Town of volunteers and multiculturality – Manresa

Manresa, Spain

First guest author on Budjism blog is Julija Milovanović, who is currently volunteering and living in Manresa, Spain, a beautiful town I had the chance to visit in 2015. Following text is exploring her first impression about the environment where she has spent almost 8 months. 
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Famous houses of Sremski Karlovci

Sremski Karlovci, Serbia, May 2014 Sremski Karlovci is a town, often viewed, as a place frozen in many time layers because of the historical events and its architecture. It is one of the smallest municipalities in the country (50,8 km²), with few  apartment block buildings and many old houses and historical buildings. Many of those houses were homes to famous people, that spent part of their lives in this charming little town.

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Colourful and inspiring – Street art of Belgrade

For a long time, I found Belgrade to be tooBudjism Belgrade mural
hectic and confusing, and consequently I avoided exploring the city, traveling to it only when I was supposed to meet with friends. After some time, list of friends of people from Belgrade grew, but also work led me to, more or less, regularly visit Serbia’s capital.  Not long after, I felt comfortable wondering around it and first thing that drew my attention was the street art .

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Random world of Sremski Karlovci, travel and gardens

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