Visitors from Southeast Europe


How cool is it to have visitors from other parts of the world?

This week, several students will see comments have been left on their blogs from students in Mrs. Milacic’s class in Kragujevac, Serbia. We’ll spend some class time this week learning more about that country.  What do we want to know about Serbia?

Meanwhile, check out this photo of Belgrade, the capital city there:

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Would you like to read and comment on the blogs of Marija, Andrea, Vlada, Milica, Tamara, Janko, Tamara, Stasa, Tijana, Jana, Bogdan, Luka, Dimitrije, and Djole?  You’ll find those links on the sidebar of their class blog…but first you’ll want to use the Google translate widget on the class blog’s home page to translate their work into English!  Check out the students’ “About Me” pages and find someone who has interests similar to yours!

Image Credit, Map: By Dgaulle (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

9 thoughts on “Visitors from Southeast Europe

    • Thank you, Juranga. When we visit that link, we see many blog posts, but we aren’t sure which ones are yours. Do you have your own individual blog?

  1. I thought that was a really cool place to research and I may want to look it up. I also have one question, what is the population?

  2. I think it’s cool that you’re into geography. Also that you wanna know more about it. Why’s your favorite thing about it?

    • We’re just now learning about Serbia, but so far we are very pleased to find out that it is the world’s largest exporter of raspberries! Wow! Who knew?

  3. Hello Mrs. Kriese
    Thank you for your post about our country. It is very kind of you. We are at the beginning of blogging and have no experience so it’s going to be our pleasure to learn from you. We are looking forward for your visit and our cooperation.

    • Good to hear from you, Mrs. Gordana! Several of our students plan to visit your students’ blogs in the next couple of days. We are glad to see you have a translator widget on your blogs!

      Tomorrow we will post some of what we thought we knew about Serbia, and then some of what we now actually know because we read up on it!

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