12.07.2011 -36 °C
I have been traveling a lot, but the last few months I found a permanent residence in Europe, Serbia, Zajecar. A medium size town with plenty of greenery, it has bout 60,000 people, but the amazing thing is that this place is full of natural wonders, national parks, ancient catacombs and many other things.
Here are some of the things I found during my walking trips around the area:
These are two monuments, the first one is found in the center of the town, while other is on the outskirts, in a national park called Kraljevica. Both are dedicated to the heroes of the World War 2 resistance.
This is the famous Roman city, Romuliana and the leftover Roman Stairways dating back to 3rd century AD.
And here is the magnificent beach at the river Timok that runs trough the entire city.
I will post more when I find the time, but seeing that I am soon moving back to Australia I may have to take a weekend off to go sightseeing of Zajecar.