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Marš niz Drinu 2011
Serbia

Dvadeset hiljada ljudi u 1.500 čamaca plovilo juče rekom u koloni dugoj deset kilometara


BAJINA BAŠTA - To Drina još nije videla!
Sa zastavama, trubačima, gusari iz Lađevaca i sa topom na splavu, u čamcima, brodićima, ali i na običnim gumama, 20.000 ljudi u oko 1.500 plovila spustilo se je juče Drinom od Perućca, pored Skelana, Bajine Bašte, pa posle - dokle je ko stigao! Kad je zagrmeo „Marš na Drinu“, a stotine plovila ponela matica, kad su sa čamaca grunuli trubači, kad su zapucale petarde, sve se u trenutku pretvorilo u do sada neviđeni karneval na reci, marš niz Drinu, eksploziju radosti, oduševljenja...

- Volim ovu opuštenost na reci, druženje sa ovim ljudima, iz godine u godinu sve je bolje - kaže Goran Milanović, vatrogasac iz Čačka. Bilo je posada iz Crne Gore, Slovenije, Hrvatske, Republike Srpske...

Text source: (Z. Š.) Kurir

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