Friday 2 August 2019

Belgrade, day 4

Another day wandering through Belgrade

Coffee at Starbucks

Princess Ljubica's Residence, court of the Serbian Obrenović dynasty, now a museum

St. Michael's Cathedral, a Serbian Orthodox Church that could pass for an Austrian Catholic church

A memorial at the site of the former Sajmiste concentration camp

New development along the Sava river

The old railway station, also being redeveloped

This engine originally belonged to the "Blue Train" that Josip Tito used on his trips around Yugoslavia and beyond

The Sutjeska I and II building ruins which housed the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Yugoslavia, until they were destroyed by NATO bombing in 1999

The Central Post Office

Church of St. Mark, a Serbian Orthodox church

Interior of Church of St. Mark

Buildings fronting Nikola Pašić Square

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