Serbia, playing in their first-ever FIBA World Basketball Championship for Women advanced to the quarterfinals after beating Cuba 86 – 79 today. “This is the biggest moment in Serbian women’s basketball,” said Serbia coach Marina Maljkovic. “We have worked very hard for this. And we deserve this.” Yes! Bravo!!! Proud…
Yesterday I received an email from my friend Christopher Rudder, a Canadian musician living in Toronto who has visited several times Serbia and made some great videos of it. Here is his email: Dear Karl Haudbourg, Some of the amazing stories coming out of Serbia are incredible. The story of…
Marko Bulat, Oj Kosovo, Kosovo, Pionir hall, Belgrade, November 24, 2013:
Belgrade is ranked seventh on the backpacker index of the cheapest cities in Europe before Budapest, Warsaw and Zagreb. Not bad at all. For more information about Belgrade, visit the website of the Tourist Organization of Belgrade
James George Jatras, a government and media relations specialist in Washington who formerly served as a foreign policy adviser to the U.S. Senate Republican leadership and as a U.S. diplomat, wrote an interesting article over at the American Council for Kosovo. Here’s a short excerpt but it’s worth reading the…
Ružica Church (Rose church) is located in the Kalemegdan Fortress, in Belgrade. Beautiful!