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The underground city of the Karadjordjevic dynasty, or the “Stone girl”, is a unique facility, not only in Serbia, but also in the world, and is potentially a great tourist attraction for the Drina region and the whole of Serbia. It was built between 1931 and 1934, as a hiding place for King Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, it has as many as 75 rooms connected by kilometers of corridors, and the Municipality[…]

Some 140 kilometers from Belgrade, near the town of Krupanj in Western Serbia, there is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in the country: the Church Park Dobri Potok, a complex of parks, museums and church buildings. In addition to the Church of the Assumption of the Holy Mother of God, which dominates this complex, the most interesting part of this exceptional place are the museums that are located[…]

As you walk between the wooden buildings in the Dobri Potok Church Park, a complex of parks, museums and church buildings, a few kilometers from Krupanj, a small town in western Serbia, you have the feeling that you are in another, more beautiful world. Everything here is perfect, it seems, ancient and deep, spiritual and calm, sublime and beautiful. Each building has its own purpose, and all together they fit[…]

When King Aleksandar Karadjordjevic made the decision to build the monumental underground complex of rooms, corridors and halls in the small town on the border of Serbia and Bosnia, Mali Zvornik, he could not know three things. First, that he will never live to see the completion of the construction of this “underground city”, since he was killed in Marseilles in 1934, and that this monumental construction project will never[…]

A stone museum? Sounds boring? How mistaken is anyone who thinks something like this: each of the more than 300 geological exhibits exhibited within the exhibition in the yard of Predrag Peca Petrovic, in the village of Pastric near the town of Mionica, tells an incredible story, which is sometimes several hundred million years old… The Stone Museum in Pastric was opened in 2013 by the famous Serbian biologist Predrag[…]

In the village of Struganik, not far from Mionica, a beautiful and peaceful town in western Serbia, there is a large, white house, perfectly preserved in the condition it was in in the second half of the 19th century. The kind host welcomes us with open arms, as he does with everyone who comes here to get acquainted with the history located in probably the most beautiful part of Serbia.[…]

The famous Wax Museum in Jagodina has a new attraction: along with figures of 30 famous sciencetists, politicians, writers, actors, sportsmen, clerics, there are also carriages from the 19th century, which are believed to belong to King Milan Obrenovic’s court. The carriages are more than 150 years old and are made of rose and cherry wood. They are well preserved and in running condition. They were pulled by two horses,[…]

Loznica, a town in western Serbia, is known for its many tourist attractions, great climate, spas, picnic destinations, the beautiful Drina River and many tourist facilities. The people here are very hospitable and anyone who comes to Loznica and its surroundings is sure to have a fulfilling and beautiful day. In addition to the many attractions that tourists can visit on their own, whenever they want, Loznica has many events[…]

Ljubovija is said to be one of the most beautiful places in Serbia: situated on the shore of the beautiful Drina River, immersed in clean air, surrounded by forests and the most beautiful mountains in this part of the world. However, anyone who comes to Ljubovija or the surrounding area should have no fear of “seeing everything” fast. First, because the nature and attractions that the region has to offer[…]