Serbs in Austria Date Back to the 17th Century

In the 1600s, Vienna was a cultural center for the Serbian people. Today, the glorious past of the intellectual elite is coming back in large strides.

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Vesna Špirić
Vesna Špirič is an English and Serbian language teacher and a passionate preserver of Serbian cultural heritage. She founded the Club of Young Artists in Vienna and is interested in theater and dancing. Instagram: @tender_spring

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