Orthodox believers Protest Belgrade

A mass prayer amid tensions over a controversial religious freedom law in neighbouring Montenegro. The law has outraged the Serbian Orthodox Church, which is the main religious body in the country , because it requires religious communities to prove ownership of properties from before 1918 in order to keep them. The Serbian Orthodox Church, which runs hundreds of medieval monasteries and churches in Montenegro, accuses the government of using the law to steal its assets. The rulling party denies this saying it only wants to sort out ownership rights.

Serbian Orthodox church believers praying to Orthodox icon as they march to the Saint Sava church in Belgrade, on January 8, 2020 for a praying rally amid religious tensions with Montenegro.

Serbian Orthodox church hold Orthodox icon as they march to the Saint Sava church in Belgrade, on January 8, 2020 for a praying rally amid religious tensions with Montenegro.

Serbian Orthodox church hold Orthodox icon as they march to the Saint Sava church in Belgrade, on January 8, 2020 for a praying rally amid religious tensions with Montenegro.

Serbian Orthodox church hold Orthodox icon as they march to the Saint Sava church in Belgrade, on January 8, 2020 for a praying rally amid religious tensions with Montenegro.

Serbian Orthodox church hold Orthodox icon as they march to the Saint Sava church in Belgrade, on January 8, 2020 for a praying rally amid religious tensions with Montenegro.

Serbian Orthodox church hold Orthodox icon as they march to the Saint Sava church in Belgrade, on January 8, 2020 for a praying rally amid religious tensions with Montenegro.


Belgrade refugees | December 2019

Migrants arrive in Belgrade, on their way to the EU, and then travel to Romania or Bosnia.

An Afghan migrant washes himself in the Sava river on December 7, 2019. Migrants arrive in Belgrade, on their way to the EU, and then travel to Romania or Bosnia.

A group of Afghan migrants sleep on a deserted platform at the former Belgrade Central Station on November 4, 2019. Migrants arrive in Belgrade, on their way to the EU, and then travel to Romania or Bosnia.


Funeral Fair Serbia

Participants of the fair stand in front of a cake in the shape of coffins.


For ten years every November, undertakers from the region have been
gathering in Pozarevac - the hometown of one of the most famous
undertakers in the Balkans, Radisa Mihajlovic’s “Drnda”.
About 250 funeral home representatives came to the traditional Funeral Fair this year.
Mihajlovic celebrates 25 years of work this year, but also his retirement.

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