Remember that article about a girl saving a young man from committing suicide by jumping off Branko’s bridge in Belgrade? The bridge caught the news reporters’ attention again after a suicide prevention has been installed on it. The suicide prevention method is an inventive one, although I’m not sure how
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
Some good news – Belgrade gets its first street newspaper this month. Monthly magazine will be called Lice Ulice, cost 100 dinars (1 EUR) and half of the profits will go to homeless individuals who will act as street vendors. I’ve almost stopped buying paper editions of magazines, but I’ll
Luca Donnini is an Italian photographer. Last week, he put up an unannounced small street exhibition in the little passageway connecting Nusiceva street with the Nikola Pasic square. Surprisingly enough, next morning the posters were gone. Here’s an explanation from Luca’s website: “Friday night we stuck up the photographs till 2.30 am.
Everyday for several weeks now (if the weather allows), a group of people with seemingly nothing in common gathers around the Terazijska cesma monument in front of hotel “Moskva” and silently does their thing. What are they doing, young and old of both sexes, mingling about, exchanging some goods? Is
From Bezanijska Kosa to city center it usually takes around 20 minutes, if you’re lucky with the traffic. This guy, however, managed to get there in under 8 minutes during one of many Belgrade’s rush hours:
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.
So—is it? But what if we’re not talking about a theoretical politician but about an ultraconservative right-wing chauvinistic tycoon-politician who kicks journalists and threatens people? Velimir Velja Ilic, the beaten party in the video is perhaps the best known representative of its kind in Serbia, but among the politicians and
Nice video made of pictures taken from web cam at Beograd.com over Terazije street in Belgrade: video by Jazzva. Another great link via @jazzva for you guys to check – 24 one-minute films depicting 24 hours of life in Belgrade. It’s a must-see.
It doesn’t rain that very often in Belgrade, but once it does, be careful when you try to cross the street. See what happens to this poor girl: