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Eastern Europe retroblog: Belgrade

 

We were only in Belgrade for a day—but what a day! We visited the Tesla museum and hung out in the fortress-slash-park; and while we were having dinner in a very charming old part of the city, it started to pour like crazy. Our table was outside under an awning, so the whole thing was rather dramatic from where we were seated.

 

 

(Isn’t this the loveliest wrought ironwork you’ve ever seen? It’s the front door of the Tesla museum.)

 

 

(I don’t remember the name of this church, if I ever knew it.)

 

Next installment: Kotor, Montenegro.

 

2 Comments to Eastern Europe retroblog: Belgrade

  1. Pare's Gravatar Pare
    April 7, 2010 at 1:09 pm | Permalink

    TESLA! So jealous.

    Also, this whole scheduled post thing gets me excited that you're sitting out there hundreds of miles away behind your computer…and then I realize you're not. 🙁

  2. Kate's Gravatar Kate
    April 7, 2010 at 2:50 pm | Permalink

    Tesla doesn't get enough credit for the alternating current. I was so ignorant before going to Belgrade–the beauty of traveling!

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