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MONUMENT OF HEROES: This building on Cat’s Stone peak tells about the most tragic episode of the GREAT WAR

You will not find a quieter place than the Mackov kamen (Cat’s Stone), a peak on Mount Jagodnja, near the small town of Ljubovija in Western Serbia. The deafening silence that greets you is interrupted only by the occasional sounds of woodpeckers banging on the bark of the surrounding trees. It is hard to imagine the horror that occurred here in September 1914, when at this very peak heavy fighting

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KAONA MONASTERY: A refuge for believers, tourist attraction and the pride of Serbia (VIDEO)

The greatest pride of the Vladimirci municipality is certainly the Kaona monastery. It is about 90 kilometers from Belgrade or an hour and a half by car. In the heart of Machva region in Western Serbia… Monastery building, churches, lake, auxiliary buildings, tourist facilities, perfectly maintained grass – everything is so perfectly integrated into the untouched natural surroundings of the beautiful West of Serbia make the monastery complex a place

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TRSIC, A PLACE LIKE NO OTHER: Vuk Karadzic, the father of the Serbian language was born here, in this breathtaking beauty

This is a story of courage. What chance did the little boy, born in the darkest time of Turkish rule in Serbia, have in the small village of Trsic? A boy whose siblings died in succession before he was born? His parents named him Vuk (Wolf), because it was believed that ghosts and witches would not dare attack a wolf. What chance did a young man have, a man whose

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TEST YOUR FAITH IN THE FALCON TOWN: Two kilometers to the CROSS at the top with 10 GOD’S COMMANDMENTS

That thing, way up there? This is the first question everyone who sees an imposing rock with a large cross for the first time – the trademark of Soko Grad (Falcon Town), once a fortress in western Serbia near Ljubovija, and today one of the most beautiful places in this part of Europe. First question, because the rock and the cross are 200 meters above you, and the road to

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