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Who Would’ve Thought That Brexit Really Means Brexit?
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Who Would’ve Thought That Brexit Really Means Brexit?

So, who would've thought that Brexit really means Brexit? It looks like that the current Tory regime and British population didn't understand what it means to be a third country. A lot of things that I mentioned in my posts "Brexit Insanity" and "Brexit Tragedy and Freedom of Movement" came to be true. Although, I am convinced that the Tories knew exactly what they were doing but, through lies and ...
Return to the Plague Island
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Return to the Plague Island

After six months in Belgrade, I decided to call it a day and return to the UK. Back in January, when I came back to London, the foreign press referred to it as the plague island. They were reporting more than 50000 new coronavirus cases every day, with many people ending up in hospitals and dying. Perhaps, it was really the best way to describe the UK at that time.



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How Was My Stay in Belgrade?
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How Was My Stay in Belgrade?

So, how did my stay in Belgrade go? It's time to have a look at my six months in Serbia last year. I arrived to Belgrade at the beginning of July 2020 and left at the beginning of January this year. I went there for several reasons. First of all, I did some major dental work. For that, Serbia is really the best place. You can get the best dental treatment at a very affordable price, much cheaper than in ...
Is Serbian Food Healthy?
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Is Serbian Food Healthy?

Is Serbian food healthy? I will try to answer this question, although it will be my personal view, based on my recent experience. I was in Serbia, in Belgrade, for six months last year. That was the first time in 30 years for me stay there for longer than two weeks, as I live in London. But such short periods of time can't really give us a proper insight into nutritional habits of a place that we are ...
National Museum Šabac
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National Museum Šabac

I was not sure whether to write this post about National Museum Sabac. I already know that not many people will read it. It's a small, niche museum and also there are more famous museums in Serbia, with bigger collections. In the end, I decided to do it for two reasons. First of all, for myself. In the future, whenever I want to refresh my memory about this place, I'll simply come back to this post. ...
Šabac
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Šabac

After Smederevo, I decided to go west of Belgrade, to Šabac. But let me first explain how to correctly pronounce the name of this city. Š is a letter for the sound sh in English language, as in shoe. Also, the last letter c in Serbian is pronounced ts, as in tsar. Serbian is very easy to read, every letter depicts a distinct sound, the language is fully phonetic. You don't need to learn how to spell Serbian ...
Smederevo Fortress – Last Serbian Medieval Capital City
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Smederevo Fortress – Last Serbian Medieval Capital City

I went to Smederevo to see the magnificent Smederevo Fortress. Of course, I also wanted to visit a city that I've never seen before. However, it's really the fortress that stands out as the most important historic site, especially as there isn't really much else to see there. But let me set the stage for this post, to put the fortress in its proper historical context. I think that the fortress is probably ...
“Migration of the Serbs” in National Museum Pančevo
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“Migration of the Serbs” in National Museum Pančevo

In addition to seeing a place that I've never seen before, one more reason why I went to Pancevo was to see "Migration of the Serbs" - the iconic painting by Paja Jovanović. I found out about it in a museum in Zrenjanin. There was a copy there, but there was also a note stating that the original was in the National Museum Pancevo. Paja Jovanović is one of my favourite Serbian painters. I've written ...
Pančevo
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Pančevo

After Zrenjanin, I decided to go to Pancevo. In reality, it's really Pančevo, but there is no a letter č in English alphabet, so all English language websites refer to it as Pancevo. I'll do the same. In Serbian, the letter č is for the sound ch in English, as in chair. Every Serb will look at Pancevo and will read it correctly. So, this short explanation is for foreign readers, to know how to correctly ...
Zrenjanin
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Zrenjanin

After Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci, I went to Zrenjanin. I could've easily done these three places at the same time. They are all in Vojvodina, close to each other and also close to Belgrade. Zrenjanin is approximately 55km from Novi Sad. But, as I'm in Serbia for a longer period of time, I decided to take it easy and to do one excursion per week. Travelling in Serbia is cheap. There are regular ...
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