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... the fridge. After lunch we decide to visit a couple of the local monasteries, this area has 16 famous monasteries, built between 15th and 18th centuries to preserve the Serbian culture and religion from the Turks. The first one Krusedol Monastery we were only able to see inside the compound as the church was locked. There was a small stall selling souvenirs and selling Monastary wine, slivovicia and a strong ...
... to the ship, we give our own commentary to the cruise director. In the scheme of thing it's no big deal. Shi• happens! Tonight's entertainment is a "talent" show by the crew members. We make it through most of it and then hit the hay. Tomorrow is a new day and we are off to ...
... AK-47, sniper rifle, pistol, Magnum and pump action shotgun). Despite speaking no English, our instructor proceeds to explain gun safety and technique. First comes the pistol, 10 shots later I have surprised everyone, including myself, with 7 bulls eyes from 15m away. Next up is the pump-action shotgun where Rose leaves nothing to chance by devastating a series of bottle targets. The sniper comes next followed by the AK-47, ensuring that the ...
... to our visit it had been the sight of the EXIT Festival, which is one of the biggest music festivals in Serbia. Now it was very quiet. We tried to sit in a café in hopes of a little breeze, but no luck. We walked around, be left earlier than intended. Novi Sad was also one of the towns hardest hit in the Kosovo War in 1999. All of the bridges in the city were destroyed. There were also pieces of the fortress that were taken down. ...
... radiant heating and floor mosaics were uncovered. The later discovery of the Roman circus immediately adjacent to the palace provided conclusive evidence to identify the structure as an imperial palace. The palace-circus architectural complex is one of the most important archaeological discoveries in Sremska Mitrovica. It was built at the end of the third or beginning of the fourth century in the southeast, elite section of the city, along the Sava ...