Statue of Victory near Fortress with the Ada Bridge in Background.
Old Sava Bridge.
Top of St. Marks
Church in Tasmajdan Park.
Graffiti on a stairway going underground.
The bricks of St. Mark's.
The Terazije Fountain in Central Belgrade,
Radio Television of Serbia
Part of NATO bombing in 1999.
Beauty amongst the citizens of Belgrade.
The Church of St. Mark's.
One of many marks of Graffiti on the Streets of Belgrade.
Crosses of St. Mark's
The top of St. Mark's Church.
Streets of Belgrade
The hustle and bustle of life in the heart of Belgrade.
The pilars of St. Mark's.
The Girls of Summer
The women of Belgrade.
The top of St. Mark's.
Belgrade's way of encouraging people to go Vegan via Street Art.
Where the bells of St. Mark's are rung.
The detailed Pilars of St. Mark's.
The front of the Parliament Building in Belgrade.
With building backdrop.
A statue of Serbian Poet Desanka Maksimovic in Tasmajdan Park in Belgrade.
The memorial to the 16 people who lost their lives in the 1999 Bombing of the Radio Television of Serbia Building.
Top of Parliament
The Parliament Building of Belgrade.
The intricate details of the pilars of St. Mark's.
Leader of the People's Radical Party.
A view of the Parliament Building from afar.
Statue of Victory and Ada Bridge.
A night time view of from the fortress.
One of the oldest hotels in Serbia dating back to the 1890's.
Beauty and The Beast
Graffiti and Flowers in the heart of Belgrade.
Moped and Street.
The traffice of Belgrade in the morning hours.
Road to Parliament
The road that leads to front of Parliament Building.
The longest tunnel in Belgrade.
The statue of Prince Mihailo in the city center of Belgrade.
The site of the 1999 NATO Bombing.
A different angle of St. Mark's.
A standard building, located in the heart of Belgrade.
Entry to St. Mark's
The door and top of St. Mark's.
Another advertisement to go Vegan on the streets of Belgrade.
Nikola Pasic Statue
Tribute to famous Serbian and Yugoslav Politician Nikola Pasic.
Fountain with standard Belgrade Building in the background.
The street I lived on in Belgrade. Dositejeva.
The Sava River at night.
Final Belgrade Sunset
My fellow Remotes and I taking in one last Belgrade Sunset.