2 versions of this documentary, in Serbian and in English, on the same DVD!
In the Village of Viševac, in the mid-18th century, Black George was born, the father of modern Serbia. Initiator of the Serbian revolution in 1804 year, Karadjordje was killed by Serbian hand in 1817, only a few killometers away, in the village that then as now based the name of Radovanje, in english "Rejoicing". Karađorđe's bones formally buried in three locations, rest today on mount Oplenac abowe the town of Topola, in the mausoleum of the Karađorđević dynasty. Little is known in the outside world about this Serbian shrine and the early 19th century Serbian revolution.