By Patrick Nicholson
11 year old Balyos at a camp organised
by the Ecumenical Humanitarian Organisation to break down barriers between
Serb and Croat children
Petrovaradin Fortress dominates the city
of Novi Sad in Serbia.
Built on vertical rock on the banks of
the Danube, the castle once marked a dividing line between East and West,
Orthodox and Roman Catholicism, Muslim Ottoman and Christian Hapsburg empires.
From its medieval ramparts, there is
a spectacular panoramic view of Novi Sad, with its numerous church spires