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Statue of the Victor One of the most famous Belgrade landmarks. It was erected to commemorate Serbia's victory in WWI (1928).
The Old Palace (Stari dvor) was built in 1884 as the royal residence of Obrenovic family. Today this building is the home to the City Assembly.
Belgrade is home toRed StarandPartizan, the most fierce city rivals and one among the greatest football rivalries of all time (dailymail.co.uk). Here is an interesting blog post about the atmosphere from one of the games This is Red Star vs Partizan. Welcome to Hellgrade.
Fun fact is that the first McDonald's restaurant in Eastern Europe was open in Belgrade on 24 March 1988.
American newspapers at the time (still steeped in quaint Cold War clichés) ran headlines like “First Big Mac Attack Against Communism!” and “McMarxism?” Look out, Yugoslavia, there's a Big Mac attack coming on!
The most famous feature of Belgrade's nightlife (besides those mentioned pretty girls and cheap prices) are definitely the rafts - clubs set on barges floating on the river, of whom mostly work only in the Summer time. Among them are some of the most iconic places in Belgrade nightlife and its clubbing history, and thousands of people visit them almost every night of the week when it's Summer time. For more details about Belgrade's nightlife, we're preparing a detailed article with precise instructions and guidelines so everybody can have the best time possible in one of Europe's clubbing capitals.
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