The Nutshell times wrote a beautiful blog about the ” plavi voz “, translated as ” the blue train ” which used to be the
Last Sunday it was Christmas Eve (read here all about Serbian Christmas customs and traditions ) and I just want to give you an impression
Serbs celebrate Christmas in real style – and with a variety of old and interesting traditions that were a true revelation to this incomer from
The year 2018 is almost over and I just want to share my nicest & unusual pictures I made here in Serbia during this year.
Here is another year review 2018, this time trough 12 panorama pictures I made. Enjoy watching !
It is almost the end of the year so it is time for the traditional year reviews. I start with an alternative 2018 year review
Today I was at Krušedol monastery which is located near the Fruška Gora National Park, which is more or less halfway between Belgrade and Novi
This iconic day on the calendar of most Serbs is a treat not to be missed –besides offering real insight into Serbian tradition and life. In Serbian Orthodoxy, each family has a patron saint
Friday 14th December 2018 a presentation will be held in the Museum of Rudnik and Takovo Region in Gornji Milanovac (Sinđelićeva 7, Gornji Milanovac 323000) at 19h00 (link). The
Many Serbs still guard the memory of the Battle of Kajmakcalan, in September 1916, which marked a turning point in the country’s history and is