I already mentioned Boogie the photographer on this website before. Boogie has recently moved to Serbia and he takes some great pictures of his neighborhood, while setting up a studio in Belgrade – take a look, explore it and enjoy. Be sure to check out his other blog too.
Girl from the West gives all of you ladies out there six reasons to marry a guy from the Balkans. Great article, and the discussion continues in the comments. (found via @PeckoPivo)
In this new photoblog, launched just a couple of hours ago, six photo-guys want to let you know how they see Belgrade through their [mostly analog] cameras: Belgrade Raw. Check it out.
The Economist features this brilliant article about the awkward situation ex-Yu former enemy countries are now in – forced to trade mostly with one another, because of the huge, 23 million people market. It’s a good development, nevertheless, and it’s awkward only for the nationalists anyway. And you know what
There’s a new blog in town, about the town. The town of Belgrade. Meet Retro(bel)grade blog. So far: several promising posts and a condensed history of Belgrade for you perverts out there who like that sort of thing.
From the Schlechte karten blog: “This is an experiment, compilation started half year ago, when I participated in a trip with a self-assembled raft on the river Sava with some friends (starting near Banja Luka with final destination Belgrade). There the idea crossed my mind, to collect or gather some
First of all, the screaming title is there just to get your attention for a somewhat important announcement – if you are linking from your site to the old Belgraded address, (belgrade.org.yu), a quick note to let you know that you are now sending your readers to nowhere – that
Who’s a believer and who’s careful about their predictions for the newly elected President of the US? Let’s see what Serbian or Serbian-based bloggers think.
Dear readers, did you miss me? I sure did miss updating you on stuff that goes on in Belgrade, Serbia and the region. Lack of time, money, food and drugs all necessary to keep the blog going struck all at the same time. But the break was used wisely –
I have just been informed by Ed that there is a competition at Fistful of Euros blog – and it seems that Belgrade 2.0 is also nominated in the Best Weblog about Southeastern Europe cathegory. Infact, Ed is our main competitor as it seems so far So go on, go