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Stapar

This place was settled by Serbs who had been pirates on the Danube in the 18th century. Their origins are actually in Old Serbia (today the region around the towns of Raška and Novi Pazar), some 500 years ago. The trip includes a traditional folk exhibition, folk dancing and harmonica music, horse-drawn carriages, 19th-century barns and a visit to village homesteads. Specialities of Stapar are the listara pie with raisins and walnuts, mutton paprikash and as for ham, well they say they eat that when there is nothing else. Their traditional beverages are mulberry rakija and dogwood berry liqueur.

 

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