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Zemun city, photographs in the passage.

Robin Biznis July 28.2019 Belgrade, Serbia

Last week I went to Zemun, part of Belgrade to do a bath renovation.As I ran out of thinner, I had to go shopping to the nearby store of paints and varnishes.In the vicinity of the sub-office at the corner of two streets I photographed a church that stood out in its white color.

I came close to look at what was written.So I learned that it was the Evangelical Church.Quotation. “It was built at the end of the 1920 year  for the needs of the work of the German population. The German Protestants and Catholics then accounted for about a quarter of the population of Zemun.”A monument of culture under the protection of the state.

I came back once typical of Zemun with a narrow, picturesque street

.After finishing my journey, the journey led me to the Great Central Zemun Park.In the immediate vicinity there is Zemun hospital, Agricultural Faculty and Hall of Sports.Here are some photos taken in Zemun Park.

Greetings to some of the following walks through Belgrade.

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Written by Robin Biznis



I am Dragan Čanković aged 65 years. I live in Belgrade, Serbia as a pensioner. On this site, my nickname is as well as on Facebook Robin Biznis.

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    • These are memorials made in the cast of fighters who liberated the country in World War II.
      It amazes me that there are others.
      Because in our country, every government demolishes the monuments of the previous government.
      Historical vandalism.

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