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Transcript of Belgrade
With impressive views over the Danube and Sava rivers, the Belgrade Fortress and the Kalemegdan Park together represent a cultural monument of exceptional importance, the area where various sport, cultural and arts events take place, and are fun and joy for all generations of Belgraders and numerous visitors of the city. The Victor Monument This recognisable Belgrade monument is dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the breach of the Thessaloniki Front. Skadarlija-The Old Bohemian Quarter of Belgrade The old bohemian quarter of Belgrade dates back to late 19th and early 20th century. It was back then when its kafane (taverns and restaurants) were a meeting place for many of the greatest figures of the cultural scene of the period. It is often compared with the Montmartre in Paris, both for its appearance and the cheerful, vigorous artists' atmosphere. The National Assembly The National Assembly of Serbia is located in the city center of Belgrade, in front of Pioneer's Park, on the Nikola Pašić Square. It was built in the Classical style with Renaissance elements, with rich interior (architectural and artistic) decoration, made by, at that time, most famous artists and craftsmen. This impressive building is one of the most important achievements of recent Serbian architecture. The Royal Palace The Royal Palace was the home of King Alexander I and King Peter II. Today The Royal Palace is the home of Crown Prince Alexander and his family. The Old Palace, the Royal Palace of the Obrenović dynasty of Serbia, presently housing the City Assembly of Belgrade, was built between 1882 and 1884. The Old Palace Knez Mihailova Street This the main pedestrian zone is under state protection as one of the oldest and most valuable architectural monuments containing a series of representative buildings and private houses built in the late 1880's. Shopping in Belgrade Knez Mihailova Street Delta City Ušće Shopping Center Belgrade offers quality shopping opportunities, similarly to other European capitals. Shopping opportunities are many and varied. Large and luxurious Western-style shopping malls and supermarkets are gaining in Belgrade and Serbia, but there is also traditional way of buying apples from the greengrocer, meat from the butcher, bread from the bakery. Belgrade's main street, Knez Mihailova and its surrounding area, is decked out with all the usual shops, where you can find all the well-known Serbian and global brand. The Center is not only the largest shopping center in Belgrade but also the largest center in the region. The shopping gallery accommodates approx. 150 shops, restaurants and leisure outlets and provides over 1,300 parking spaces. Major international tenants such as Zara, New Yorker and Marks & Spencer opened their stores in the center. If you enjoy shopping and want to spend some time and money, the best way to do that is to go to Delta City, one of two city shopping malls. With more than 30.000 m² of retail and entertainment area, Delta City was elected as the best shopping mall in Europe in 2009. For sure, this reward promises that you won't forget shopping experience in this mall. Recreation in Belgrade
Ada Ciganlija is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches on artificial lakes in Europe. The lake water is warmer and cleaner than the river water and thus the lake is highly suitable for mass recreational activities. Ada Ciganlija Lido Beach Lido is located on the northern tip of the Great War Island, on the Danube. It is actually a small, pointed sandy beach without permanent residents, which covers just small fragment of the island. Košutnjak Hill Košutnjak Hill is a forest and a park, as well as one of the outing areas Belgraders prefer. The evergreen and deciduous forest is crisscrossed by many forest trails. The Belgrade Zoo The Belgrade Zoo, or the Good Hope Garden, stands on one of the most attractive city locations - the Kalemegdan park. Even though it covers a surface of only seven hectares, the Garden possesses an extremely large animal stock of good quality. Sports & Activities in Belgrade Golf Golf Club Belgrade offers a nine-hole golf course at Ada Ciganlija. Within the golf complex it is also Club House with Reception, Pro-shop, Spike bar, Club lounge with a mantel and the library. Belgrade Shooting Ranges Shooting sport is the main activity of Sport Centre Kovilovo in Belgrade. This complex, ranked as one of the best in the whole world, consists of 6 shooting ranges for Skeet, Trap and Double Trap events and of one sporting compact shooting range specially designed for huntsmen. Belgrade Arena Belgrade Arena is one of the biggest sport hall in Europe. It is designed as a universal hall for all sport events: tennis, basketball, handball, volleyball, athletics, as ice hall and a hall for cultural events and other programs. Fishing & Hunting There are 16 hunting grounds in the Belgrade area, while fishing is possible in numerous locations in the near vicinity of Belgrade, both on the Sava and Danube. The lake Ada Safari is stocked with large and rare types of fish, of strictly controlled quality. Belgrade Marathon Belgrade Marathon Race is the largest and the most mass attended sporting event in Serbia. The Belgrade Marathon is organized to suit all ages: the Children’s Marathon, the Race of Pleasure, the Semi-marathon and the Marathon. Attractions in Belgrade The House of Flowers The House of Flowers and its accompanying museums dedicated to the memory of Josip Broz Tito offer visitors a glimpse into both the life and times of the man and his conflicted legacy. Chinese Shopping mall Chinese shopping mall is located in New Belgrade, block 70. It was built in early nineties. It's far away from our school, at the other side of city. Tennis in Belgrade
Tennis Center Novak is located in Dorcol,surrounded by Kalemegdan fortress and Nebojsa tower on one side and,the Sava and Danube confluence on the other.This Center includes fourteen tennis courts,caffe,restaurant,spa center …
The quality of the courts was imperative during construction so we used the greatest clay,like in Rome and Monte Carlo.This was the criteria by which international experts rated Tennis Center Novak courts as the best,not only in Serbia,but also in the Balkans.
Due to its structure,capacity,and courts which fulfill required ATP standards,Tennis Center Novak has all conditions for organising the tournament. Tennis Center Novak Novak Djokovic Novak Djokovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who is currently ranked world no. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He is considered by many to be one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He holds several men's world records of the Open Era: becoming the youngest player in the Open Era to have reached the semifinals of all four Grand Slam events both separately and consecutively; the first and only man to win three consecutive Australian Open titles in the Open Era; and playing the longest Grand Slam men's singles final in history (5 hours 53 minutes). The Avala Tower was a symbol of pride and a famous landmark, not only of Belgrade and Serbia, but of the former Yugoslavia too. The tower was one of the last buildings to be destroyed before the end of the NATO operation. On 21 December 2006, the reconstruction of Avala Tower commenced and the tower was officially opened at a ceremony on 21 April 2010. It is currently the tallest tower in Serbia and the Balkan region. The Avala Tower Cathedral of Saint Sava The Cathedral of Saint Sava is a Serbian Orthodox church located in Vračar, Belgrade.It is the largest Orthodox church in Southeast Europe.The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church.