Villa Nevenka

Luke Vojvodica 24, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | Villa
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The perks of being handicapped

A travel blog entry by bwells


... all day and never let up, so even though I had to get pushed through the streets of Belgrade to find the flag I wanted, it was found in plenty of time for mass. Now, because Serbia is an Eastern European country, they don't have mass like we do in the states and in Austria or just about the rest of Europe for that matter. While we use the Latin Rite, they use the Greek Rite. We call ourselves Roman Catholic, they call themselves Byzantine Catholic. It's all the ...

The White City

A travel blog entry by jsarracino


... as gym-type equipment. For children, there is playground equipment. The children's areas are broken up into toddlers' area and older elementary school-age kids' area. I did not get a picture of both the kids' areas and only took the ones I did at a distance. I didn't want to make any parents feel odd.

Comi got back with Katarina and the children, and we proceeded to catch up a ...

All of our Precious Bodily Fluids

A travel blog entry by ssfahring


... It seemed strangely fitting considering we live in what is left of the Ottoman Empire.

We wound our way through the strange statues on the ground of the Republic Square. The group went to the Bohemian quarter of Belgrade and tried some rakia - plum brandy. The area looked nice, but the part Steve and I were most baffled about was the road sign...that included the moon. We also spotted Victor and mascot of the city. He is a naked man with ...


A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... was great to see greenery again. From the hostel it was a nice walk along the river to the historic center of Belgrade and to Kalamagden Park, where the Belgrade Fortress sits. The fortress is the center and oldest part of Belgrade and dates back to the 3rd century. It has since passed under the control of the Romans, Byzantines, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Serbs, Turks, Austrians, and finally back to ...

Belgrade Day #2

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... exhibit of numerous batons that were carved and painted for Tito and given to the comrade president each year on his birthday. Relays were staged throughout the country to bring these batons to Tito in Belgrade.

The final museum is the Old Museum, which presents an ethnographic collection of presents given to Tito by the peoples of Yugoslavia and foreign countries. The Old Museum contains nine exhibits of themed gifts including ...


This villa, located on Luke Vojvodica 24, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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