The Belgrade Good Hope Garden is a zoo located in Belgrade, Serbia. The zoo is situated at the very centre of the city, in Kalemegdan Park. The zoo was founded in 1936 and is one of the oldest zoos in Europe .Its present look is contributed by many built facilities, new drinking-fountains, Wooden Sculpture Gallery, the work of the sculptor Vuk Bojović and the nursery for young animals - Baby Zoo. This amazing zoo has 2,000 animals representing about 270 different species. The zoo holds domestic as well as exotic wild animals.
петак, 31. мај 2013.
субота, 18. мај 2013.
I am so amazed by beautiful Dolce&Gabbana dresses from 2013 Spring Ready-to-Wear collection! So many amazing prints,colours,shoes,earrings all inspired by Sicily. "Sicilia" announced dresses made from raffia sacks that might have held flour in a past life. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana returned one more time to Dolce's native Sicily for Spring. Side by side with those raffia numbers were umbrella-stripe separates, dresses printed with street-theater puppets, and tops and skirts emblazoned with the collectible head-shaped vases and dishes native to the Caltagirone region. The models wore souvenir scarves in their hair and chandelier earrings in the shape of those street puppets. I just had to make a collage inspired by these amazing pieces. Enjoy.
понедељак, 06. мај 2013.
Hello everyone! I'm sorry that I haven't posted anything for a while,but I was on a spring break in Belgrade and I had an awesome time there! So now,I prepared a lots of photos to share with you in the next couple of posts! I hope you'll like the photos ! :) Now a little bit about Avala Tower.
The Avala Tower is a 204.5 m (671 ft) tall telecommunication tower located on Avala mountain in the periphery of Belgrade. The tower was designed by architects Uglješa Bogdanović and Slobodan Janjić, and engineer Milan Krstić. Construction started on 14 October 1961 and was completed four years later in 1965. The tower weighed 4,000 tonnes.It was destroyed in NATO bombardment of Serbia on 29 April 1999. On 21 December 2006, the reconstruction of Avala Tower commenced and the tower was officially opened at a ceremony on 21 April 2010. It is currently the tallest tower in Serbia.