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... on banners, were the pictures of some of those killed in the NATO bombings of 1999, a pretty clear indication that there are still sensitivies about the NATO actions. We then rejoined the major street which ran between our hotel and the Kalemegdan Fortress and Park and walked toward the park.
Along the way we made a slight detour to visit the Orthodox Church. It was beautiful, ...
... of the Shopping Mall, just up the road, which is the biggest in Belgrade and as well as shops has a 12 theatre Cinema Complex. I don't often get the opportunity to go and see movies, but when the conditions are right, I take advantage of them. The conditions in the last week have been 35 to 40 degree days, and cheap cinema tickets. So when it has been too hot to go anywhere I have headed to my airconditioned shopping mall and taken in a movie or two.......
... a walk down to the a couple of bombed buildings to the south of the city which were also marked on on map. Again these buildings were unbelievable, you could see where the bombed went straight through the roof. After here I walked back to the cathedral to take a few more pictures of it because this day was a lot more nicer than the day before. I then took a long walk to the other side of the river where I then took a walk through the Ušće park which lead to a shopping ...
... round us (yes, the towels we brought as we planned to lie on the beach area by the lake in the glorious sunshine!) After stopping for a coffee when the rain got too bad, we then headed back to the hostel to prepare for the big game that evening. That's right, Thursday nights can only mean one thing, Europa League and therefore the mad hunt to try and find a game. Coincidently I happened to be in Belgrade when Partizan played the 1st leg of their Europa League ...
... the tourist attraction.
I can't leave this blog on Belgrade without mentioning Tito. He was not born here but he is buried here as a hero. On our tour it was mentioned that Tito took no salary as leader and, when he died, he left little money for his family. The country decided to put his wife under house arrest accusing her of treason. This was later rescinded but it meant she spent 20 years of her life in poverty. When we were ...