5 December 1994 Karadjordjevo, Josip Broz Tito’s “favorite meeting place”, is a complex including a 500 hectare hunting ground for diplomats several kilometers northwest of Backa Palanka (Vojvodina). It expanded from a farm house in 1957 over woods and fields and lakes to greenhouses and flocks of sheep to herds of wild boar, bison and […]

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