Sava Dunavic and Ramonda

A robot influencer from space called Sava Dunavic got really interested in Serbia and Earth and it's architecture. Since he traveled around a lot and came to earth, he wanted to learn more about it and make a video to get his followers all over the universe to see that. One day he got into his spaceship with just one thought: to make a vlog on Earth. Once he got there he landed in western city gate and there an interesting figure waited for him. It was Ramonda. She welcomed Dunav Savic to Belgrade and agreed to help him with his video. She decided to bring him to Belgrade to see some of the most interesting brutalist buildings and help him film it.

Sava Dunavic is our adventurous intergalactic influencer. He is built like a brutalist building, and wants to help Serbia to improve tourism and to show people famous Belgrade Brutalist buildings to his followers.. The Sava river, with a natural reserve park that has been protected since the 19th century, is a river of exceptional beauty and uniqueness for Serbia. The nation's capital was erected above the confluence of the Sava into the Danube, on a place where today the old and the new part of Belgrade meet. Just in front of the confluence lies a „sea“ - the Belgrade sea. The name of the river comes from the ancient Greek word “sa”, “sos” meaning strong. Adding the -ava, the Sava is a powerful river that pours nectar and feeds Zeus (the Danube) with ambrosia thus making him immortal. Danube River, river, the second longest in Europe after the Volga. It rises in the Black Forest mountains of western Germany and flows its long 2,850 km to its mouth on the Black Sea. Along its course it passes through 10 countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.

Ramonda is his robot friend named after the flower Ramonda. It's a rare species known for its durability. It's also known for being able to survive under very tough conditions (like it can live in between rocks) and the rumor is that even if it dies it can be revived if a little water is poured over it. That's why some people call it a “phoenix flower”. This flower is symbol of the Serbian state that rose after World War I and resumed its progress, whereas the Albanian Retreat medal represents the unprecedented suffering of the Serbian people in this war usually described as the Albania's golgotha. It shows how serbian people were strong and how they survived through bad times.