Saint Petka's (Paraskeva) Chapel, Belgrade, Serbia. The church was built on top of a spring that is believed to be miraculous. It was completed on St Petka’s Day (also known as Paraskeva) and the spring waters are believed to be beneficial to women. When the foundations were being dug, numerous bones were found belonging to Serbian soldiers who had perished in the defense of Belgrade in 1914-1915, which were transferred to a specially-built ossuary in the walls beneath Jakšić’s Tower.
Oh boy, how dreamy is this tiny house in Serbia? It belongs to a little local kayak club and each summer when the water levels of the Drina River are low, the locals enjoy fun-packed days full of sporting events and river BBQ’s from the porch of this little spot. Gorgeous, isn’t it? xo