Serbia is a country that has long been misunderstood in the world mainly because of the political and social trouble the 90′s civil war has created, people have forgotten what Serbia truly is, a beautiful land with a rich culture and history, consisting of very proud people. Learn about Serbia through pictures from various locations, then you’ll find the true beauty of this amazing country:
Djerdap National Park, the largest national park in Serbia, is located in north-eastern Serbia, on the border with Romania. Djerdap National Park is simply beautiful: the Iron Gate, the largest and longest water breakthrough in Europe, indigenous flora and fauna and well-preserved natural forests of remarkable beauty, and also the biggest European archeological open-air museum. Watch the recently made promo video of the Djerdap National Park:
Beautiful video of Serbia. Maybe Serbia is not the most beautiful place on the planet, but surely Serbia is not as bad as some people say and present it in the world! The most beautiful is my country (Serbia).
Nenad Maric uploaded totay to Vimeo his first time-lapse video, showing Bajina Bašta, a town located in the western mountains of Serbia. The town lies in the valley of the Drina River at the eastern edge of Tara National Park. Here’s a fantastic time-lapse video. Yes, Serbia is a beautiful country filled with incredible scenery:
An amateur photographer from the United States, Terri L. Butler, went recently to Novi Sad, Serbia’s second largest city after Belgrade, to meet an exchange student from Yugoslavia that she hosted in 2001.