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Niš is a big city with a unique charm of a small town, the third largest city in Serbia, birthplace of Constantine the Great, and a must for history buffs. It is also a great […]

Kafana ? (Question Mark)

The Question mark kafana is the oldest kafana (traditional restaurant) in Belgrade. It is a small charming house built in the traditional Balkan style at the beginning of the 19th century, across the street from […]

Zepter museum

Serbia’s first private museum is an institution that holds numerous masterpieces of Serbian modern and contemporary artists. The museum was opened recently so it’s not as well-known among the local population as it should be. […]

Hotel Moskva ****

Hotel Moskva is a Belgrade landmark on it’s own, a great example of Secession architecture, located at the central Terazije square. Moskva is one of the oldest operating hotels in Serbia and it has been […]

A day in Belgrade – timelapse video

This beautiful timelapse video shows a day (and night) in Belgrade promoting it’s top landmarks. Enjoy and share so others can discover the beauties of Belgrade too. It took 60 days of shooting, 20.000 photos […]

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