Medieval Serbian massive silver ring with ancient gemstone cameo. Ring is from the 14th century AD and cameo from the 4th century BC. As per inscription of the top of the ring it belonged to nobleman Radul.
This waterfall is one of the most beautiful in Europe. It is 780 meters above sea level, in the Kucaj Mountains, in the eastern side of Serbia. It is called Prskalo Waterfall, which can be translated as “spatter” or “splashed”.
Gradac Monastery is situated in Stara Raška region of Serbia. It was built in the late 13th century as the the endowment of Queen Jelena Anžujska (Queen Helen of Anjou), the wife of the Serbian King Uroš I. | Манастир Градац налази се у Старорашкој области. Подигнут је у другој половини XIII века (око 1275. године), на остацима некадашње цркве, као задужбина краљице Јелене Анжујске, жене српског краља Уроша I Немањића. | Photo: milosbatricevic
Aerial view of acropolis and circular plaza at archaeological site Justiniana Prima (Caričin grad - Epress city), a Byzantine city from 6th-7th century AD, that existed from 535 to 615, near Leskovac, south-eastern Serbia. It was founded by Emperor Justinian I and served as the seat of an Archbishop that had jurisdiction of the Central Balkans, which made it important church, political and military center, serving as capital of the prefecture of Illyricum instead of Thessaloniki.
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Medieval Serbian silver ring, 14th-15th century, excavated at upper castle of Medieval Serbian fortress Novo Brdo, one of the most important mining and trading centers of Medieval Serbia and Europe. Castle has 8 towers, and several archaeological excavations revealed remains of many significant buildings, such as churches and palaces, and numerous interesting findings, such as pottery, jewelry, weapons and objects for everyday use from the Medieval period.
Sombor, Serbia. Like in a fairy tale in which the time has stopped for a moment, Sombor has managed to preserve the charm of past, and combine it marvelously with the spirit of the people, age and different times
On 23 September 1866, Serbian Prince Mihailo Obrenović and the Montenegrin Prince Nikola I Petrović concluded an agreement on the joint battle for liberation from the #Turks and the unification of Serbian lands. Prince Mihailo Obrenović then sent his delegate Milan Piroćanac to Montenegro to propose the Montenegrin prince an union of #Serbia and #Montenegro. Two Principalities agreed to work continuously on the liberation and unification of the Serbian people, as well as to constantly…
Helen of Anjou ( Serbian : Jelena Anžujska/Јелена Анжујска , pronounced ; c. 1236 – 8 February 1314) was the Queen consort of the Serbian Kingdom , as spouse of King Stefan Uroš I . Her children were later kings Stefan Dragutin and Stefan Milutin . Life Origin Her origin is not known for certain; she was born in ca 1236, and the biography of Archbishop Danilo states that "she was of a French family" and a continuator of the work that "the family was of royal or imperial blood". John Fine…