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Dragan Todorović (Serbian Cyrillic: Драган Тодоровић) is a Serbian politician who was the vice-president of the Serbian Radical Party. He was the Radical Party representative in the Parliaments of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro. He was elected as a Radical Party representative in the Serbian ...


Dragan Todorović is a writer and multimedia artist. Until 1995 he lived in Yugoslavia, where he worked as a journalist, editor, and TV personality. Contents . [hide]. 1 Career; 2 Works. 2.1 Books; 2.2 Essays. 3 External links. Career[edit]. Between 1977 and 1995 Todorović published over 2,000 articles (commentaries,  ...


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Dragan Todorović. If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets. 202,550 Affection; 3,533,906 Photo Views; 18,020 Followers; 0 Following; Belgrade, Serbia. Follow Following That's you! website. Dragan Todorović. Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; StumbleUpon; Google+. Follow Following That's you !


Dragan Todorovic is an award-winning author and multimedia artist.


Sep 6, 2017 ... Dragan Todorovic is the author of eight books of fiction, creative non-fiction, essays and poetry. He is also a living proof that history has become faster than people: born in the communist Yugoslavia, without changing the ground beneath his feet he had lived in four different countries with three political ...


22 дец 2015 ... Jedan od osnivača SRS i dugogodišnji predsednik Izvršnog odbora Dragan Todorović i zvanično je napustio radikale.


When you sit down for a cup of tea to discuss all things photography with Dragan Todorovic, it is unlikely you will encounter words such as metering or aperture or exposure or calibration. Instead, you will speak of the unknown and the distant, of the philosophical and emotional plane, of shadows on the wall and the illusion ...


Dragan started photography back in the 80's through watching his uncle creating his own black and white photos in his darkroom in his hometown of Belgrade in Serbia. He was around twelve and his first camera was an extremely low-tech, fully manual plastic box which was capable of taking surprisingly decent photos.