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Tuesday, 01 July 2014 12:46

NTO Serbia launches 'Serbia Events' app

Identifying Serbia's festivals and events as a fundamental segment of the country's tourism product, the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia (NTO Serbia) has developed a brand new mobile app entitled 'Serbia Events', in a bid to inform tourists and the wider community of upcoming occasions. The development of the newly introduced app was funded by the Open Society Foundation. The app will enable tourists and…
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