Majestic Belgrade in pictures Serbian photographer
• Majestic Belgrade to the Serbian photographer photographs
Today we offer you a selection of the most beautiful images of Belgrade by the Serbian photographer Bojan Dzodan.
The origins of the city date back to the era of the Celts, who (tribe scordisci) was founded at the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube settlement Singidunum. The turbulent past to conquer Belgrade 40 armies, 38 times he rebuilt. The ancient walls of the city have seen the Celts and Romans, Goths and Franks, Slavs and Turks.
In the 1813-1830 biennium. the city was under Turkish rule, which until 1867 held for a city center location in the fortress. During the First World War, Belgrade was twice occupied by the Austrian troops. December 1, 1918 Belgrade became the capital of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (from 1929 - Yugoslavia) and the center of the Belgrade area.
April 13, 1941 was captured by Nazi Germany, October 20, 1944 released by the Soviet troops and the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia. In November 1945, Belgrade was proclaimed the capital of the FPRY (1963 - Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia).
The city was badly damaged during the NATO bombing in 1999.
Belgrade is home to many ethnic groups from the former Yugoslavia. During the industrialization of Yugoslavia, which began after World War II, the city became the seat of an influx of migrants from rural areas and small towns. In the 1990s, during the breakup of Yugoslavia, Belgrade received a huge number of refugees, mostly Serbs from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Metohija.
Belgrade - the capital of Serbian culture, education and science. The greatest concentration of institutions of national importance in the field of science and art. There is the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, founded in 1886 as the Serbian Royal Academy; National Library of Serbia, established in 1832; The National Museum, established in 1841; The National Theater, founded in 1869.
The collapse of Yugoslavia and international sanctions, political and economic instability negative impact on the development of tourism in the Serbian capital. After 2000, a gradual increase in the number of tourists visiting Belgrade. By the quantity allocated by tourists from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy and Germany.