CCCV: Only solidarity will save Serbs
Time to remember my lovely walks through a resilient city of Belgrade…
and the very lively and knowledgeable guide Milica from Belgrade Walking Tours gathering in free tours tourists from all over the world, sharing her experience (this 25 year old guide had 4 nationalities in her quarter of century….)
My charming and competent hosts of Le Petit Piaf, my hotel! ….
So let me share my wanderings in Belgrade and Zemun….
The interesting signs….
The Jewish heritage and integration of Balkan Jews such as these exquisite members of Moša Pijade’s family….click here for more information about Jews in Yugoslavia and the fascinating Jewish historical museum where I took some of the photos below
This building (as testified by its inscription at the very top) used to fully belong to a now decimated Jewish community which only retains a small portion of it hosting the Belgrade community, the Serbian Jewish federation and the Jewish Historical Museum….
But my warmest memories are the festive and hospitable spirit of the Serbians….including some seriously gastronomic restaurants!
Images of the landscapes, both side of cosmopolitan multinational Danube are now close to my heart….
So Balkans are now a destination I will certainly revisit….and there’s no doubt that Belgrade will always remain special to me, hoping that wouldn’t he wouldn’t destroy its amazing woman and human spirit