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The St Sava Church in Belgrade which is nearing completion having been started back in 1894 and is the third largest Orthodox building in the world. Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Cycling in Fruska Gora National Park Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Rose Church of Our Lady in the lower part of The Kalemagdan Fortress in Belgrade which has some important trench art. Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Traditional dancing at beautiful Stremski Karlovci Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Fortress in Nis, Serbia's third largest city which enjoys a rich Roman heritage Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Cycling along The Danube in Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Kneza Mihaila the main pedestrian Street in Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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A traditional restaurant in Belgrade's Skadarlija Street Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Manasija Monastery Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Kalemagdan Fortress taken from New Belgrade with the Sava River in the foreground. Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Lepenski Vir as seen from The Danube Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The famous mosaics at The Manasija Monastery Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The National Gallery Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The main gates at Belgrade's impressive Kalemegdan Fortress Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The Lepenski Vir settlement in Djerdap National Park home to Europe's oldest Mesolithic sculptures dating from 5350BC Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Yachts sailing on The Danube in Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The National Theatre in Belgrade Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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One of the many Monasteries to be visited in rural Serbia Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The extensive Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad with 16 km's of underground tunnels is a joy to discover at anytime of the year and is home to EXIT ones of Europe's biggest music festivals in early July Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Reaping the fields in rural Serbia Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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Main Square in Novi Sad Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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The impressive Golubac Fortress at the start of Djerdap National Park and the 'Iron Gates' Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel

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A sausage seller in Turija Credit: Dragan Bosnic and www.serbia.travel




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