Remains of last Yugoslav king arrive in Serbia
(MCT) — CHICAGO — Laid to rest in Chicago suburb of Libertyville more than 40 years ago, King Peter II of Yugoslavia long held the honor of being the only European monarch buried on U.S. soil. Now he also has the distinction of being the only European monarch disinterred from U.S. soil.
In a ceremony fit for, well, a king, the remains of the exiled leader arrived in Belgrade, Serbia, on Tuesday, where they were greeted by Serbian state and church leaders and the king’s son, Crown Prince Alexander, who had years ago requested the transfer of his father’s grave site.
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