Radoslav lives in the suburbs of Nis, the third largest city of Serbia.
Nis was settled in pre-Roman times, but reached its peak during the years of the roman empire.
Constantine the Great (AD 280–337) was born here, as were two other Roman emperors, Constantius III and Justin I.
Nowadays, Nis is a lively city of curious contrasts, where Roma in horse-drawn carriages trot alongside new cars, and posh cocktails are sipped in antiquated alleyways.
It's a buzzy kind of place, with a high number of university students, packed-out laneway bars, a happening live-music scene, and pop-up markets and funfairs come summertime.
With more than 200 DXCC worked and confirmed,
Radoslav is an accomplished operator.
He is proud of the numerous awards that he has won in various radio events.
His working conditions consists of an emperor shogun transceiver and a vertical antenna with 6 radials.
When he is not transmitting or swling from his shack, Radoslav enjoys visiting his radio friends from Serbia or Bosnia and Herzegovina.
We are looking forward to hear you activating your DXCC and we hope to be in your log for 45 CI/DX.
Good luck Radoslav !