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Bad Liebenzell, Germany
May 9, 2007
From journal The City of Many Tales
by captain oddsocks
May 1, 2007
From journal White city, blue Danube, black heart.
May 10, 2005
As Belgrade’s tourism industry is still in its infancy you won’t find hordes of guided tours traipsing through the park. This definitely has its advantages, as you can experience the park at your own pace without annoying mobs passing you by and blocking the best views. On the other hand, there is so much history to the statues and structures within the park, a simply stroll through will leave you with little understanding of significance of this incredible place. My suggestion is to pick-up a dedicated Belgrade guidebook at anyone of the English bookstores in downtown. Even if you have a Eastern Europe or Serbian guidebook, the Belgrade books provide more detailed information than these overview books (I have all types). I personally recommend the IPS bookstore and guide on Knez Mihailova, but I am sure others are similarly informative.
From journal The White City - Beograd
November 12, 2000
Also at Kalemegdan, for a truly bizarre twist, visit the Military museum which is currently exhibiting artifacts from the recent NATO bombing campaign.
Entrance is free.
From journal All you need to know about visiting Belgrade