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Homeland
May 2, 2022 • SAN ISSUE 25 - Summer 2021

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Article by Зоран Скендерија
Homeland
April 9, 2022 • SAN ISSUE 24 - Spring/Пролеће 2021

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Article by Тамара Миличић-Грбић
Homeland, Life Today
July 15, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 25 - Summer 2021

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Article by Tino Brelak
Homeland
April 21, 2021

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Article by Ministarstvo spoljnjih poslova Republike Srbije
History and Traditions, Homeland
April 1, 2017 • SAN ISSUE 8 - Spring 2017

Nine Centuries of a Charming Town

Article by Marija Nikolić Janković
Homeland, Serbian Community
October 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 6 - Fall 2016

“Remain here!... the sun of another sky

Will not warm you like this one;

The bread is bitter there,

Where you find neither your kindred nor your brothers.”

– Aleksa Šantić

Article by Katarina Savić
History and Traditions, Homeland, New Destinations, Visit Serbia
October 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 6 - Fall 2016

Gamzigrad – Romuliana

            The palace and legacy of the Emperor Galerius (293-311) is a testament to the palatial architecture of Late Antiquity, and is found in the region then known as Dacia. The palace was named after Galerius’ mother Romula. Even today, most of the luxurious buildings can be discerned through the uneven trapezoidal foundations which remain, constituting of a number of separate palaces, a temple, and heated bath houses, all enclosed within ramparts and gates. Everything is constructed from terracotta combined with various local stones. The remains of floor mosaics have also been discovered, along with other unique and valuable decorative objects, especially a mosaic depicting the god Dionysus, and statues depicting Hercules and Jupiter. This palace was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007.

 

Article by Vesna Nedić
History and Traditions, Homeland
October 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 6 - Fall 2016

Monk, theologian, diplomat, enlightener, orator, writer, legislator, statesman, and the first Archbishop of the independent, autocephalous Serbian Church. All of Saint Sava’s roles are depicted in the recently opened “Saint Sava the Serb” exhibit, at the Historical Museum of...

Article by Tamara Miličić-Grbić
Homeland, New Destinations, Visit Serbia
December 1, 2015 • SAN ISSUE 2 - Fall/Јесен 2015

I heartily recommend this route (Guca, Zlatibor, Tara, Drvengrad) for your trip through Serbia. Whoever has more time can certainly stay at each destination an extra day, experiencing the places more fully and at a more relaxed pace. But for the rushed Canadian travellers, who have a relatively short holiday, even these five days are invaluable for getting better acquainted with Serbia and experiencing some of its natural and cultural charms.

           

Article by Vesna Nedić
Homeland
October 1, 2015 • SAN ISSUE 1 - Summer/Лето 2015

In certain appropriate conversations, I often ask: “How many rivers does Belgrade have?” Usually I get a bewildered look, a look which wonders why I even ask such a question, followed by a reticent answer: “the Danube and Sava, everyone knows that.”

Article by Živka Perić