A trip in Belgrade
I spent the weekend (2nd-3rd September) in Belgrade. The Serbian capital is the gate of the Balkan, there were several groups of people living here through centuries. The people there are very kind and friendly. However the weather was quite unfriendly, I was pleased to get in the Saint Sava Temple, which is the biggest orthodox temple all over the world. The building is impressive and the piety of those people living there, made a huge impression on me.
At the Museum of Yugoslav History, I saw an interesting exhibition about Josip Broz Tito and his everyday life. Next to this museum, there is the House of Flowers, which is the mausoleum of Tito. All in all it was a great trip. I really liked Belgrade and I would like to return to this wonderful city. Norbert Bédi, Jászság 1, ELTE