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I have to agree with Vanjagenije. I really don't see how a person, no matter how historically significant, can be considered a national symbol... thats just weird. Also the "places" section really just belittles other less well known places in Serbia. Buttons (talk) 02:28, 17 September 2010 (UTC)
This version is reverted not because it's bad, but because we have to make a consensus first, before making such a radical change. Personally, I agree with monuments and persons, but I can hardly agree that cevapcici and pljeskavica are national symbols of Serbia, nor can I agree with wolves and eagles being national symbols. User:Vanjagenije 11:30, 13 October 2010 (UTC)
Guys, what the heck are you doing? Stop edit warring. Vanja, i don't agree with you. dishes and animals are national symbols. We may see more at the main article about this. Also, you may present new ideas about dishes, as i really think that this is ours most known ones. Please, explain your reasoning. --WhiteWriter speaks 14:21, 13 October 2010 (UTC)