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Eight fun-filled days had passed in Belgrade and Zemun, but it was time to head south via bus to Nis.  Nis is an ancient city that dates back thousands of years.  It is also the birth place of Constantine.  How freaking cool is that?  The more I read about the city during my stay in Belgrade the more I knew I had to see the city for at least one night.  I… Read More

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My plan was to go to Novi Sad from Belgrade, but due to my leg injury, I decided to visit a nearby town called Zemun.  Zemun is north of Belgrade and it is situated on the Danube River.  Currently, Zemun is officially part of the city of Belgrade but in the past, Zemun was an independent city. Zemun was the last holdout city of the Habsburg dynasty.  The city has a very… Read More

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After seven weeks of pure joy roaming through Bulgaria and Romania, I was hoping that Serbia would be just as enjoyable.  Over the past sixteen years of traveling in Europe, I had heard both good and bad things about Serbia.  Of course, the Balkan war helped form my personal opinions of Serbia, but I knew I had to see the country in order to form a more accurate view based on personal… Read More

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