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What comes to your mind when you think of Serbia?


in Serbia by @srg_b | 4yr  | 11 comments

Hey folks, weโ€™re starting up a coworking community in Sombor, northern Serbia (www.fabrika.org.rs/coworking/). Weโ€™re trying to figure out what is the first thing that comes to mind, so that we can address any prevelant concerns, assumptions, generally, handle them in a better way. Our country is not well known, so understanding how others percieve it will help us develop our community in a better way.

So, in all honesty, what is the first thing that comes to mind when I say โ€œSerbiaโ€, good or bad (I wonโ€™t be offended :slight_smile: )

Thx!

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@andreadardon | 4yr

Iโ€™ve never been there, but I canโ€™t help but imagine it being very similar to Croatia (which I have visited).

So thatโ€™s what I thinkโ€ฆ Croatia. But not the coastal Croatia, more like the central.

I also think of โ€œoldโ€ and โ€œEastern Europeโ€ and โ€œRussian Orthodoxโ€ when I think of old buildings and churches. But I could be mistaken.

Iโ€™d love to visit, I was so close to it last September, but didnโ€™t get a chance to go :slight_smile:

Good luck with the coworking community!

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@markus | 4yr

I spent 3 months in Belgrade last summer and loved it.

Not sure if I would get bored in such a small town though. You have to sell us more on the place.

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@srg_b | 4yr

Thank you for your feedback everyone. Itโ€™s very useful insight and gives us direction in which to work. Serge

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@bobz_zg | 4yr

Hello neighbours, Iโ€™m from Zagreb. Would like to overcome the politics talk, just wish you all the best with your efforts.

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@srg_b | 4yr

Thanks bobz! Come visit, Iโ€™m sure youโ€™ll enjoy. Sombor is quite similar to Slavonija I think, but with more Hungarian influence. sign up on the link above to stay informed :slight_smile:

From what Iโ€™ve gathered above, itโ€™s got an unfavorable reputation based on recent history, but people would not be averse to exploring it. Any other opinions?

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@bobz_zg | 4yr

@serge Sounds like a good food :slight_smile:
For now iโ€™m still more โ€˜near beachโ€™ type, but you never know โ€ฆ Cheers

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@kroger | 4yr

Novak Djokovic :slight_smile:

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@syneryder | 4yr

Serbia competes in Eurovision! You had a nice song in 2011 called Caroban, I ran into the singer Nina and she was incredibly friendly. She has kept in contact with some of my friends too. The 2015 Serbian song was good too, the crowd was absolutely electric during the second half of the song.

Iโ€™ve never been to Serbia, but maybe Iโ€™ll make it there one day.

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@wanderingdev | 4yr

Beautiful. Itโ€™s a lovely country with friendly people. But it definitely has a bit of a dark reputation give the โ€˜recentโ€™ history.

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@nomadtax | 4yr

For me it would be โ€œmysteriousโ€. I just donโ€™t know much about it. Where should I start?

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@borowis | 4yr

I hate to say this but to me itโ€™s associated with WWI, Russian influence, Croatia war. Still, itโ€™s all history now, so Iโ€™m not averse to visiting and exploring.

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