Serbia celebrates New Year for the second time

Sveti Sava temple, Belgrade.

Sveti Sava temple, Belgrade. Image by Predrag_Bubalo / CC BY-SA 2.0

The so-called ‘Serbian New Year’s Eve’ is celebrated on 13 January, due to the fact that the country’s Orthodox Church still follows the Julian calendar. There will be public celebrations and concerts in town squares, as well as late-night entertainment in cafes and restaurants. The biggest fireworks display will be organised in Belgrade’s Vračar neighbourhood, in front of the Sveti Sava temple. Read more: balkaninsight.com

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