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Predstavljanje novog broja časopisa "Belgrade Journal of Media and Communications" Fakulteta za medije i komunikacije na 58. Međunarodnom beogradskom sajmu knjiga. Na promociji su govorili Alpar Lošonc sa Fakulteta tehničkih nauka Univerziteta u Novom Sadu i Obrad Savić, glavni urednik Centra za medije i komunikacije Fakulteta za medije i komunikacije Univerziteta Singidunum. www.fmk.singidunum.ac.rs
Historically, the train link between Belgrade and Sarajevo was probably the most important one in the Balkans. Today the service lacks some of the comforts of yesteryear.The restaurant car is Serbian, but both of the other cars are Bosnian: one comes from the Serb-dominated political entity Republika Srpska while the other is from the Muslim-Croat Federation. The locomotive is changed every time the train crosses the border, slowing down the trip significantly. But the new train connection is symbolic -- showing that the former enemies are trying to improve their relationship.
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A day-by-day video travel journal of fourteen students from High Mowing School who toured Serbia for 10 days in May, 2011, hosted by the Media Education Centre of Belgrade. This is the first of several short documentaries made by the participants.
Sava Sajko, producer © Goethe-Institut English transcript of the video: Seven years of co-operation is a clear indicator of the good cooperation between the European Institutes of Culture in Belgrade, which have presented their work this year the 58th Book Fair at a joint EUNIC stand. "City and Creativity" was their main motto, through which the British Council, the Austrian Cultural Forum, the French Institute, the Institute Cervantes, Goethe-Institut, and for the first time this year the Embassy of Sweden and Portugal as well as the Institute Kamiš adressed visitors of the Fair with their actions. Beside that, Director of the Goethe-Institute participated in a panel debate titled "Serbian-German Literary Dialogue" organized by the media houses of Deutsche Welle and Serbian television P...
From large shopping centers to quaint local stalls, Belgrade has a wide range of shopping options. Expats rarely find the need to import food or other products as practically everything can be found locally. The main shopping area is in and around the pedestrian-street Kneza Mihaila and is home to many Western European high street chains. However, for those in search of local delicacies and quality fresh seasonal food, there are numerous markets in all areas of the city, with Kalenic Market on Maksima Gorkog being one of the most famous. This short video is intended to give you look at the at some of some of the highs and lows of expats shopping experience in Belgrade. Also, take a look at the links below for some useful information about shopping in the Serbian capital. Be a part of our ...
Create your own video on http://studio.stupeflix.com/?w=1 ! The Siege of Belgrade in 1456. Belgrade in the 16th century. Austrian siege of Belgrade in 1717, during the Austro-Turkish War of 1716-18. Knez Mihailova street at the beginning of the 20th century. Terazije square in 1928. The Victor, a symbol of Belgrade. The building of the Assembly of the City of Belgrade, known as the Old Palace. Temple of St. Sava, the largest Serbian Orthadox church of in the world. The building of the National Bank of Serbia, near Slavija Square. The building of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, erected in 1922. Miroslav's Gospel, a medieval manuscript held by the National Museum. The Beograđanka. Belgrade Arena. Prince Michael Street. The New Railroad Bridge at night.
A new architectural magazine is being established in Savamala: Camenzind, a new Serbian journal covering architectural issues, simultaneously producing print and radio coverage and organizing public events in and about Savamala. The magazine will highlight Serbian authors and topics in national and international architectural debates. The Serbian architectural and urbanistic discourse can seem isolated within the national and international context. Publishing a Serbian edition of the Swiss magazine Camenzind will contribute to changing this situation substantially. Interdisciplinary knowledge transfer between Switzerland and Serbia will also be created through an open platform for debate and by strengthening networks in Serbia and beyond. At the center of the Camenzind's activities in S...
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For more information see http://www.seat61.com/tito Marshal Tito of Yugolavia used his private train from 1959 until his death in 1980. This video shows the train inside & out on a special chartered run between Belgrade and Bar, one of Europe's most scenic train rides. In 2013 & 2014 it ran occasional departures from Belgrade to Bar, with train-only tickets from £129. It ceased running in 2014 when floods damaged the line, and although the line is repaired and regular trains are running again, Tito's train is unlikely to resume any time soon.