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Belgrade Wealth Forum 2017

Belgrade Wealth Forum 2017

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A Fairy Tale That Could Come to Life with Your Help

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Collaboration beyond Ego - A Belgrade Leadership Masterclass

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Meaning of the “Šargan Mountain Railway” for Serbian Tourism

MOKRA GORA – Momčilo Sotirović, retired director of the Railway Museum in Belgrade, told the The House of Good News Internet News about the importance of the renewal of the ‘Šargan Mountain Railway,’ for Serbia’s tourism. He said a short film had been shot about Mokra Gora and presented at a festival in France and the Tourist Fair in Vienna, followed by numerous international and domestic trade festivals.

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Japanese Railway Fans Spur Restoration of the “Šargan Mountain Railway”

BELGRADE, MOKRA GORA – “It’s a little-known fact that railway fans from Japan helped arouse in the early 1990s interest in the restoration of the once famous ‘Šargan Mountain Railway,’ which was closed in 1974”, architect Momčilo Sotirović, then the director of the Museum and a participant in the line's reconstruction, told The House of Good News Internet News.

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