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Serbia#

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Novi Sad#

Novi Sad Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia and the capital of the province of Vojvodina: Vojvodina is an autonomous province of Serbia, situated in the Pannonian Plain in the northern part of the country.

Zmaj Jovina Street with the Orthodox Cathedral (Saborna Crkva) the monument to Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj and the Bishop´s Residence (right) in the center of Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Zmaj Jovina Street with the Orthodox Cathedral (Saborna Crkva), the monument to Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj and the Bishop´s Residence (right) in the center of Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
The Name of Mary Church, Catholic church in Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
The Name of Mary Church, Catholic church in Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
City Hall of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
City Hall of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Greek Catholic Church St. Peter and Paul and Serbian National Theatre, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Greek Catholic Church St. Peter and Paul and Serbian National Theatre, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Serbian National Theatre, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Serbian National Theatre, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Synagogue of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Synagogue of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Danube Park, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Danube Park, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Statue of Đura Jakšić in the Danube Park, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Statue of Đura Jakšić in the Danube Park, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0

Petrovaradin#

Petrovaradin Petrovaradin is a town and municipality, besides it is part of the agglomeration of City of Novi Sad. The town Petrovaradin is lying across the river Danube from the main part of Novi Sad. It is built near the Petrovaradin Fortress, which is known as the "Gibraltar of the Danube".

Petrovaradin Fortress, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
The clock tower of Petrovaradin, one of Novi Sad´s major landmarks, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
The clock tower of Petrovaradin, one of Novi Sad´s major landmarks, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Old Petrovaradin town, seen from Fortress, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Old Petrovaradin town, seen from Fortress, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
View towards Novi Sad from Petrovaradin fortress, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
View towards Novi Sad from Petrovaradin fortress, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes

Belgrade #

Belgrade Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia. The city is situated at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. The translated name of the city means "White City". A few more pictures and text on Belgrade

National Parliament of Serbia, also known as National Assembly or Skupština, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
National Parliament of Serbia, also known as National Assembly or Skupština, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Hotel Moskva, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Mihailo Obrenovic monument, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Mihailo Obrenovic monument, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Church of Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Church of Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
St. Mark´s Church, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
St. Mark´s Church, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Actual patriarchal seat of the Serbian-Orthodox Church, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Actual patriarchal seat of the Serbian-Orthodox Church, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Gospodar Jevremova Street with Bajrakli Mosque, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Gospodar Jevremova Street with Bajrakli Mosque, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Skardarska Street in the Bohemian Quarter of Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Skardarska Street in the Bohemian Quarter of Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Wall Murals in Skardarska Street, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Wall Murals in Skardarska Street, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Austrian Embassy, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Austrian Embassy, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Partizan Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Partizan Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
View over Belgrade with Church of Saint Sava and Partizan Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
View over Belgrade with Church of Saint Sava and Partizan Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Sculpture of Josip Broz Tito, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Sculpture of Josip Broz Tito, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Josip Broz Tito´s tomb inside the mausoleum ('House of Flowers'), Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Josip Broz Tito´s tomb inside the mausoleum ("House of Flowers"), Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Frontal view of Pobednik monument, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Frontal view of Pobednik monument, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
View from the side of the Pobednik monument
View from the side of Pobednik monument on the castle. Photo: A. Valjarević, 2015, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Belgrade Fortress, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Belgrade Fortress, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Military Museum in the Belgrade Fortress, Belgrade, Serbia.
Military Museum Belgrade Fortress, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: pixabay.com, under CC BY-SA 4.0

View from the Belgrade Fortress to New Belgrade, View from the Belgrade Fortress to New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
View from the Belgrade Fortress to New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Holocaust memorial, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Holocaust memorial, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Belgrade
UniCredit Bank and Tower of Congregational Orthodox Church of the Holy Archangel Michael, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Belgrade
Panoramic view, Belgrade, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0

Jagodina#

The city Jagodina Jagodina is located 136 kilometres south of the capital Belgrade, on the banks of Belica River. Its name derives from the word for strawberry (Јагода/Jagoda) in Serbian.
Serbian-Orthodox Church of St. Peter and Paul, Jagodina, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Serbian-Orthodox Church of St. Peter and Paul, Jagodina, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Portal of St. Peter and Paul Church, Jagodina, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Portal of St. Peter and Paul Church, Jagodina, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0

Despotovac#

Despotovac Despotovac is a town located around 130 kilometers southeast of Belgrade. The town´s name derives from Despot, a title of Serbian medieval prince Stefan Lazarević.
Entrance to the Mansija Monastery through west walls, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Entrance to the Mansija Monastery through west walls, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Mansija Monastery, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Mansija Monastery, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Veliki Buk or Lisine waterfall, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Veliki Buk or Lisine waterfall, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Resavska Cave, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Resavska Cave, Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0
Miniature Park in Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes
Miniature Park in Despotovac, Serbia. 2015. Photo: Clara Schultes, under CC BY-SA 4.0