« on: May 03, 2013, 08:07:30 PM »
It's holiday in Serbia, so my wife and I decided to take our kids to a little trip.
We went to a famous cave, called Resava cave.
It's about 50 km from our town, and the day was beautiful.
I know that inside the cave the air temperature is constantly 7 °C throughout the year so we brought jackets, but it was quite an experience going from 33 °C on the outside to 7 °C...
The cave is beautiful and well prepared for visits, but there is still parts that are dangerous and off limits and there is underground river that flows through the lowest floor.
It is very humid inside, there's lot of water dripping and the carved floor is slippery.
After exiting the cave we went to see nearby waterfall, called Veliki Buk:
Another interesting place, Miniature park...it's an exhibition of serbian monasteries and our traditional houses built in 1:17 scale:
And, finally, we visited one of the most significant monuments of medieval Serbian culture, fortified monastery called Manasija, built between between 1406 and 1418.
The monastery complex consists of:
The church to the Holy Trinity
The fortress with 11 towers