Hostel Nis

Address: Dobricka 3A, Nis, 18000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 03, 2015

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... hotel that had a bathtub. A bathtub! What a rarity in Europe. But it's the holiday season and we arrived on a Saturday late and many restaurants and businesses were closed. Later, we found a nice Italian place to eat. Dinner set us back $12 with 2 drinks and a tip. They had a nice pedestrian street with lots of trendy shops and cafes and a good nightlife scene. But we were restless and ready to leave ...

Last stop in Serbia

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 12, 2014

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... but nothing too exciting. Pretty gutted we didn't get to watch that but completely lose track of days when you're travelling so much.

We had booked two nights in Nis so set out to explore to two main sights in the city. We grabbed a taxi out to the skull tower, which is a tower of skulls left from the first Serbian uprising when they were trying to get rid of the Ottomans who had been in charge for a couple of hundred years. The Serbs ended up getting ...

Čele Kula

A travel blog entry by viky1234789 on Jun 05, 2014

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... post at Cegar hill had been taken the battle and explosions resulted in 3,000 dead Serbs and at least twice that many dead Turks, he ordered that the heads of the Serb victims be collected, skinned, and that the skulls be built into the tower. The bodies of the Serbs were stuffed with cotton and sent to ...

Archaeological Hall, Serbian Orthodox Church

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

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I then saw there was an upper terrace and stairs leading up. From the upper terrace you see even more ...

Logor Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

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... was built before the war as an army depot then used by the Nazis as a camp. Basically it was just a jail so no gas chambers or things that went on in other camps.

The first people arrested were political dissidents and activists, followed by Jews, and others. Men were on ...