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[…]

If you go northwest from the beautiful mountain town of Krupanj in Serbia, towards Loznica and the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, about six miles from the city, just next to the road, you will be welcomed by a sight straight from a science fiction movie: smooth, stone arches forming a structure unlike anything you’ve seen before, except perhaps in a science fiction franchise Stargate. If you decide to park[…]