Beograd Hotel

Balkanska 52, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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The Austrian Outpost of Zemun

A travel blog entry by londone7

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The last thing I needed to explore in Belgrade was the Austrian outpost of Zemun. I planned on coming yesterday but the rain was so bad I had to put it off. Today the rain was finally breaking so I could do this as my last thing

When the Turks occupied the fortress and the old town, the Austrians ...

Belgrade - It's the Bomb

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle

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... went to a really nice restaurant on the river, and over lunch Luke filled us in on the culture and the city of approximately 1.8M.

Serbians are fiercely proud and very friendly. Within days of his move, Luke was invited to several people's homes and his social life became almost too much to handle. It was a stark contrast from his time in Prague, where people were not very friendly.

The average salary for a Serb is around ...

This IS Belgrade

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa

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Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia, the former Republic of Yugoslavia. A myriad of influences have made Belgrade a fascinating, diverse, and very interesting city. The Ottoman Empire extended its influence to this part of Europe; it was also part of the Austro Hungarian Empire and most recently strongly influenced by the Soviet Union, to mention a few. After the multiple slice and dice of the former republic of Yugoslavia, Serbia is one of the European countries that shares ...

Day 4: Budapest to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by akadhikari

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... Slavs & Danube.

The first time I heard of Yugoslavia was when my father told me about NAM (Non Aligned Movement) of the third world. Josip Tito who was the president of the this country along with Nehru,Nassar,Sukarno & Nkrumah had founded it in Belgrade in early 1960s. It was an alliance of middle-course. The member states were to remain equidistant from both American and Soviet block. In Nepal, Birendra Shah, became King in 1972 he'd proposed Nepal to ...

Serbia

A travel blog entry by roryandshelley

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... Already knowing a little bit about the history of the area, but still intrigued, Rory and I have continued to do some more research into this period to decide what we think really went on. Keeping this a happy blog, I won’t start a political debate!

So! After the fortress, we headed back in to the town and spent our afternoon in a nice café enjoying spicy meatballs, Serbian nachos with sweet and sour sauce and fruit cake.
Just to quickly point out, this ...

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This hotel, located on Balkanska 52, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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