Few weeks ago, I published the article Time Travel: A Photographic Journey through the Yugoslav Capital Belgrade, a photo series of Belgrade between the 50s and 80s. I promised to write about two more topics in honor of my Yugo-Nostalgia… Continue Reading →
The 6th of May is on the one hand the most meaningful feast for the Roma, who celebrate the return of springtime with a big festival and on the other hand, a very important Slava called Đurđevdan (ˈdʑuːrdʑeʋda:n) or in the… Continue Reading →
photos: Bojan Kovačević Those of you who have already been to Serbia’s capital know exactly what this city feels like. It’s vibrant, always busy, loud, sometimes even too crowded (especially the public transport) but also exciting, charming in its own… Continue Reading →
Bellegrade’s first YouTube channel video is out. ’10 Ways how to be a Belgrader’ is a video, showing some typical habits of people living in Belgrade.
This is a rather unusual but a fascinating story about a little Bagel bakery, which supports women, who have been victims of violence and human trafficking.
The 8th edition of the international queer film festival Merlinka will take place from December 8 to December 14, 2016.
Paris is always a good idea! This autumn Belgrade brings the City of Light to Karađorđeva Street in Savamala.
This surrealist piece of street art appeared 10 years ago at the corner of Kapetana Mišina and Simina Streets in Dorćol.
Nova Logika, an artists’ union, has opened its doors for artists, friends and hedonists in the woods of Belgrade.
From far away, the industrial part of Dobračina Street looks empty and boring. But if you come closer, you will discover lovely places.
Wanna do some unusual sightseeing? Take a magical ride with tram number 3.
BIGZ was the National Printing Institution of Yugoslavia but it is nowadays one of the most famous architectural buildings of Yugoslavian modern architecture.
Few weeks ago, “Go Vegan” graffitis appeared in the city.
Yesterday, on the 6th of May was an important day: Đurđevdan or in the language of the Roma: (H)ederlezi.
Belgrade has got a new hotspot, which you will love for sure.
Well, the most popular cake in Belgrade is the Moskva Šnit made by Hotel Moskva.
Kafana has its origin in the Ottoman Empire. It comes from the word kafa, which means coffee and is a local bistro that focuses on serving turkish coffee and alcohol beverages.
Serbian Christmas and Easter holidays apply the Julian calendar meaning that the Serbs celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January. There are a lot of intricate traditions varying from place to place. In a number of regions and areas, particularly in cities,… Continue Reading →
The Domestic coffee (domaća kafa), or also called: Serbian coffee (srpska kafa), Turkish Coffee (turska kafa) or Black Coffee (crna kafa) has its roots in Yemen (15th century).
The biggest Chinese migration to Serbia was in the 1990ies.
This is a story about the day, I started hating Vapiano at the Knez Mihailova Street.
The Republic Square is Belgrade’s most known square, located in the heart of the city center.
Dvorištance literally means little yard and was one of my favourite bars in Belgrade.