The 7 Countries of "Yugoslavia" Tour - It used to be one country, we called it Yugoslavia. Today there are 7 Independent countries, 7 nations, 7 capitals, 7 languages, 3 religions, 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 2117 km of coastline, 1255 islands, 110000 km (68350 miles) of roads. Ride from the beautiful coastline of the Adriatic Sea to the untouched countryside of inland Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro.
Kamena Gora is a village in the municipality of Prijepolje, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 210 people. The view from this place is astonishing and you can see many of the Serbia's highest peaks. If the road brings you towards Prijepolje, don't miss to visit this unique place on Earth and see the Holy Pine more than 400 years old.
Princess Olivera Lazarević, Despina Hâtûn (Serbian Cyrillic: Деспина Оливера Лазаревић,(ca. 1373. - died after 1444.)) the youngest daughter of Lazar of Serbia and Milica and wife of Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I, whom she married just after the Battle of Kosovo in 1389, as a pledge of peace between the Lazarević family and the Ottoman Empire.
Have you ever dreamed of taking a European train trip? We did, and we wanted to go to some off the beaten path places to boot. We came up with a wonderful itinerary and road off into the sunset. Click through to find out where we went and get some great tips on traveling by train! ~Reflectionsenroute
This is Belgrade, Serbia. It is located in the south-east of Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and since ancient times it has been an important traffic focal point, an intersection of the roads of Eastern and Western Europe.