This mountain, also called the Alps Dinarides, is nearly 700 miles long and is situated across the Adriatic coast, from Slovenia to Albania. On several occasions during our trip we stayed in this beautiful region, whose highest peak
The cathedral Sveti Tripun (San Tripun) in Kotor is in the center of the fortified medieval city. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A rich noble of the city ordered a smaller church, in honor of a saint who lived in the 3rd century,
Leaving Sarajevo, with the next destination Dubrovnik on the Croatian coast, we had the option of returning to Mostar or Trebinje. We already knew the road to Mostar, so we decided to try out the other side. There was n need to rush,
Kotor Beach is on the coast of the town of Kotor in Montenegro. But it is on the coast of the "new" part of Kotor. It is right next to the old part of Kotor, and they are both at the bottom of the bay. The beach is not that great, but
The walls of Kotor are in Kotor, Montenegro. Kotor is the background for the longest fjord in southern Europe: It is about 30 miles long. The walls, are 4.5 km long and 15 meters high, and surround Kotor and most of the mountain. They
Srebrenica is a name of a book on XX century history. It means "silver city" as in Romans times silver was drawn from its mines, but instead everyone knows it as the city where a slaughter took place during the Balkan War (1992-1995).
The Bridge on the Drina, or the Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic Bridge, was built between 1571 and 1577 in the town of Visegrad and has remained to this day a famous architectural and civil work of ancient times.
It was built on the orders
The Kotor Market takes place every morning. It is set along the walls of the town, to the right of its the main entrance. The market has two promenades, one inside, safe from the elements, and one that runs along the path of one of
Visegrad is a historic town on the Drina River. The city was home to the famous Yugoslav writer and Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric. It is located beside the famous bridge on the Drina River built by Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic, the Grand
The house where spent his childhood and schooling days , the famous Nobel laureate and Yugoslav writer Ivo Andric . The house is privately owned and for a long time the municipal authorities are trying to buy the house from the owner
Andric is a cultural project in the town of Visegrad which was designed and implemented by the well-known director and filmmaker Emir Kusturica and supported by the Serbian Government.
The historical complex is built on the banks
The Drina River is a natural pearl of the Balkans and one of the most beautiful rivers in the region. It attracts many visitors from all over, especially sport fishermen attracted by its crystal clear water and variety of fish such as