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Spring in "Knez"

Spring in "Knez"

Karadjordjeva st.

Karadjordjeva st.

Петар и Марија, родитељи Гаврила Принципа!

Marija and Petar Princip - Gavrilo Princip's parents

Belgrade in 1940 - The Old and New Royal Palace with the Parliament in the background, Serbia

Beograd - - Stari dvor, Maršalat, Novi dvor i Skupština u pozadini

Слике старог Београда 1850-1960 | Photos of old Belgrade 1850-1960

Слике старог Београда 1850-1960 | Photos of old Belgrade 1850-1960

Street Nemanjina in Belgrade, Serbia

Street Nemanjina in Belgrade, Serbia

Слике старог Београда 1850-1960 | Photos of old Belgrade 1850-1960 - Page 36 - SkyscraperCity

Слике старог Београда 1850-1960 | Photos of old Belgrade 1850-1960 - Page 36 - SkyscraperCity

ul. Resavska, 1928

Crno-beli Beograd - Black and white Belgrade

Beograd - 1929. - Graf Zeppelin

A Zeppelin above Belgrade, 1929

The most famous traditional dance of Serbia is known as “KOLO” which is called as Kono in the Serbian language. The continued practice to perform Kolo or Kono is to dance it collectively; however, minimum three to four people may also be seen dancing Kolo.

Kolo, the traditional dance of Serbia

The people of Serbia love to dance together in a large group which is one of the phenomenal features of the Serbian heritage. The most famous traditional dance of Serbia is known as “KOLO” which is called as Kono in the Serbian language.

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