Dear Željka, dear Victar,
continuing your conversation regarding Tesla's name in Cyrillic, I have uploaded http://www.geni.com/photo/album/5148133583340024239?album_id=600000... pictures taken by my uncle few years ago on the graveyard in Gospic, where my grand grand mother is buried and next to her grave are the graves of Nikola's Tesla parents.
As Serbs we do use both cyrillic & latin, but as you can see, Nikola made inscriptions in cyrillic, beside the fact that they were only orthodox, and his father was a head of Gospic parish, at that time living in Austro-Hungary they were allowed to write in cyrillic. Later, in the beginning of WWI cyrillic use was banned by AH impire and was allowed only in orthodox church. Nowdays Serbs use latin as well as cyrillic, I would say even more because of new technologies which are mostly based on latin fonts & keyboards.