The Regent Club

Address: Obrenoviceva, 10, Nis, 18000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nis

Čele Kula

A travel blog entry by viky1234789 on Jun 05, 2014

6 photos

Čele Kula, a structure built from the skulls of vanquished foes. Today I went to visit the Skull Tower also known as Čele Kula which is located in Nis, Serbia. Čele Kula built in 1809 buy Turkish General Hurshi Pasha out of skulls of defeated Serb rebels. When Hurshi Pasha of Nis realised that, even ...

Archaeological Hall, Serbian Orthodox Church

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

36 photos

... to be the only food you can buy.

All the pizza has ham on it as do most sandwiches. Eventually I found a tuna sandwich in footlong baked flatbread for 140D ($1.70). Now I tried to find the Archaeological Museum to use my combo ticket and see more Roman stuff as the museum at Medijana ...

Logor Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

21 photos

... with sleeping quarters, bathrooms, and mess hall.



The camp only lasted till 1944 and seemed quite tame compared to what went on in other camps. I then went to the bus station nearby to get my ticket for tomorrow to Novi Pazar. That was a big worry as Novi Pazar is a bit of ...

Medijana Roman Town and Tower of Skulls

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

25 photos

... and rows of recesses where the other skulls would have been placed.



The was a description of the origins in English and Serbian. The Serbs lead a revolt in 1809 to liberate different parts of Serbia from the Turks. At a nearby battle the Serbs were going to be defeated, so their leader chose a suicidal method of blowing ...

Arrival Nis, Visit to Fortress

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 03, 2013

42 photos

... Istanbul. From Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman times it was an important crossroad as the road from Istanbul branches from here north to Belgrade and Budapest, south into Greece and Macedonia, or west into Albania, Bosnia, and Croatia. Whoever controlled Nis controlled all the supply lines



This morning as I was leaving Belgrade the sky finally decided to clear and show ...