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Russian tourists experience in Rostiljijada (meat festival) Leskovac

Meat festival Rostiljijada in Leskovac with it’s tradition to today became one of most important festivals in Leskovac. And entire Serbia. As such, festival in Leskovac attracts more and more tourist every year. Domestic and foreign. Here you can see, one of Russian tourists experience of Leskovac Meat festival. The...

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Kurvingrad

Kurvingrad, Koprijan and also Korvingrad. Is ancient town with three names. Is located very near from Niš on about 11km distance. In theory, origins of today’s fortress are from 14th century. It was build on foundations of ancient fortress from ancient Roman time. Traces of Romans and Byzantines can be...

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Visit and Enjoy Serbia

Visit and Enjoy Serbia Like to travel and have fun? Do you like great food and drinks? Like history? Do you like meeting new people? Than Visit and Enjoy Serbia! Especially eastern and southern Serbia! Have you ever thought about visiting Serbia? Probably not, but we can offer you much...

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Justiniana Prima Empress City Serbia

History of Empress City Serbia (Justiniana Prima) Justiniana Prima or Empress City as it named here, is one of the greatest Byzantine cities in Balkans. Furthermore Justinian the Great founded it. And this ancient Roman city is located in about 30km from Leskovac, or also 70km from Niš, in south...

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Vučje

Where is Vučje Vučje is part of territory of City of Leskovac. Early traces of history can be found from 6th century and Justiniana Prima who marked all territory near Leskovac. After that period Slavs conquered it and stayed till today. When they came, they founded village Bučje (later named Vučje)....

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