Bata's home-town - Post cards from Belgrade

The monument to Prince Mihailo Obrenovic errected in 1882. It was made by the Florentine sculptor Enrico Pazzi. The National Theatre building is in the background.

The confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube. The Big War Island in the background.

The Belgrade fortress with the monument entitled Victor. The fortress was first built in the 2nd century, but it has been destroyed and ruibuilt many times until the 18th century. The bronze statue of a man with a falcon was made by Ivan Mestrovic in 1913, and was errected in the Belgrade fortress in 1928.

Belgraders have the privilege to have in their close vicinity oases of virgin nature, which attract both the capital’s inhabitants and its visiotrs who seek some peace and quiet. A bridge across the River Sava and the contours of the Beogradjanka Business Centre in the background.

Belgrade balconies

The residence of Prince Milos Obrenovic in the suburbs of Topcider. It was built from 1831 to 1834 by master architects Janja Mihailovic and Nikola Djordjevic.


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