17 July 2015
Drina river flows through Serbia in length of 350 kilometers and an ideal habitat of rare birds and animals, lush vegetation on its banks. Although it is not navigable, is one of the most popular “attractions” of the Balkans, where every year gathers crowd engaged in rafting and kayaking in the waters.
“The house of rock” is known to the inhabitants of the city Bajina Bašta, which stretches to the river valley, as one of the most bizarre residential area, inhabited only certain times of the year when kayaking and rafting waters river located in … forte!
It is a small wooden house that stands “all alone” at the top of a cliff that overlooks the waters of the River, “starring” in a stunning landscape all year round.
A canoe and a life jacket that “appear” at times on the outside of the house and small repairs on the roof and the building suggest that occasionally inhabited or individual lovers of rafting make a stop there to admire the view.