Both Zandvoort and Tring look pretty great! Zandvoort looks like a poor man's Dubai and I love the architecture style of Tring.
I currently reside in Petrovaradin, a relatively newer town, given the rich history of this place. It was built over 300 or more years ago, and is famous for a couple of things: its fortress on Danube's right bank, and EXIT music festival, which attracts around 200000 fans each year from all over Europe. It is actually held at the fortress, which is amazing. Across the river is Novi Sad, this country's 3rd largest city, and that's where I attend college.
This is Petrovaradin fortress, it was taken in Novi Sad:
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These are the city of Novi Sad (top) and Petrovaradin (bottom - parts of fortress and the old town):
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This is the city square of Novi Sad and its main street:
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This is an aerial view of the complex wall system of the fortress:
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It's got a sweet mountain/hill range just south, and it's a decent enough place for hiking. It's classified as a national park, and there are a lot of forests, grassy fields, a number of pretty great lakes, monuments and trails. It's used for pretty much everything: sightseeing, hiking, biking, swimming, making wine (it's actually a bit famous for that) and god knows what else. There are a lot of monasteries, some of them from the Middle Ages, from our kings and despots.
This is an old tower of Vrdnik (which actually was there since the Romans were here, 3rd century AD), in the middle of the mountain range:
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Here's one of the lakes:
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Some aerial shot (you can see the Danube):
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Now I wasn't born here, and am here only because I'm studying here. I was born in a small city called Sombor, which is actually called the Serbia's greenest city - because when looked from above, it's almost completely green because of the amount of trees it has.
City Hall building is its most famous landmark:
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But for most of my life, I've lived in a small village just south of it. Nothing spectacular, just a village in a plain where agriculture thrives. It's just boring and depressing overall, but it has its charm.