Belgrade 24.08.2018


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I got to Belgrade already in a very late night, so the first thing I've explored was my apartment. Interesting building with old-styled stucco.

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Old elevator where one has to open doors manually.

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Public transport was heavily loaded in morning hours.

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Some sights were not available due to constructions works (:

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There are many flags throughout the city.

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Knez Mihailova Street -- main walking street. Though it wasn't full of people during the daytime.

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Musician. He sang really well. I enjoyed.

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Local chess players.

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Belgrade fortress was a good hiding place during Turkish Osages. Nevertheless the city was conquered several times.

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Under the fortress walls there is Sava and Danube rivers merge. I thought Danube will be much bigger in this place.

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Fortress walls.

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Even in central sights like the Fortress in Belgrade they open services for people like this tennis playground.

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City walls are often full of graffiti.

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Drinking water. It was way too hot (+35C), so it was a very useful thing.

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Narodna skupština. National Assembly. Looks like they still aren't happy about Kosovo situation. At least it's peaceful now.

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The city is fully recovered after bomb attacks by NATO. The only building left as reminder is Yugoslav Ministry of Defence building.

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Churches.

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Interior leaves a good impression. Gazprom helps a lot to the construction. 4M euro which had to be peoples money (:

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There are a lot of bakeries in the city. Tourist always can easily find one to avoid death by hunger.

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Old tram. Some cars are even older.

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Mini market.

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Old air condition systems is a city disaster. A lot of them leak and water turns into puddles. It's better to keep distance from the walls.

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Architecture.

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