After the U21 football game between Serbia and England, which ended with racist chants yelled by a great number of Serbian fans to black English players, England’s got beef with Serbia. According to the British tabloids, that is. If you read British tabloids, you may really begin to believe Serbia
Some discrepancies between Novak Djokovic and his father, Srdjan. This is what Novak wrote on his facebook page last night in Serbian (translated by me): I want to dedicate this victory, like all the others before, to my country and to each and every one of you in equal measure.
Remember this initiative four years ago to name a street in Belgrade after Milan Mladenovic, one of the greatest rock artists from former Yugoslavia? The initiative was a success in Belgrade eventually, and now, Zagreb in Croatia, Mladenovic’s birthplace will get a street named after him too. As much as
Somebody found a picture of this old article from 1938. about a new type of train that manages the distance between Belgrade and Zagreb in only 4 hours. The reason this photo has been massively shared on the Balkan part of the Internet today is that today, 74 years later,
“Geto – tajni zivot grada” (Ghetto – the secret life of the city) is a documentary from 1995 told from the perspective of Goran Čavajda “Čavke”, well known rock musician from Serbia at the time. It tells about the rock, alternative and “underground” scene in Belgrade during the worst period
A small gesture of support to Japanese people from Belgrade – several hundred people gathered at the Republic Square, dressed in white and red clothes to form a Japanese flag. photo by Branimir Milovanovic, click for bigger pic Serbian people generally have a lot of gratitude towards Japan, country that
Have you ever wondered about why there are so many towns called Belgrade in the USA? I’m sure you did. The same question was obviously on director Miodrag Kolaric’s mind too, when he decided to visit all five Belgrades in the states. You can find out more about this interesting