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Choose from 252 pictures in our Serbia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Serbia - Belgrade - Terazije Square
Serbia - Belgrade - Terazije Square
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Belgrade - Serbia - Hotel Moscow
Belgrade - Serbia - Hotel Moscow
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Serbian infantry, Battle of Drina, Serbia, WW1
Serbian infantry, Battle of Drina, Serbia, WW1
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Wwi/Serbian Army/1914
Wwi/Serbian Army/1914
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Map of the Dacian Empire and Roman provinces
Map of the Dacian Empire and Roman provinces
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Novi Sad - Serbia
Novi Sad - Serbia
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Serb in Bosnia Herzegovina
Serb in Bosnia Herzegovina
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Peter I King of Serbia / Stamp
Peter I King of Serbia / Stamp
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First Balkan War (1912 - 1913) - Hand-to-hand combat
First Balkan War (1912 - 1913) - Hand-to-hand combat
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Serbia - Belgrade - Prince Michael Street
Serbia - Belgrade - Prince Michael Street
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Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia
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Subotica, Serbia - early souvenir postcard
Subotica, Serbia - early souvenir postcard
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First Balkan War (1912 - 1913) - Hand-to-hand combat Featured Print

First Balkan War (1912 - 1913) - Hand-to-hand combat

Hand-to-hand combat during the First Balkan War as Greek troops overun a Turkish gun battery. The war lasted from October 1912 to May 1913, pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Montenegro, Greece, and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies, and achieved rapid success. As a result of the war, almost all remaining European territories of the Ottoman Empire were captured and partitioned among the allies, and an independent Albanian state set up. Despite their success, the Balkan states were unsatisfied with the peace settlement, and the tensions among them, with the unifying Ottoman threat gone, would soon result in the Second Balkan War

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Mrs Stobart and Serbian orderlies in retreat, WW1
Mrs Stobart and Serbian orderlies in retreat, WW1
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Serbian Shepherds
Serbian Shepherds
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Serbian soldier, WW1
Serbian soldier, WW1
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Military Manoeuvres on a Dining Table
Military Manoeuvres on a Dining Table
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Princess Karageorgevitch at the Villa Fiorentiana, Cannes
Princess Karageorgevitch at the Villa Fiorentiana, Cannes
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Calendar, December 1915, WW1
Calendar, December 1915, WW1
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Good Luck Serbia!
Good Luck Serbia!
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Scottish Womens Hospitals Elsie Inglis
Scottish Womens Hospitals Elsie Inglis
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Serbia spanks Austria 1914
Serbia spanks Austria 1914
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Serbian Militia from South Serbia / Macedonia
Serbian Militia from South Serbia / Macedonia
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King Peter I of Serbia - capture of Durres from the Ottomans
King Peter I of Serbia - capture of Durres from the Ottomans
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Serbian Carpet Weavers - Earls Court Exhibition
Serbian Carpet Weavers - Earls Court Exhibition
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Scottish Womens Hospitals Elsie Inglis Featured Print

Scottish Womens Hospitals Elsie Inglis

Shows the second unit from the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service, prior to their departure from Cardiff in April 1915. They stopped in Malta on 4th May, giving medical assistance at hospitals in Valetta and Bighi. They then travelled on to Serbia on 20th May and were based at Valjevo. Dr. Elsie Inglis, founder of the Scottish Women's Hospitals can be seen just below the large left-hand column. The Chief Medical Officer at Valjevo Camp was Dr. Alice Hutchison who described the send off from Cardiff Docks on the S. S. Ceramic. From the shore came, Are we downhearted? To which we replied with suitable vigour, no, no, no! Date: 1915

© The March of the Women Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Belgrade, Serbia - Lower city - Gate of Charles (Karl) VI - built as triumphal arch
Belgrade, Serbia - Lower city - Gate of Charles (Karl) VI - built as triumphal arch
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Aleksinac, Serbia
Aleksinac, Serbia
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Quay on the River Sava - Belgrade, Serbia
Quay on the River Sava - Belgrade, Serbia
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St Georges Church - Oplenac Hill, Topola, Serbia
St Georges Church - Oplenac Hill, Topola, Serbia
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Dr. Elsie Inglis Scottish Womens Hospitals
Dr. Elsie Inglis Scottish Womens Hospitals
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Scottish Womens Hospitals WW1
Scottish Womens Hospitals WW1
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Croatian Shepherd, playing a Frula
Croatian Shepherd, playing a Frula
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Mosque of Bayrakl?. Belgrade. Republic of Serbia
Mosque of Bayrakl?. Belgrade. Republic of Serbia
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REPUBLIC OF SERBIA. BELGRADE. Partial view of the Fort
REPUBLIC OF SERBIA. BELGRADE. Partial view of the Fort
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American tank
American tank
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Tanks
Tanks
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German tank
German tank
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Croatian Shepherd, playing a Frula Featured Print

Croatian Shepherd, playing a Frula

Croatian Shepherd, playing a Frula. The frula (also known as svirala or jedinka), is a musical instrument which resembles a medium sized recorder or flute, traditionally played in Serbia. It is typically made of wood and has six holes. It is an end-blown aerophone. The frula is a traditional instrument of shepherds, who would play while tending their flocks. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Angel on the front of the Orthodox Church Saborna Crkva
Angel on the front of the Orthodox Church Saborna Crkva
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Monument to France in gratitude to the French soldiers kille
Monument to France in gratitude to the French soldiers kille
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Parliament of Serbia
Parliament of Serbia
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Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). St. Petersburg. Departure of
Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878). St. Petersburg. Departure of
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Alexinatz evacuation. Serbia
Alexinatz evacuation. Serbia
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Belgrades flag
Belgrades flag
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Serbia. Belgrade. Bajrakli Mosque
Serbia. Belgrade. Bajrakli Mosque
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Cannons. Military Museum. Belgrade. Serbia
Cannons. Military Museum. Belgrade. Serbia
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Military Museum. Belgrade. Serbia
Military Museum. Belgrade. Serbia
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Kalemegdan Fortress. Belgrade. Serbia
Kalemegdan Fortress. Belgrade. Serbia
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The Victor Monument. Belgrade. Serbia
The Victor Monument. Belgrade. Serbia
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Serbia. Belgrade. Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel
Serbia. Belgrade. Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel
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