Since I arrived in Belgrade I’ve googled for some pictures of the city just to find out about the most interesting locations and best photo motifs. Of course I’m going to share them with you
The above has been taken from the International Space Station by the NASA astronaut Anatoli Alekseyevich Ivanishin. In the center on the left you can see the two biggest parts of the city, Novi Beograd (New Belgrade) and Zumun. On the right is “old” Belgrade with its many districts.
“Trg republike” (Republic Square) or as young people like to call it “kod konja” (at the horse), is in the city center. The photo was taken in the times of Yugoslavia – the parking lot is no longer there.
A new bridge leading to the “Ada Ciganlija“ (an island on Sava river).
Source: Voices from Russia
“Badnjak” (a thick branch or log) which is burned on the orthodox Christmas Eve.
Party rafts on Sava, opposite to the “Kalemegdan” Fortress
Temple of Saint Sava.
Gardos tower in Zemun.
“Statue of Victory”, “Kalemegdan” Fortress
West Gate, Belgrade.
East Gate, Belgrade.
St. Marko’s Church, Belgrade.
Fancy a trip to Belgrade?