National Geographic : 1930 Sep
COLOR BRIGHTENS RUSTIC LIFE IN JUGOSLAVIA SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF ROMANY So great is the Serbian gypsies' love of music that their violins accompany them wherever they go. The gypsy soldiers on occasions have even taken the instruments into battle with them. The wood stacked in the yard has a covering of straw to keep it dry. © National Geographic Society iNatural-tolor rnotograpns oy t-nas riiaenorana REMINDERS ARE FREQUENT OF DAYS WHEN THE TURK RULED THIS LAND Many of the buildings of southern Jugoslavia are of Moslem architecture and recall the fact that for five centuries Turkish power was supreme there. Except among the mountains, the climate is mild in this region and wood is largely used for fuel.