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« on: March 27, 2015, 05:41:15 AM »
Ask Serbian from Europe.  8)

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2015, 11:22:03 PM »
What is the economy doing in your area and
how expensive is food also?
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2015, 05:15:43 AM »
i heard an analogy that so called makedonians for Serbs is like so called ukranians for Russians ...

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« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2015, 10:08:07 AM »
*actually I meant  montenegrians ... but I guess the question still valid for both mentioned

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« Reply #4 on: June 08, 2015, 01:40:20 PM »
What is the economy doing in your area and
how expensive is food also?

Serbian economy is in crisis but food so much expensive like we live in Iraq  :o :o
There's a Serbian quote "one misfortune never alone": US, EU and Monsanto pressure on Serbia to change the law prohibiting the cultivation and trade of GMOs?   >:(

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« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2015, 02:15:49 PM »
Serbian economy is in crisis but food so much expensive like we live in Iraq  :o :o
There's a Serbian quote "one misfortune never alone": US, EU and Monsanto pressure on Serbia to change the law prohibiting the cultivation and trade of GMOs?   >:(

What industry do you work in ?

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« Reply #6 on: June 08, 2015, 02:35:53 PM »
I am promoter and advertising of company which doing Vehicle technical control, registrations and insurance.  8)

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #7 on: June 08, 2015, 06:49:46 PM »
Are Serbian people struggling to provide the basic needs
such as food, clothing, housing, electricity , etc. and is
electricity reliable (on 24 hours with no disruptions) and
is electricity also very expensive? 
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2015, 04:05:40 AM »
What do normal Serbs think of the NATO bombing ?

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« Reply #9 on: June 12, 2015, 02:16:29 PM »
i heard an analogy that so called makedonians for Serbs is like so called ukranians for Russians ...

I am not linguist but my opinion that language which speak Macedonians more closer to Bulgarian language but is similar to the Serbian language. like Serbs and Bulgarians - Macedonians are Orthodox Christians. Macedonians, "people without history" , keeped their ethnic identity by saving  their language and customs.
Regmeok, I hope that you understand our complicated Balkans.  ;)


 

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #10 on: June 12, 2015, 02:36:58 PM »
Are Serbian people struggling to provide the basic needs
such as food, clothing, housing, electricity , etc. and is
electricity reliable (on 24 hours with no disruptions) and
is electricity also very expensive?

Yes is expensive. IMF ordered Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić to raising the price of electricity by 12% (as of August).
http://powermarket.seenews.com/news/serbian-energy-min-says-electricity-prices-to-rise-12-from-august-1-report-480150http://

Patriotic non-parliamentary opposition claims that Serbia is ruled by the IMF.

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #11 on: June 21, 2015, 01:44:20 PM »
What do normal Serbs think of the NATO bombing ?

Normal Serbs thinks that bombing in the end XX century ( 1999) may committed only by psychos.

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« Reply #12 on: June 21, 2015, 04:14:31 PM »
Normal Serbs thinks that bombing in the end XX century ( 1999) may committed only by psychos.

I read that Bosnia is going for NATO membership, then NATO annexed Kosovo . . .
I also read that your politicians have made small steps towards NATO membership . . .

But I would imagine that NATO is a little unpopular with the people, but that has never stopped a bought and paid for traitor politician.

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« Reply #13 on: June 22, 2015, 03:50:51 AM »
Yes is expensive. IMF ordered Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić to raising the price of electricity by 12% (as of August).
http://powermarket.seenews.com/news/serbian-energy-min-says-electricity-prices-to-rise-12-from-august-1-report-480150http://

Patriotic non-parliamentary opposition claims that Serbia is ruled by the IMF.

Thanks Al, I had a feeling things weren't good .  Sorry to hear that too.
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« Reply #14 on: February 02, 2016, 05:09:02 AM »
Macedonians are Orthodox Christians. Macedonians, "people without history" , keeped their ethnic identity by saving  their language and customs.
Regmeok, I hope that you understand our complicated Balkans.  ;)
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« Reply #15 on: February 07, 2016, 01:15:23 AM »
Macedonians are Orthodox Christians. Macedonians, "people without history" , keeped their ethnic identity by saving  their language and customs.
Regmeok, I hope that you understand our complicated Balkans.  ;)
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initially  what i wanted  to say is
"i heard an analogy that so called  makedonians montenegrians for Serbs  is like so called ukranians for Russians ..."

and surely i also kept in mind that
...[montenegrians makedonians for Serbs Bolgarians (or whatever the English word for it ) ]... 

so i somewhat united this too ideas and confuse myself ;/

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keeped their ethnic identity by saving  their language and customs

so u r saying that they indeed have some different identity... i havenot researched that question but they looks like separatists movement (assisted to be independent for those interested in the divided balkans) using history as they like to prove their difference...

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2016, 03:34:40 AM »
Macedonians are Orthodox Christians. Macedonians, "people without history" , keeped their ethnic identity by saving  their language and customs.
Regmeok, I hope that you understand our complicated Balkans.  ;)
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Everything is true.Let me add some facts.
Macedonians are ( formally ) Orthodox Christians. After WW2, in Yugoslavia Tito`s Communists gave Macedonians Federal Republic and even independent Macedonian Orthodox Church separate form Serbian Orthodox Church. In 90`s Macedonian people are not want separation from Yugoslavia like Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Albanians on Kosovo. But NWO pushed Macedonian government to separation from Yugoslavia. Now Macedonian PM Gruevski want to join NATO like FYR Montenegro.

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #17 on: February 10, 2016, 05:30:59 AM »
Hi Al, how much is a liter of petrol - gasoline - for everyone's autos?

What is the most popular auto people drive?

How's the economy holding up?

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #18 on: February 10, 2016, 06:56:34 AM »
Hi Al, how much is a liter of petrol - gasoline - for everyone's autos?

What is the most popular auto people drive?

How's the economy holding up?

Hi buddy. Price of petrol: http://www.mytravelcost.com/Serbia/gas-prices/

Must popular car in Serbia is, in fact "worst car ever" (Time)  - "Yugo". Why Serbs drive "Yugo" ? Because is Serbian car ? No.
Because "Yugo" consumes little petrol and because it is reliable.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEn-8vY8h0o[url]]


Must popular car in Serbia is, in fact "worst car ever" (Time)  - "Yugo". Why Serbs drive "Yugo" ? Because is Serbian car ? No.
Because "Yugo" consumes little petrol and because it is reliable.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEn-8vY8h0ohttp://

Economy ? Not even migrants want the stay in country which economy run by IMF, World bank and few oligarchs.
Serbs voted for actual PM Vučić because he promised hope. I did not voted for him and I can not drive.

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #19 on: February 11, 2016, 03:14:08 AM »
Hi Al thanks for your reply.   Where I live in a big farming area
the men  all drive Pick Up Trucks, full size ones and a lot have
4WD  (four wheel drive) due to the winter weather here.   The
women mostly drive mini-vans and small SUV's.

Petrol - unleaded gasoline is $1.87  a gallon right now and
diesel fuel (for big pick up trucks) that's going for $1.84  a gallon.

The economy is terrible here in my area and I'm seeing a lot of changes
and everyone these days is trying to leach off the government instead
of working.   They all want a free ride. 

Next question :)

What local fruit and vegetables are grown in your region?
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #20 on: February 11, 2016, 06:57:16 AM »
Hi Al thanks for your reply.   Where I live in a big farming area
the men  all drive Pick Up Trucks, full size ones and a lot have
4WD  (four wheel drive) due to the winter weather here.   The
women mostly drive mini-vans and small SUV's.

Petrol - unleaded gasoline is $1.87  a gallon right now and
diesel fuel (for big pick up trucks) that's going for $1.84  a gallon.

The economy is terrible here in my area and I'm seeing a lot of changes
and everyone these days is trying to leach off the government instead
of working.   They all want a free ride. 

Next question :)

What local fruit and vegetables are grown in your region?

OK. Only one question for you ? You live and work in USA ?

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #21 on: February 11, 2016, 04:45:54 PM »
OK. Only one question for you ? You live and work in USA ?

Hi Al, yes I'm in the USA
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #22 on: February 14, 2016, 05:33:17 AM »
Hi Al thanks for your reply.   Where I live in a big farming area
the men  all drive Pick Up Trucks, full size ones and a lot have
4WD  (four wheel drive) due to the winter weather here.   The
women mostly drive mini-vans and small SUV's.

Petrol - unleaded gasoline is $1.87  a gallon right now and
diesel fuel (for big pick up trucks) that's going for $1.84  a gallon.

The economy is terrible here in my area and I'm seeing a lot of changes
and everyone these days is trying to leach off the government instead
of working.   They all want a free ride. 

Next question :)

What local fruit and vegetables are grown in your region?

In Serbia, the fertile, contaminated land. Serbia is legally banned GM seeds or illegal Serbian farmers increasingly more sow GM soybean seeds.
In Serbia, only not grow bananas, avocados, olives, oranges, tangerines,
figs, pomegranates, dates and other Mediterranean fruit.
But of the fruit in Serbia there are peaches, apricots, plums, strawberries, quince, raspberry, or the best. Yummy.
In Serbia vegetable grows onions, garlic (for potency  ;) ), celery (each day of the inventor Nikola Tesla ate celery), peppers (the most vitamin C), potatoes, cabbage, spinach and lately Serbs eat kale and broccoli .
Fruits and vegetables Serbs prefer buying at the market because it is cheaper than in supermarkets.
All this is in line with fruits and vegetables or Serbs prefer meat (hamburgers, kebabs, gyros ... with lots of seasoning :)
Uh, I'm hungry. Greetings from sunny Belgrade. ;)

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #23 on: February 15, 2016, 07:06:00 AM »
Wow, what a wonderful bounty of good fruit and vegetables!
A lot of the same fruit/veges also grew where I used to live.
A lot of my favorites are also on your list growing in your region!

The farmers markets are a better place to shop, fresher then
in the Super Markets  (Grocery Stores).   Your area sounds very
nice.   I always grow a huge home garden, organic garden and I
don't use any hybrid seeds,  I'm also a seed saver.   This fall I'll
have 2 more varieties of garlic seeds to make a total of 3 different
garlic varieties  with seeds.   

Also Al, I make the best apricot pie!  :)
 
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #24 on: March 16, 2016, 04:33:28 AM »
Hi Al, two questions -

 1.  What do people think in your Country about Americans?

 2.  How are American Tourists treated in your Country?
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2016, 05:09:39 AM »
Hi Al, two questions -

 1.  What do people think in your Country about Americans?

 2.  How are American Tourists treated in your Country?

1. I just send you personal message ( about Mirjana Markovic );
2. Serbs are strange people. Serbs wear jeans, watch American movies and TV shows, if do not speak Serbs understand Englsih verz well  but they hate USA. US Government 25 years are enemy of Serbs and supports every enemy of Serbs ( Albanian terrorists on Kosovo - KLA, Bosnian Muslims and their islamists...). Bombing of Serbia 1999 without authorization of UN SC....
3. However, Serbs are hospitable people and want to socializing with foreigners. I never heard that tourist from USA had any problems with Serbs. But there is American basket players in Belgrade. They are members of two rivalry basketball clubs: Red Star and Partizan. They are rich and like beautiful Serbian girls in night clubs. They know that opposite fans hate them but..

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« Reply #26 on: March 16, 2016, 05:30:44 AM »
Hi Al, thank you  for the honest answers.  Many Countries
have hated the USA for  years now.   Good to hear people
are hospitable there despite things.   Hope that basketball
player doesn't corrupt many Serbian women.   
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #27 on: March 21, 2016, 12:24:48 AM »
Hi Al, what is the tax rate in Serbia for -

Annual Income Taxes
Property Taxes
Sales Tax on purchases and or VAT taxes
Inheritance Taxes
and taxes in general.   
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #28 on: March 21, 2016, 05:58:55 AM »
Hi Al, what is the tax rate in Serbia for -

Annual Income Taxes
Property Taxes
Sales Tax on purchases and or VAT taxes
Inheritance Taxes
and taxes in general.

I will know figures but this is important. 2 years ago IRS came to Serbia in looking for datas of bank-accounts and other information of Serbian citizens  :o . In that time my former bank ( "Banca Intesa" ) called me for information about me.  :o

http://www.rts.rs/page/stories/sr/story/13/Ekonomija/1669451/Za%C5%A1to+SAD+nadzire+ra%C4%8Dune+u+Srbiji%3F.htmlhttp://

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #29 on: March 22, 2016, 02:04:28 AM »
Hi Al, did you talk with your bank when they called you?
Was perhaps your name a common name or where they
directly after *you* ? 



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« Reply #30 on: March 22, 2016, 06:49:26 AM »
Hi Al, did you talk with your bank when they called you?
Was perhaps your name a common name or where they
directly after *you* ? 

Yes i spoken with my ex-bank. I was confused. But I got rid of them nicely " I will  think about it...I am too busy..." and Banca Intesa never called me again. In the Serbian public to "raise dust" - why banks are looking for information from the citizens for the purposes of IRS. Soon the US Embassy in Belgrade announced that the IRS that just because American citizens who live in Serbia. I phone harassment of the Serbian people is stopped. I don know what US. embassy and IRS wanted information from Serbian citizens who did not have US passport.  ???

P.S. In that time firms called on the phone ( they took Yellow pages ) and ask you for promotion of their products with free dinner.
That was harassment and people protested or they insult caller. They stopped with such kind of "advertising".
However, my phone is ringing and I answered. Voice on the phone said "We are open Pizzeria and we want to sell one pizza with discount. ( discount my ass ) I answer to her " I am really sorry, but i hate Italian food ( I lied. I love Italian food - pizza, lasagna, spaghetti...). She was in shock: "You do not like pizza ?!" "I am afraid not"  :D . That Pizzeria never more harassment my family.
When I want to eat pizza I ordered by phone and they bring me it to home.  8)   
Do you like Italian food or better did you taste Serbian food ?


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« Reply #31 on: March 22, 2016, 05:05:22 PM »
I couldn't read the link , thanks for the explanation.
Yes, that is very peculiar about the IRS butting into
Serbian people's  banking lives.  It's almost like they
were trying to align with the NWO in your country. 

I like Italian food too!  Garlic pizza is the best, just
a cheese pizza with lots of minced garlic on top, that's all.
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« Reply #32 on: March 22, 2016, 05:30:26 PM »
I couldn't read the link...

The article says that the US has signed an agreement with Serbia to give the IRS access to their bank account information. Supposedly, this is for US citizens holding accounts there.

Remember when the IRS began to require everybody to report world-wide income?

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Why the US monitors the accounts in Serbia?

Sunday, August 10, 2014, 19:30 -> 11:03

In recent weeks, the RTS has appeared more viewers with the complaint that they, when opening an account for either the company or natural person, with banks looking to sign the agreement that the IRS has access to their data. Such conditions should not apply only to American taxpayers, according to the Ministry of Finance.

Tracing the appeal of spectators, and RTS journalist went to the bank to inquire about the conditions for opening an account. As she was told in the bank, if they want to open an account, you must sign the agreement to the US tax administration has access to its data.

Without this, say officials, will not be able to open an account in any Albanians because there seek the consent of all the banks, on the recommendation of the National Bank.

Officially, the bankers of this, I want to say. Unofficially, they say that this is due to the American Tax Administration or their law. If you do not comply with it, they say, can not forget the business in the United States.

The National Bank of Serbia pointed out that the banks have not given any recommendation.

"According to the information provided in the ongoing activities in order to improve compliance of tax regulations at the international level and application FATSA regulations. The Ministry of Finance of us, on July 2, signed informed about the intentions of the Republic of Serbia Confirm to conclude an international agreement regarding the application of these regulations" according to a press release of the National Bank.

The Ministry of Finance expects that by the end of the year the Government of Serbia and the United States signed an agreement in connection with the submission of financial information as defined by this law. They point out that it does not apply to citizens of Serbia.

"It is about reporting on accounts by persons who are citizens of, or have business interests in the United States, held with financial institutions based in Serbia. Such contracts United States signed with several countries, and the aim is to prevent tax evasion in the United States and that regulation is not in any way relates to the citizens of Serbia, "according to a ministry statement.

This means that banks should not all citizens to seek to sign the disputed consent. For those who find themselves in such a situation the Ombudsman advised to send a complaint to the National Bank, based on which he might react.
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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #33 on: March 22, 2016, 05:59:31 PM »
I couldn't read the link , thanks for the explanation.
Yes, that is very peculiar about the IRS butting into
Serbian people's  banking lives.  It's almost like they
were trying to align with the NWO in your country. 

I like Italian food too!  Garlic pizza is the best, just
a cheese pizza with lots of minced garlic on top, that's all.

I can eat more lasagna then Garfield.  ;D

@One Relavator
Thank you for translate article for portal of Serbian TV. Even today I do not know what IRS looked for in Serbia 2 years ago ?

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« Reply #34 on: March 23, 2016, 01:30:51 AM »
One Revelator, Thank you for translating the article, it was a good read!

You know how the news is always saying that the IRS paid out billions
in dollars to "Fraudulent Tax Returns"  in the USA?   Well, silly me, I do
my own taxes and I used a black ink pen to fill out the forms.  I took a copy
for my own records and mailed them the fresh ink forms.

No refund check of $80 due me came in the mail within a reasonable time frame
and then one day there were 2 HUGE  envelopes with my name on one and
my husband's on the other HUGE envelope.   We opened them up, inside was
a packet of forms we both had to fill out  "certifying we sent a true tax form in"
stating that they don't accept "photo copied signatures".

Well, they weren't copies, my old copy machine at home, you know it's a
copy when you run something through it so we had to attest to all the 
numerous different forms in the packet, send it back to the IRS and then
two weeks later we got our $80 refund from over paying our taxes back.

Now every year I do the taxes, I find the brightest, most annoying blue
color pen and do the tax forms using that loony-blue pen color.   The letters
in the HUGE envelopes were stamped by the "Rejection Department" of the IRS.

LOL they reject my true tax forms because they couldn't differentiate between
black ink pen and a photo-copy but pay out billions of dollars to criminals
filing fake tax returns...

I am sorry to hear IRS butt their noses into your Country.

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #35 on: March 23, 2016, 03:44:51 AM »
One Revelator, Thank you for translating the article, it was a good read!

You know how the news is always saying that the IRS paid out billions
in dollars to "Fraudulent Tax Returns"  in the USA?   Well, silly me, I do
my own taxes and I used a black ink pen to fill out the forms.  I took a copy
for my own records and mailed them the fresh ink forms.

No refund check of $80 due me came in the mail within a reasonable time frame
and then one day there were 2 HUGE  envelopes with my name on one and
my husband's on the other HUGE envelope.   We opened them up, inside was
a packet of forms we both had to fill out  "certifying we sent a true tax form in"
stating that they don't accept "photo copied signatures".

Well, they weren't copies, my old copy machine at home, you know it's a
copy when you run something through it so we had to attest to all the 
numerous different forms in the packet, send it back to the IRS and then
two weeks later we got our $80 refund from over paying our taxes back.

Now every year I do the taxes, I find the brightest, most annoying blue
color pen and do the tax forms using that loony-blue pen color.   The letters
in the HUGE envelopes were stamped by the "Rejection Department" of the IRS.

LOL they reject my true tax forms because they couldn't differentiate between
black ink pen and a photo-copy but pay out billions of dollars to criminals
filing fake tax returns...

I am sorry to hear IRS butt their noses into your Country.

Does not matter. Maybe was mistake, I am sorry that US Ambassador in Belgrade acting like he is president of my Country.  :(

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #36 on: April 11, 2016, 03:37:43 AM »
Hi Al, if an American Tourist visited your country for two weeks,
what are some of the Historical sites to see, Museums,  Natural Scenes,
and then at night what are the fun things to do at night in Serbia? 
You're the tour guide. 


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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #37 on: April 15, 2016, 06:57:40 AM »
Hi Al, if an American Tourist visited your country for two weeks,
what are some of the Historical sites to see, Museums,  Natural Scenes,
and then at night what are the fun things to do at night in Serbia? 
You're the tour guide.


For starters, look what "Mirror" wrote about Serbia.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/travel/europe-short-haul/serbia-one-europes-best-kept-322710http://

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #38 on: April 16, 2016, 02:25:31 AM »
Hi Al, the link pulled a 404 error with a message
that the article may have been  "deleted or moved"  :(

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Re: Ask Serbian
« Reply #39 on: April 16, 2016, 07:55:34 AM »
Hi Al, the link pulled a 404 error with a message
that the article may have been  "deleted or moved"  :(

OK. Try this > https://www.lonelyplanet.com/serbia/belgradehttp://