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The Serbian Orthodox Manasija Monastery near Despotovac, Serbia, was built in the 15th century, includes a church, refectory, and fortress with 11 towers

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: The Serbian Orthodox Manasija Monastery near Despotovac, Serbia, was built in the 15th century. It includes a church, refectory, and...

Happy vendors at the fresh market in Belgrade, Serbia

“Whatever you do, don’t take the train to Serbia!” my tour guide exclaimed. “The best way to get from Zagreb to Belgrade is by bus.” Unfortunately, I’d already purchased my train...

Belgrade Fortress in Kalemegdan Park in Belgrade, Serbia stood guard over the Danube River, the most important trading route in Medieval days

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: Belgrade Fortress, in Kalemegdan Park in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. These fortifications stood guard over the Danube River, the...

Ruins of the Roman amphitheater in the center of Saint Oronzo Piazza in Lecce, Italy

For some inexplicable reason, I had long wanted to visit the region of Puglia, Italy. Sometimes I can trace my chosen destinations to a travel article, a recommendation from a fellow...

Local men gather to share the day's news in the historic center of Gallipoii, Italy, visited during my Flavours Holidays cooking holiday

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: Local men gather to share the day’s news in the historic center of Gallipoli, Italy. Visited during my Flavours Holidays...

The waterfront in Otranto, Italy, another of the southern Puglia towns we visited during my week long Flavours Holidays cooking vacation

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: The waterfront in Otranto, Italy, another of the southern Puglia towns we visited during my week long Flavours Holidays cooking...