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More from Pannonia: Novi Sad, one of the Danube´s beauties

Today we are taking you with us to the capital of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and the second largest city in Serbia.

Although the oldest traces of human presence in the territory of Novi Sad we know about are from the Neolithic period, until the age of Celts and Romans there were no permanent settlements in this region. 413 more words


Ethnic Cleansing Of Croatians In Serbia - Say A Prayer On Holy Trinity Day

The Holy Trinity feast day celebrated in the Catholic Church is coming up on June 15.

Just inside Serbia, not far from the border with Croatia, not far from Vukovar there’s a place called Kukujevci. 2,236 more words

Paddleboating & Promenading at Lake Palić, Serbia

Passing through Palić’s Great Park entrance, a heavily-carved wooden arch that resembled reddish-brown lacework, I couldn’t help but imagine who had strolled through the gates a century earlier when this part of northern Serbia was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. 686 more words


A Bit of Greek History in Serbia

A discovery by Professor Vladimir Bosković of Harvard which he thought might be of interest to members of the MGSA, the Modern Greek Studies Association: 841 more words

Za manje od tri godine iz Kostićevog Karneksa skoro hiljadu radnika na ulici

Sedamdesetdvoje radnika napustiće ovih dana “Karneks” i naći se na evidenciji nezaposlenih zajedno sa više od 800 Vrbasana koji su, u tišini, kao tehnološki višak prošli kroz fabričku kapiju da se ne vrate- otkako je novembra 2011.

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