This, my first postcard from the Balkan country of Serbia, comes from Renato. Renato tells me that Arandelovac is about 80 kilometers from the Serbian capital, Belgrade. At 376 square kilometers and a population of 46 000 people, it doesn’t seem to be one of the tiniest places in Serbia. The name of the town is quite pretty when translated and means, “The town of Archangel.” The area is well known for its springs and the production of mineral water and a large producer of bottled mineral water and other drinks is found in the town. I was pleased to see that the twin town of Arandelovac is Ptuj in Slovenia, of which I am also fortunate enough to have a postcard. Thanks Renato!