Bridge over Sava river
About Bridge over Sava river
Forever changing the skyline of Belgrade, the Ada bridge stands tall over the river Sava as the new landmark of the capital of the Republic of Serbia. Thanks to adjusted cement, the largest single pylon suspension bridge in the world helps absorb the daily traffic and eases the connection between New Belgrade and the old historical city center!
BEST IN TRAVEL
About BEST IN TRAVEL
This astonishingly inexpensive country is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. But get in quick: the genre-jumping Exit Festival – annexing a medieval fortress in Novi Sad each July since it began as an anti-Milošević protest – was awarded the Best Major European Festival title. Belgrade is being mentioned in the same panting breaths as Berlin and Ibiza. And Serbia’s killer skiing, spa-hopping and Drina River rafting are luring thrillseekers away from pricey playgrounds in ‘the other Europe’.
About Savamala district
Creativity is blossoming in Belgrade where a riverside cultural hub has sprung up in the derelict mansions and warehouses, led by free thinkers looking to the city’s future
Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla contributed to the development of the alternating-current electrical system that's widely used today and discovered the rotating magnetic field (the basis of most AC machinery).
Ivan "Ivo" Andrić was a Yugoslav novelist, short story writer, and the 1961 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. His writings dealt mainly with life in his native Bosnia under the Ottoman Empire.
Nadežda Petrović was a Serbian painter from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Considered Serbia's most famous impressionist and fauvist, she was the most important Serbian female painter of the period.