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RTS Caravan [Pozarevac 2011.]
Serbia

"RTS Caravan - traveling, singing" this Monday was held in Pozarevac.


On a large stage in Pozarevac RTS Caravan will perform: Saban Saulic, Vesna Zmijanac, Goca Lazarevic, Darko Filipovic, Esma Redzepova, Danka Stojiljkovic, Dejan Jevđić Brass Orchestra and other performers of folk music.

Big hits to sing for two hours, accompanied by the National Ensemble RTS administered Branimir Djokic.

Interviewer Svetlana Aleksic.

Photo: Saša Stojanović

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Tags: rts; karavan; putujuci; pevajući; požarevac; serbia; srbija; concert; music; europe; vesna; zmijanac; folk
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