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polaroidDuško Radović (November 29, 1922 - August 16, 1984) was a Serbian children's writer, poet, journalist, aphorist and TV editor. For more information on this outstanding author, please visit: https://sites.google.com/site/projectgoethe/Home/dusko-radovic. This website also offers you some translations (into English or German) of some of his legendary aphorisms and poems.


Miroslav – Mika Antić (March 14, 1932 – June 24, 1986), a Serbian poet, movie director, journalist and painter. In order to view the following page correctly you are required to understand Serbian. miroslavantic.blogspot.com


Ortodox Celts

Orthodox Celts is a Serbian band which plays Irish folk music combined with rock elements. Despite their unusual sound the band is currently one of the top acts of the Serbian rock scene and has influenced several younger bands, most notably Tir na n'Og and Irish Stew of Sindidun.

The band started their career performing traditional Irish songs and, gradually, introduced more and more of their own material (lyrics mostly written by the band's frontman Aleksandar "Aca Celtic" Petrović, music mostly written by band's violinist Ana Đokić). All their songs are in English, but the group has composed some purely instrumental songs as well.

The band traditionally celebrates St. Patrick's Day with a large concert in Belgrade. The band also traditionally performs on the Belgrade Beer Fest, and is the only act that has appeared on every Belgrade Beer Fest so far (except Belgrade Beer Fest 2004, when their performance was canceled due to bad weather).

For more information about this band, visit the following web pages:

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