Saturday 3 August 2019

Belgrade, day 5

Today we walked out to Zemun, a former Austro-Hungarian border town on the shores of the Danube.

A new mall along the way 

Built between 1955 and 1961, the Palace of Serbia is used for government offices

"I love Serbia"

Interesting looking apartment blocks

The Air Force Command building in Zemun, a modernist structure built in 1935. It was damaged in a 1999 NATO attack.

The main square in Zemun

Gardoš Tower, built in 1896 to celebrate a thousand years of Hungarian settlement 

View from the tower, including the Danube river

A mural back in Belgrade

Propaganda posters in the World War 1 exhibit at the Historical Museum of Serbia

A very stern looking building

A more literal "zebra" crosswalk

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