Bucharest, Romania—old city church
Votive candles in courtyard
The Village Museum—sample of old houses.
Docked at Viden, Bulgaria; bus to Belogradchik rocks
Monument to war with Byzantines.Arbansi: visit church with icons
dock at Russe, Bulgaria; bus to Veliko Tarnova(old capital)
Cruising through Carpathian Mountains
105 AD marker—road built by Romans now on Serbian side.
Romanian Monestary–rebuilt 1800’s
Modern carving—King Decebalus conquered by Traijan.
Belgrade, Serbia—Church of St. Dimitri
Castle on Serbian side
Prince Michael—pointing south as a reminder to free rest of Serbs
Kalemegdan Fortress; Turks built to control Sava and Danube Rivers
Merger of Sava and Danube Rivers (island is in the Danube)
Croatia; toured Citadel and Rising of the Cross Church
Patron Saint of Victims of the plague.
Monument—Thanks for deliverence from the plague.
Kalocsa, Hungary—noted for paprika and horses. St. Joseph Church.
Bakodpuszta Equestrian Center; showed skills of horses and riders.
Budapest, Hungary; St. Matthias Church.
Hotel built on ruins of old church; Parliament across Danube with cruise ships.
Fisherman’s Bastian behind St. Matthias Church.