The heart of the untouched nature of Rtanj, a mysterious mountain that intrigues, fascinates and heals, is the home to one of the most beautiful and the rarest flowers in the world - Ramonda Serbica. Serbian Ramonda, a plant that was first scientifically described by Јosif Pančić, is capable of surviving in extremely harsh conditions. Namely, even when it is completely dried and after spending several years in stagnancy, Serbian Ramonda can be revived by just a few drops of water. Natalie’s Ramonda, known as “phoenix flower”, became a symbol of Serbian suffering during the Great Retreat of the First World War. The rebirth is related to the Serbia’s ability to get back on its feet after an exhausting battle.