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THIS IS NOT A SCENE FROM THE GAME OF THRONES, BUT FROM SERBIA! This video is just SPECTACULAR!

The Golubac fortress is a medieval town and a monument of great cultural significance. It is located on the right bank of the Danube, in the eastern part of Serbia.

If you love to travel and want to see a place of historical and cultural significance, Golubac fortress is the place to be.

It is not known who exactly built the fort, whether the Serbs or Hungarians. In the written documents, it was first mentioned in 1335, but it is thought to have been built long before that. It once had an important military and strategic position, because all the water and land transport could be controlled from the fort.

The etymology of the name of the fortress is magical: Its name on medieval maps is written in different languages: Galambas, Galambocz, Colombazo, Columbaz, Columbarum, and so on, and in every of those words the root is - a pigeon. Behind this name many legends are hiding, and the most beloved is the one who says that the Ottoman commander fell in love with the local girl named Golubana, and wanted her to enter his hare, which she refused. To punish her, he nailed her to the wall to repent, nevertheless, she still refused the commander, and that led her to direct death. In honor of her, the fortress was named Golubac.

The fortress was declared a tourist area in 2011, and its reconstruction was done, and today it looks more beautiful than ever. You visit Golubac fortress, where there are daily organized tourist tours, within which you can visit all 9 towers that make up the fortress.

Take a look at this beautiful fortress in this video:

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