Reuters have made a report from Subotica, city in northern part of Serbia, Vojvodina, bordering with Hungary, about a local ‘black market’ where people buy and sell stuff without paying taxes to the state. It may look to an uninformed viewer, upon watching the video, as if this market is
Is Belgrade an expensive city to live in? According to a recent research conducted by a Serbian institute, no. What do you think, is Belgrade expensive? Have your say in the comments, foreigners and locals alike.
Did you know that there is a real Egyptian mummy in Belgrade? I didn’t. No wonder, though, because there was no real effort to promote it so far, hell, there was no effort even to conserve/preserve it (what’s the appropriate expression?) properly.
Well, Christmas finally arrived. From our Orthodox colleagues in the East instead of the warm congrats comes a cold shower – Russia and Ukraine have gas issues and we have to pay for it – by freezing our butts off because the gas supply was cut off somewhere in Hungary.