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... br> Among those monuments is Saint Sava’s Cathedral, which is still under construction. When completed, Saint Sava will be the largest Orthodox church anywhere in the world. It’s currently possible to enter the church, but it’s still just a big, empty, undecorated open space. It’s a big concrete modern construction and will never be anything like the marvels of Saint Peter’s Basilica, the Duomo in Florence, or the huge Gothic cathedrals all around Europe. ...
... is still recovering from recent wars (only 15-20 yrs ago) following the collapse of Yugoslavia. Both Novi Sad and Belgrade were bombed by NATO in 1999 due to Serbia's involvement in the Kosovo war and there were still many signs that the cities had not fully recovered - some buildings have been left in a bombed state as a reminder, and there are bridges still being rebuilt. In Novi Sad we explored the ...
... a cool bar I spotted in Skadarlika earlier in the week. I had a G&T and sat back and watched the evening disappear. A wonderful way to end my time in Belgrade.
When in Belgrade:
Opera restaurant - http://www.littlebay.rs/about.html
Some cool photos - http://www.buzzfeed.com/sofijazz/42-rea sons-you-should-never-visit-serbia-r6a0
Tesla Museum: http://www.tesla-museum.org/
Walking Tour: https://www.facebook.com/FREEBELGRADEWA LKINGTOURS
... it to me, so I didn’t look too hard as it appeared that all of Belgrade was pretty booked out anyway. Wrong decision. Always do you own research and then make your decision.
I found someone who had great reviews and decided that it would be ok to pay a little bit more to have my own room and bathroom. It was cheaper then what I would’ve paid for a 3 bed dorm in Slovenia.
But then the hostel started to warm on me, the people ...
... industrial centre for the area, did not assimilate without a struggle.
The Fortress of Belgrade shares a similar history, although the city of Belgrade was occupied and emptied of Serbians by the Turkish Ottoman empire from when it was conquered in 1521 until the year 1867 when the Turks withdrew from Belgrade and Serbia. However for 2000 years or more the fortress was subject to continuous sieges, battles, and conquests, and developed a series ...