Soulfood Serbia - Raspberries

Soulfood Serbia - Raspberries

In the Zlatibor district, in the Morava and Rzava river basins, lies the town of Arilje, known throughout the world for its raspberries. Serbia is the world’s second-largest producer of raspberries, a fruit known as red gold because of its nutritional and culinary value. In Western Serbia this red gold is used for juices, syrups, creams, ice creams, cakes and tarts. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/serbiatourism Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/serbiatourism/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/serbiatourism

Processing of raspberries

Processing of raspberries

ALL BERRIES SERBIA Processinf of raspberries

"Raspberry", Euro Frigo- Serbia

"Raspberry", Euro Frigo- Serbia

-Iz jedinstvene planinske regije, bajkovite i netaknute prirode - sočno, crveno, slatko i najzdravije voće- malina! -From unique mountainous region, fabulous and pristine nature - juicy, red, sweet and healthies fruit - raspberry! http://www.euro-frigo.rs/ Hladnjača Euro Frigo, Požega, Srbija. By: Sara Vulovic

Top Interesting Facts About Serbia

Top Interesting Facts About Serbia

Fun and interesting facts about Serbia. Learn more on http://www.rivetingtrip.com/travelling-tips/serbia/ Serbia is located in Southeastern Europe in a region known as the Balkans. The main language of Serbia is Serbian along with others like Albanian, Bosnian, Romania, and Hungarian. The population of Serbia is largely dominated by Serbians. The Serbian ruler - Stefan Nemanja, founded the Monastery of Djurdjevi Stupovi in the twelfth century. The Church of Saint Sava is a Serbian Orthodox church located on the Vračar plateau, Belgrade, Serbia is the largest Orthodox Church currently in use and ranks amongst the 10 largest church buildings in the world. During World War I, Serbia was occupied by the Austro-Hungarian army. After the Second World War (1939-1945) Yugoslavia became the Federal Peoples' Republic of Yugoslavia consisting of Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, and Macedonia. Montenegro and Serbia together formed the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia between 1992 and 2003. Aleksandar Vucic became prime minister after his pro-EU nationalist Progressive Party won in March 2014 a landslide victory in early parliamentary elections. Djerdap National Park is the location of the 8,000-year-old Neolithic site of Lepenski Vir. Serbia's largest artificial lake, resulting from a hydroelectric dam, is Derdap located on the Danube. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia that showcases the best aspects of the country. Tourists are also attracted to other Serbian cities as well like Nis Serbia, Novi Sad Serbia, Cacak, Krusevac, Sombor and other beautiful cities. Constantine the Great, the Roman Emperor, was born in Serbia. The only word from the Serbian language used throughout the world today is “vampire.” Furthermore, Serbia is the largest raspberry exporter worldwide with 1/3 being from Serbia. Music: http://www.bensound.com Images credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kalemegdan_Belgrade1.jpg https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlascar/13810407793 https://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilt:Midzor_(1).jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%C4%90erdap_rest_stop_2.jpg https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majdanpek# https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Novak_Djokovic_2007_US_Open.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Novak_%C4%90okovi%C4%87_-_Roland-Garros_2013_-_028.jpg

Border Movers discovering Serbian raspberries, Arilje, August 25, 2012

Border Movers discovering Serbian raspberries, Arilje, August 25, 2012

On their way from Mokra Gora to Sjenica Border Movers expedition stops in Arilje to find out how does it comes that Serbia is the biggest raspberry exporter in the world. Border Movers team are six young Europeans who went on an unprecedented road trip through Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro and Turkey -- all EU candidate countries. Read their blogs and watch videos here: www.bordermovers.eu

Raspberry fields Harvesting

Raspberry fields Harvesting

www.libertas.rs Libertas - the biggest producer of berrylike fruits in Serbia. More then 100 ha of raspberry, strawberry and blackberry fields

太陽のラズベリーThey call ‘‘malina‘‘ to Raspberry . - central Serbia

太陽のラズベリーThey call ‘‘malina‘‘ to Raspberry .   -  central Serbia

Raspberry MIKER frost " BUDIMGRAD" Serbia

Raspberry  MIKER  frost  " BUDIMGRAD" Serbia

My first flight with DJI Spark (plantation of raspberry in Makoviste, Serbia)

My first flight with DJI Spark (plantation of raspberry in Makoviste, Serbia)

plantation of raspberry

Soulfood Serbia - Kajmak

Soulfood Serbia - Kajmak

Kajmak, a slightly aged, salted clotted cream is a traditional dairy product in the mountainous regions of Serbia. Creamy and slightly tart, it is served as an entrée, as a spread or as an addition to meals (rather like butter or sour cream). It is made by fermenting the milk fat obtained by scalding milk. The Serbian saying “Take the kajmak off”, apart from its primary culinary meaning, means taking for yourself the most valuable part of something. In that sense, the kajmak of tourism in Serbia is the spectacular Mount Zlatibor, the closest towns to which are Čajetina, Užice and Nova Varoš or the village of Mokra Gora with the ethno-village of Drvengrad, built by film director Emir Kusturica. But there’s more to Zlatibor than the famous kajmak; you’ll also find a wide range of Zlatibor šljivovica, cheese, and smoked and dried meats. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/turisticka.o... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/serbiatourism/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/serbiatourism

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