Serbia – In Pictures… Thanks For Your Help

  • 5th June 2014
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Serbia – In Pictures… Thanks For Your Help

 Roman Ruins of Sirium in Sremska Mitrovica

Roman Ruins of Sirium in Sremska Mitrovica

You know that Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina suffered some of the worst flooding on record in 120 years, but maybe you don’t know that Serbia is a beautiful country with friendly people.

Well, my American friend David Hoffmann, founder of Davidsbeenhere.com, one of the most popular travel guides on the net, was in Serbia last month before the floods. He wrote:

On my recent trip to Serbia, Bosnia Herzegovina I was stunned by its natural beauty and the incredible hospitality of the people! I would encourage anyone who loves history, food and wine to explore the beautiful countries of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. I spent 24 wonderful days exploring them both and getting to know the big cities as well as the countryside, ancient ruins, and the local gastronomy.

Here are some of the great photos of Serbia taken by David Hoffmann:

Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade

Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade

 Belgrade Skyline

Belgrade Skyline

 BBQ Lunch at Comunale Restaurant, Belgrade

BBQ Lunch at Comunale Restaurant, Belgrade

Knez Mihajlova the main pedestrian street in Belgrade

Knez Mihajlova the main pedestrian street in Belgrade

Kalemegdan Fortress Gate in Belgrade

Drinking Rakija with friends

Drinking Rakija with friends

 Trying Burek for the first time

Trying Burek for the first time

The Stunning Golubac Fortress on the Danube River

The Stunning Golubac Fortress on the Danube River

 View of the Danube river from the top of Smederevo Fortress

View of the Danube river from the top of Smederevo Fortress

 Roman Ruins of Sirium in Sremska Mitrovica

Roman Ruins of Sirium in Sremska Mitrovica

Beautiful old town of Knjaževac

Beautiful old town of Knjaževac

 Dining in Leskovac, the BBQ capital of Serbia

Dining in Leskovac, the BBQ capital of Serbia

Colorful Skyline of Novi Sad

Colorful Skyline of Novi Sad

Thank you David for having visited Serbia and our region, and for showing the real Serbia and its natural beauty. And a big thank you to everyone, here in Serbia and everywhere around the world, for your assistance, contribution and solidarity. It helps Serbia so much to recover from the disastrous flood. Thanks everyone.

Long live Serbia! Živela Srbija!

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