The green green grass of home.
Photography: Jessie Rodger
Creating a Regional Tourism Centre at Senjski Rudnik mine in central Serbia – an EU Project in association with the Government of Serbia.
Senjski Rudnick is a small mining village about 2 hours drive south of Belgrade, the Serbian capital. The settlement is set in beech wood covered hills and dates back to the opening of the Alexander shaft in 1853. Its significance is that this was the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in Serbia. Unfortunately although the coal mine in the village is still in operation, the village suffers from depopulation and the houses, school and other properties are in a very poor condition.