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Sunday
Feb122012

In Photos: The Train from Zagreb, Croatia to Belgrade, Serbia

I’m in Serbia on a nerdtastic fact-finding mission about the inventor Nikola Tesla. The journey started in lovely Croatia, followed by a Saturday ride on the train from Zagreb to Belgrade.

It is the dead of winter, but that didn’t create a lack of scenery. The train was comfortable and cozy on the inside, warmed even more by the fact that Croatians and Serbians are among the friendliest on the planet.

This is what it looked like (all photos snapped on my iPhone from the train window):

 

Creative Commons LicenseZagreb to Belgrade Train Journey by Kim Mance is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.gogalavanting.com.

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Kim Mance is Galavanting’s editor-in-chief, writer, photographer and con-camera host of Galavanting.tv and two cable TV shows in production. She’s based in Brooklyn, NY and blogs for places like Condé Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, Huffington Post, and Babble. She’s host of the popular TBEX conferences in North America & Europe. She’s @kimmance on Twitter.

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