Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia & Croatia ROAD TRIP, February 2009 (part I)

Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia & Croatia ROAD TRIP, 3.800 KM, February 2009 (part I)


Pictures about Serbia
Traditional serbian food, Beograd
Panoramic after american bombing, Beograd
Panoramic after american bombing, Beograd 2
Panoramic after american bombing, Beograd 3
Communist buildings, Beograd
Drevengrad (wooden town) by Kusturica, Mokra Gora
Wooden town, Mokra Gora
Waiting for the translation, Mokra Gora
Face to face, Mokra Gora

7 responses to “Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia & Croatia ROAD TRIP, February 2009 (part I)”

  1. The sign would translate into English as something like this: “City jail – humanism and renaissance”. I am not really sure who are those two faces representing though.

  2. Thanks!!! The one on the left is Bill Clinton, but I’m not 100% sure if the one on the left side in Josip Broz Tito. Waiting for more help. Thanks a lot again

  3. Thanks for the translation, The face at left side is Bill Clinton, but the one of the right side I’m not sure who is. I vote for Tito 🙂 I hope that some visitor of the site will help us.

  4. That one doesn’t look like Clinton to me at all but could be George W. Bush. The one on the right side is definitely not Tito. 🙂

  5. heheheh sorry, I made a mistake. I wanted to say Clinton 🙂 the other one… I really don’t know then. I saw few pictures of Tito with glasses, but I’m not 100% sure. I hope to know soon!!

  6. On the left is W. Bush, on the right Havier Solaana, Secretary general of NATO during bombing of Serbia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javier_Solana).

  7. Thanks @jovaNS for your help! 🙂 Finally!!!!!!! 🙂

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