Belgrade | Photo Essay, March 2019

The Serbian capital in the heart of the Balkans is proudly standing between the East and West, with its unique mixture of the both. On the west side of the capital, the communist era architects and town planners built Novi Beograd brutal, and autocratically monumental. Contemporary Belgrade on the other side of the river is pretty picturesque. The white marble walls of the St. Sava Temple can be seen all over Belgrade, while the monumental Kalemegdan Fortress rises above the city on a ridge overlooking the confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers.

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