Author: Dromos |
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During the First World War, Vido served as a refuge for the Serbian army that retreated there by the allied forces ships from the homeland occupied by the Austrians and Bulgarians. During their stay, a large portion of Serbian soldiers died from exhaustion, food shortage, and different diseases. More than 5000 of them were buried at sea near the island of Vido.
The waters around Vido island are known by the Serbian people as the Blue Graveyard .
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