So the new bridge over the Ada is completed, and the parts of Belgrade Cukarica (on the old side) and Bezanijska kosa (on the new Belgrade side) are finally connected. The bridge is yet to be opened for traffic, but first things first – how do we name the bridge?
Coworking office spaces are a relatively new trend among the freelance and scholar crowd. The idea is simple – that independent professionals and those with workplace flexibility work better together than they do alone. The idea of opening one such place in Belgrade is not new, but so far there
The term “Belgradization” (Beogradizacija) exists for a couple of decades now and is a pejorative way of saying that of all the places in Serbia, only Belgrade is developing, while all the other towns and villages are slowly dying. Not only economically – Belgrade is the only place in Serbia
Walking around in Belgrade Belgrade city center is fairly small, so if you’re not in a rush, this is probably the best way to explore it in detail. When you find yourself on the corner of some two streets with signs either non-existing or, even worse – written in Cyrillic
Pesnicenje, or active poetry training, as the organizers like to call it, is a relatively new urban event. The idea is to allow for poets and poets-to-be, as well as to everyone who feels like a poet, to read their work in front of live audience. Poetry reading sounds boring,
New city authorities decided, after one study by the Belgrade’s Forestry Faculty to cut down almost 329 (three hundred and twenty nine) plane trees and in their place plant young new trees. See what remained after the trees were cut down.
After B92 ran a story on it, I’ve come to conclusion that this has got to be one of the least visible monuments in the world, which is even more accented by the fact that it’s not exactly small, and that it’s located in a busy street. It’s as if
Belgrade just got three new murals by famous artist from this field. Making of murals was made under the patronage of BELEF, Belgrade music summer festival. First, an abstract city portrait by M-City in Durmitorska street 16: photo by Vandalog. See more detailed photo’s on M-City’s own website. Than another
Since Belgrade is pretty cheap and generally a party city, where are all those stags and hens roaming the Belgrade streets and passing out drunk on them?
Today, many regard New Belgrade as a giant sleeping dorm – with over half a million people living there, it is the biggest municipality in Serbia. In comparison to all these people living here, it has always suffered with cultural offer – not enough cinemas, theaters, restaurants, Belgrade cafes, not enough anything – save buildings.