Start was in a small cozy town Bajina-Basta.
A house on Drina. Several times it was washed away by river flow, but every time it was caught and returned back or rebuilt from scratch. On the other side it is already Bosnia and Herzegovina. The building is like a friendship symbol.
There are a lot of tractors in Serbia. LOTS of them. For every 6 cars there is a tractor. So they're everywhere. Well, may be except Belgrade.
Rača monastery. XIII century.
Very cozy local houses. It's surely very satisfying to walk in this area.
Vrelo. The shortest river in Europe. Just 365 meters long.
It ends right after cafe and falls to Drina.
Houses on wheels. Caravan of it.
The dam at Perucac.
There is an excellent beach on the lake by the way. There's a good deep and it's a good place to dive a bit.
On the way to our next stop we caught a hitchhiker (on the photo). He was quite a while with us and it was kinda sad when he left the car.
A part of the way was in deep forest with bears, wild pigs and wolves.
Though we've met only a few people.
Time waits nobody. So we had to move further to Bosnia. Višegrad.
Even though it's Bosnia, this part is called Republika Srpska (don't mix with Serbia). Serbian flags are everywhere. Didn't manage to find a single Bosnian one. Serbian money is also in active use. I didn't had an impression like I'm in another country.
The main sights: the bridge and Andrićgrad. In Bosnia almost in every city I visited one of the main sights was bridge like this one (:
Place where cultures meet. Church and mosque.