1071 CM Amsterdam Tel: 99 31 20/662 7759, 675 1411, 671 4144 Fax: 99 31 20/673 7446 Athens / GreeceVoucourestiou 4, 10654 Athens Tel: 99 30 1/322 8067, 322 6372, 327 6492, 322 3675, 323 6492 Fax: 99 30 1/322 6653 E-mail: JAT-Athens@otenet.gr Berlin / Germany Kurfuerstenstr. 126/II, 10785 Berlin, room 414...

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  • Saint Sava

    Sava was born in 1169. He was the son of Stefan Nemanja the Grand Zupan of the Serbs. As a young man, Sava yearned for the spiritual life for which he fled to the Holy Mountain Athos where he was tonsured a monk and with rare zeal lived according to the ascetical rule. Stefan Nemanja followed the example of his son and came to the Holy Mountain...

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  • Orhodoxy

    Orthodox church is the oldest Christian church. After Catholic Church separated from it in 1054 (and after Protestants from Catholics), and after Turks occupied most of Orthodox countries, Orthodox Church was organized depended of historical moment. Churches have Patriarch or Archbishop depending of the way they were re-established, during or after...

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  • NEWS on Serbia

    Description:Folow the link belov to see Serbia NEWS.This is the link to official site of serbian Govenment.You can find there : NEWS, FATCS etc about Serbia.Website:http://www.serbia.sr.gov.yu/news/

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  • Novi Sad

    Novi Sad is the capital of northern Serbia called Vojvodina. It is the second biggest town in Serbia. About it's beauty you can read in my Novi Sad page

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  • Beograd - Belgrade

    This is capital of Serbia and Montenegro, the most beautiful city of all, my Belgrade. I am not going to say much about it, because you can read more on my Belgrade page.

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  • St. George Church

    This is inside St. George church on Oplenac a hill upon Topola town. It is a part of Karadjordjevic dinasty estate and it's opend for visitors. Almost all Karadjordjevic dinasty is burried ther. Hundreds of kg's of gold were used for deoration of this church....

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  • White Angel

    This a part of a fresko composition in Mileseva monastary, the famous White Angel. It is under UNESCO protection.

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  • Monastaries

    Religion palyed a great part in Serbian history. It is what kept my people alive during the period under Turkey rulership. It is where the roots of serbian arts are and serbian architecture.Mileseva is one of the most valuable and the famous White Angel fresko is.

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  • Kopaonik

    This is the most popular skii resort in Serbia. It has nice ski traks, one for night skiing and very vivid night life. Many people celebrate New Year's Eve ther and it's a great party there.

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  • Zlatibor

    As I have said, Serbia has to offer mountains and skii resorts also. Zlatibor is also perfect for coutryside tourism.It is as popular in the summer as it is in the winter season.

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  • Palic

    Village Palic is on the bank of lake Palic and the nearest town is Subotica, just some 10km's away. Palic lake is very nice and popular spot, and has been that way for over hundred years. This is a place where you can have great rest, and yet if you like crowd it's the place to be. Palic becomes very sweet and vivid during 1st May hollidays. There...

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  • Subotica

    Subotica is a town near hungarian border and it's architecture was greatly influenced by austrian. The reason for that is that Subotica has been under Austrian "foot' for centuries. It is very beautiful and colorful.

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  • Kragujevac

    Kragujevac is a small town in the heart of Serbia, in Sumadija (suma=forest). Sumadija is beautiful in it's hills and green surroundings and you could say that Kragujevac is a jewl in this gorgeus scenery.The first serbian classical gymnasium was built in here sometime during the XIX cetury, and it still is working. Today, Kragujevac is an...

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  • Who want to be a BILLIONAIRE ?

    Some ( hmmm, best ?! ) memories from 1993.500 BILLION DINAR NOTE !!!Strange times, bunches of money in pockets, bags... Tons of paper...Hey, 500 BILLIONS, THAT WAS SOMETHING !!!

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  • Who want to be a BILLIONAIRE ?

    Some ( hmmm, best ?! ) memories from 1993.50 billion dinar note !Strange times, bunches of money in pockets, bags... Tons of paper...

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  • Who want to be a BILLIONAIRE ?

    Some ( hmmm, best ?! ) memories from 1993.5 billion dinar note !Strange times, bunches of money in pockets, bags... Tons of paper...

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