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In Bulgaria, Elitsa & Stoyan Lit a Fire With Water

Elitsa Todorova and Stoyan Yankoulov began working together seven years ago. She is a prodigal singer and percussionist; he is a master of the drums. Both had strong careers before they started collaborating, but a few years after they started recording together, they became a smash hit and was Bulgaria’s choice for the annual Eurovision song contest in 2007.

Serbia Promotes Ecotourism

When you think about ecotourism, visits to the Costa Rica rain forest or an exotic Thailand beach comes to mind. Eastern Europe, especially the Balkans, are far off the radar. But Ecotourism Serbia is working to combine conservancy with protection of its country’s historical and cultural heritage.

A Town in Montenegro Heals

Like other European states, Montenegro has suffered from its share of pollution and kindred environmental problems. At the same time, its mountainous terrain is packed with recreational opportunities, from its stunning coast to idyllic mountains. One town that could see a surge in tourism is Mojkovac, only 65 miles from the nation's capital, Podgorica.
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