Four Places You Need to Visit in Serbia in 2019

In the past few years, tourism has been booming in Serbia thanks to the country’s better connectivity with the rest of the world. According to the Serbian Statistical Office, between January and September almost two million people visited the country, a growth of about 11 per cent compared to the same time period in 2017. While most of those visiting the country stay in its … Continue reading Four Places You Need to Visit in Serbia in 2019

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Pokretači #42 Hedon Fehmiju – Pekarska Radionica / Beograd

Gost je pokretač moje omiljene pekare u Beogradu, Pekarske Radionice, Hedon Fehmiju. Pričali smo o tome kako izgleda izučavanje pekarskog zanata i pravljenje beskvasnih hlebova, kao i stvaranje novog „komšijskog“ mesta u kraju kao što je Dorćol. Beleške View this post on Instagram Srecan nam pocetak proleca🤣😱👏🍀❄️🌞 #dorcol #handmade #realbread #pekarskaradionica A post shared by Pekarska Radionica (@pekarskaradionica) on Mar 20, 2018 at 11:36pm PDT … Continue reading Pokretači #42 Hedon Fehmiju – Pekarska Radionica / Beograd

Pokretači #41 Tamara Panić i Miroslav Milović – Oblikus / Beograd

Gosti su Tamara Panić i Miroslav Milović iz dizajn studija Oblikus. Oblikus je redak, ako ne i jedini, dizajn studio iz Srbije koji je dobitnik prestižne Red Dot nagrade za dizajn. Red Dot su osvojili 2014., za njihovu prelep Moonlights sistem osvetljenja koji je izložen u Red Dot muzeju dizajna u Singapuru. Tamara i Miroslav su više puta nagrađeni i za svoj kreativni nameštaj za … Continue reading Pokretači #41 Tamara Panić i Miroslav Milović – Oblikus / Beograd

SpomenikDatabase: How an American Helped Preserve Memories of Yugoslav WWII Memorials

About a decade ago, Yugoslav WWII monuments were almost forgotten at home but started capturing people’s imagination around the world when Jan Kempenaers, a Belgian photographer, created his ‘Spomeniks’ (‘Memorials’) series, which included images of striking monuments at Kosmaj in Serbia, Podgaric in Croatia and Tjentiste in Bosnia and Herzegovina. His eerie photos of oddly-shaped memorials in dramatic settings attracted the attention of design and … Continue reading SpomenikDatabase: How an American Helped Preserve Memories of Yugoslav WWII Memorials

Pokretači #38 Ognjen Vučković – Samo Pivo / Beograd, Subotica

Ognjen Vučkovic, jedan od ljudi iza Samo Piva, prvog isključivo pivskog bara u Beogradu, koji je otvoren na samom pocetku zanatske pivske scene u Srbiji, 2013 godine. Sa Ognjenom sam pričao o tome kako su Samo Pivo, festival Vrteška i kompanija 300 Čuda, stimulisali rast craft pivarstva, ali naravno i o načoj zajedničkoj strasti prema pivu.   View this post on Instagram Popodne… #samopivo #tronbrewery … Continue reading Pokretači #38 Ognjen Vučković – Samo Pivo / Beograd, Subotica

Hidden Belgrade (36): ‘German Bridge’ and its Hero

Belgrade’s relationship with this iconic green-arched bridge, the city’s shortest and oldest continuously standing, started off in the worst possible way during the darkest days of World War II. After Nazi Germany attacked the Kingdom of Yugoslavia on 6 April 1941, the Royal Yugoslav Army blew up all of Belgrade’s bridges on the Sava and the Danube in order to slow down the enemy advance. … Continue reading Hidden Belgrade (36): ‘German Bridge’ and its Hero

Hidden Belgrade (35): The Home of Serbian Expansionist Project

On August 10 1889, cannons announced the arrival of the teenage King Aleksandar Obrenovic to an empty plot in Dusanova street. Although cleared for years, the spot at which the young king was standing, held the remains of two empires between which the young Kingdom of Serbia was slowly growing. It used to be “Pirinc-han”: the palace of Eugene of Savoy during the Habsburg rule … Continue reading Hidden Belgrade (35): The Home of Serbian Expansionist Project