Zanima vas koja su to najlepša mesta za fotografisanje u Beogradu? Na pravom ste mestu. Ovaj blog je zapravo nastao kada sam shvatila da imam mnogo dobrih slika raznih mesta i da veoma volim to da radim, ali ujedno i da putujem i da imam šta da ispričam o mestima koje sam posetila. Međutim i kada ne putujem, obožavam da fotografišem arhitekturu i predele mog rodnog Beograda, pa povedena prethodnim tekstom želim da vam predstavim, po mom mišljenju, najlepša mesta za fotografisanje u Beogradu

 

Knez Mihailova i Ruski car 

  • Glavna šetačka ulica Beograda koja počinje baš od ovog dela na koji ukazuje prva fotografija gde se nalazi Palata Albanija, a dobila je ime po Knezu Mihailu Obrenoviću. U ovoj ulici se nalazi mnogo spomenika kulture. Jedan od takvih je zgrada Ruski car u Knez Mihailovoj. Kadar je fantastičan, posebno kada rade obe fontane i kada se zraci sunca probijaju kroz vodu i okolno drveće.

Trg republike

  • Glavni trg i omiljeno mesto sastajanja svim Beograđanima, a verujem i turistima. Mesto poznatije kao Kod sata ili Kod konja, misleći na spomenik Knezu Mihailu Obrenoviću. Tu su takođe i Narodni muzej i Narodno pozorište.

 

Kalemegdan 

  • prelep park sa tvđavom, kao i najveći park u Beogradu. Zatim, mesto koje je najčešće posećeno obzirom da svaki dan tuda prođe 5000 ljudi. Takođ ie lokacija odakle imate savršen pogled na spomenik Pobednik, ušće reka i zalazak sunca. Na Kalemegdanu postoji i mnogo kapija kroz koje su najlepši pogledi na reku.

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Did you know that 115 wars were fought over Belgrade, and this city was destroyed and devastated 44 times? But here it is still standing cause every single time people rebuilt with the same passion and love for it because there is no place like home, right? And I already said, best views are always from Kalemegdan fortress and here on the pic you can see confluence of rivers Sava and Danube, right in the heart of the city. If you still haven't, check my Belgrade guide, link is in BIO, and there are posts on both English and Serbian Photo credit: @dragadj Edit by: @dzoligrafijaputomanija • • • • • • • #dzoligrafija #serbianblogger #travelblog #visitbelgrade #mojsamsungrs #visitbalkan #ig_belgrade #beograd #belgrade #ladiesineurope #mojsvetuboji

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Gardoš i Zemunski kej

  • baš na ovom platou na Gardošu je prvo nastao Taurunum, današnji Zemun. Tu se nalazi Milenijumska kula, poznatija i kao Gardoš kula. Odavde je predivan pogled na Beograd, a nešto niže je i kej na Dunavu.

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This is the famous tower in Zemun, a part of Belgrade, which has many names, but only one is correct. It has been called Gardos tower, Tower of Sibinjanin Janko, even Postcard tower or Observation tower. But in fact her real name is Millenium tower. It has been built by Hungarians in 1896 and it is 36m high! There is an exceptional viewpoint right behind where I stand, and if you like to see the view scroll down in my feed, there is a couple of pictures, and if climb to the terrance the view is even better! Did you know real name of this wonderful tower and have you visited yet? Photo credit: @martaj37 Edit by: @dzoligrafijaputomanija #dzoligrafija #visitbelgrade #visitserbia #travelblog #ladiesineurope #mojsvetuboji

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Kej Oslobođenja

  • prostire se od Ušća do Zemuna. Odličan je za opuštanje i šetnju pored reke, a ima najzanosniji pogled na Stari grad i Kalemegdan. Takođe ima dosta splavova i klubova gde možete uživati u piću sa pogledom. Mi ga delimo na 3 dela, prvi kod Ušća, drugi Novobeogradski i Treći Zemunski, iako je to sve Kej Oslobođenja.

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Did you know that Belgrade had 15 different names? The Celts called it Singidun, which the Romans later changed into Singidunum. Slavic name is Beograd, the old Croats called it Biograd on Danube, and Latin name was Alba Graeca. The Latin name during the Bulgarian rule was Alba Bulgarica, and the Hungarians called it Fehérvár, Nandoralba, Nándorfehérvár, and Landorfehérvár. Weißenburg and Griechisch-Weißenburg were the German names, Castelbianco was the Italian, Velegrad was the Byzantine name, Dar Al Jihad, meaning house of war, was the Ottoman name, Belgrat was the Turkish one, and Prinz Eugen Stadt was the name that the Nazis gave the city. For more info go to my site, link is in BIO. #ig_belgrade #mojsamsungrs #dzoligrafija #bg_ulice #bestofbelgrade #topbelgradephoto #putujupoznaj

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Ada Ciganlija – poznatija i kao beogradsko more, najlepša je kada je zalazak sunca. Meni najlepši deo je na početku gde je gejzir i nedavno je postavljen znak Belgrade. Šetnja pored jezera, opuštanje u kafiću, vožnja bicikla ili rolera, ovde možete naći sve. Odmah do Ade Ciganlije nalazi se i mala, ali divna Ada Safari.

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Botanička bašta Jevremovac

  • prava oaza u centru dzungle automobila, vrućine i smoga. Ime dobila tako što je kralj Milan Obrenović gradu dao zemlju na korišćenje, koje mu je u nasledstvo ostavio deda Jevrem. Divna je u svako doba godine, ali specijalno kada je u gradu 30+ stepeni ovo je sjajno mesto za beg.  Najlepši za fotografisanje su Japanski vrt i glavni staklenik.

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Belgrade got its first botanical garden on the proposal which came from the father of Serbian botany, Josif Pancic, and it was built in 1874. Even before that he had a small botanical garden for the nececities of the Great school in which he held botany classes, but first botanical garden in the city was built on Dorcol by the Danube. For years he had many problems due to the severe flooding, and since a lot of species was ruined it needed to be moved. Unfortunately first director of the first botanical garden died in 1888 and did not lived up to see the garden safe and sound. Knowing about these issues, a year later King Milan Obrenovic donated his property to the city and the Great school, for purposes of building beautiful botanical garden and his only request was to be called after his grandfather Lord Jevrem Obrenovic from who he inherited the property. And that is the story how botanical garden of Belgrade got the name Jevremovac. • • • • • • • • • #dzoligrafija #pokazisvojrad #MojSamsungRS

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Hram Svetog Save

  • Vračar plato, značajan u istoriji jer se baš na tom mestu odigrala čuvena Seča knezova. Takođe na ovom platou se danas nalazi najveći pravoslavni hram u Srbiji i na Balkanu. Nešto niže je i Trg Slavija koji je nedavno dobio fantastičnu fontanu i šetački deo.

Trg Terazije

  • na kome se nalaze i hotel Moskva i Terazijska česma omiljeno mesto skupljača sličica. Ispod njega se nalazi i park Terazijska Terasa, a upravo Palata Albanija, sa prve slike u tekstu, je ono što odvaja Terazije i Knez Mihailovu. Takođe pogled od Terazija ka Slaviji je zaista poseban.

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Hotel Moscow is a 4 star hotel in Belgrade located on Terazije plateau, and as one of the most recognizable landmarks in Belgrade it is under governemnt protection from 1968 as a cultural and historical monument. Originally, long before the hotel, during the late 1890s, right here on this plot, was made a small simple one story home, after which in 1900s it was turned into an inn named Great Serbia. Since the plateau often changed its owners, after the inn it became a branch of Russian insurence company Poitzl of the Rossiya. In 1905 began the construction of the inn Rossiya Palace as we know it today, which had a hotel and a restaurant, and in 1908 Serbian King Peter I officially opened this biggest privately owned building. Serbian newspapers "Politika" pronounced Palace Rossiya as "the most expensive and most beautiful Russian house in Serbia". Hotel Moscow was a part of the palace and upon constructions it had 36 rooms same as when it was Great Serbia inn. Over the years this place hosted over 50 million people, among them some very famous like: Albert Einstein, Indira Gandhi, Ray Charles, Bernardo Bertolucci, Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Mila Jovovich, Maxim Gorky and many more. For more info on Belgrade go to my blog, link is in BIO #ig_belgrade #mojsamsungrs #dzoligrafija #bg_ulice #bestofbelgrade #topbelgradephoto #putujupoznaj

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Trg Nikole Pašića

  • ovaj trg se do 1992. godine zvao Trg Marksa i Engelsa, a potom je poneo ime prvog Ministra Srbije Nikole Pašića. U blizini su i istorijski muzej, Narodna skupština i skupština grada Beograda. Nedaleko odatle se nalaze i Pionirski park i Andrićev venac koji su isto fantastični za fotografije.

Kosančićev venac

  • mesto na kome se nalaze neke od najznačajnijih istoriskih i kulturnih zdanja kao Saborna crkva, Konak Kneginje Ljubice, ostaci Narodne biblioteke uništene u ratu. Takođe, ovde možete uživati u pogled na reku dok se relaksirate u nekom od kafića.

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History class: Kosancicev Venac is one of the oldest parts of the city center outside of the Kalemegdan fortress, which is located from Branko's brige to monument called the Little steps on one side, and from street of Empress Milica to the street Kosancicev venac that looks over Karadjordjeva street, Sava river and Concrete hall, on the other side. It got a name by Serbian hero called Ivan Kosancic who died in battle on Kosovo in 1389. This whole area dates from the 18th century since it was built on Roman Singidunum necropolis, but it kept the look from the 19th century with streets paved in Turkish cobblestone. The oldest buildings that we can see today date from the period between 1815 and 1867. Most important are: Princess Ljubica's residence which is a museum today, Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel which you can see on the photo on the left, elementary school that I went to King Peter I, Building of Patriarchate, house of Mika Petrovic Alas who was famous Serbian mathematician and inventor, one of the oldest taverns in town called "Question mark", ruins of the old Serbian National Library that was bombed in 1941. On the left side of photo you can see beautiful Austrian ambassy placed in the Krsmanovic house behind which are a few cafees and, as I said, lovely view to the river and the other parts of the city. Recently this area was reconstucted and if you still have not seen how it looks like, it is high time you did it. 👀▶dzoligrafijaputomanija.com◀👀 • • • • • • • • • #dzoligrafija #visitbelgrade #visitserbia #travelblog #MojSamsungRS

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Genex kula

  • poznatija i kao južna kapija grada, nalazi se na Novom Beogradu, a meni je jedno od omiljenih mesta i uvek inspiracija za fotkanje.

Tašmajdanski park

  • U svako doba godine je prekrasan za fotografisanje. Na samom ulazu se nalazi i crkva Svetog Marka koja iz svakog ugla ulepšava pogled iz parka.

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