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Metropolis of Naïve Art – Kovacica – Serbia PGM V186

Departures: August 27, September 10,  24, October 01, 15, 29, November 05, 19, 26, December 03, 17,  31, January 07, 14, 21, 28

Inspired by the nature, peace and lifestyle  in the wide plain in Vojvodina-Serbia, unique masterpieces of great value and importance are created. These are created with a lot of love, talent and dedication on a canvas, stool or squash, by the painters of naive art from Kovačica.

Homeland, love, customs and presenting the life on a countryside are mutual and inexhaustible motives that are inspiration for many artists of naive art. That is how the specific art was developing years ago in the area of Vojvodina, and which was signed into the list of the National Intangible Cultural Heritage of Serbia on the 18th of July, 2012. That way, uniqueness of naive Slovak painters in Serbia is confirmed once again.

Naive art was unofficially started in 1939. At the time, painters have mostly copied the motives from postcards and calendars, painting everything that couldn’t be found in Banat. They built their own styles with time, so artists of today create unique motives with plenty of colours and details.

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Greece, Slovenia & Serbia – PGM 185100

Greece, Slovenia & SerbiaGreece, Slovenia & SerbiaGreece, Slovenia & Serbia

Departures: August 27, September 03, 10, 17, 24, 30, October 01, 08, 15, 22, 29, November 05, 12, 19, 26, December 03, 10, 2018

Tiny Slovenia has a store of attractions and activities. Melania Trump’s homeland, smaller in the total area than the state of New Jersey, sees a huge boost in tourism. Though Slavic to the core, it has a cuisine, a culture and even architecture that has been greatly influenced by its neighbors Italy, Austria and Hungary. The incredible mixture of climates, brings warm Mediterranean, breezes up to the foot hills of the Alps, where it can nonetheless snow even in summer.
From north to south, visiting Serbia the capital city Belgrade, once billed as the world’s top party town by Lonely Planet. Belgrade has so many nightclubs, the can’t fit them all on land. Hospitable to a fault, Serbians have not quite mastered “mild”, pressing rakija (strong homemade brandy) and a meat-and-cream-heavy cuisine (plus the requisite three-kiss welcome) on, unsuspecting guest.
Third country is a Greece, because of geographical position, it was a crossroad of civilizations, that had left their traces everywhere. The major rights of this ancient land are open and relatively crowd-free, Athens, while sprawling and congested, has a compact, pleasant tourist zone capped by the famous Acropolis, the world’s your ancient site. All the things you are looking for a trip to Greece- mouthwatering food, deep-blue water, striking scenery and the thrill of connecting with ancient history, waiting for you!

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SERBIA, CROATIA AND MONTENEGRO TOUR – PGM 132100

Petrovaradin - Novi sad, SerbiaDubrovnik

Departures: August 30, September 06, 13, 20, 27, October 04, 11, 18, 25, November 01, 08, 15, 22, 29, December 06, 13, 2018

Within these ten days, you will discover the undiscovered charms of Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro, enjoy the taste of national food, the beauty of nature and the history of these three countries. This tour is an unique tour which will take you through the history, culture and gastronomy and you will enjoy in great wines, visit magnificent monuments and historical sites, as well as beautiful landscape.

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SERBIA, CROATIA AND MONTENEGRO TOUR – PGM 132200

DrvengradThe Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Rocks

Departures: August 28, September 04, 11, 18, October 04, 11, 18, 25, November 01, 08, 15, 22, 29, December 06, 13, 2018

The Balkan Peninsula, is a geographic area in Southeastern Europe with various and disputed borders. The region takes its name from Balkan Mountains that stretch from the Serbian-Bulgarian border to the Black Sea. The Balkan Peninsula is notorious for being one of great battle grounds of history, strategically wedged between Austro to the north and Greece to the south, it often feels stuck in time and isolated from the rest of Europe, a place where the occasional horse-drawn.
Cart and old-time ways can still be seen in its agricultural and scenic backwaters. Balkan hospitality its legendary, and travelers can safely explore the area’s dramatic interior and abundance of history, one that dates back far before Marshall Tito, to the Alexander the Great. It is wildly complex place that is politically.
Contradictory and ethnically diverse, a place where Orthodox Christian, Catholic, Muslim and Jew have coexisted throughout history while borders disappeared, reappeared or were frequently redrawn.

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