Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and, beside Athens, the greatest urban whole of the Balkan region. The oldest archaeological finds from the area date back to the fifth millennium BC. A Celtic tribe founded Singidunum in the 3rd century BC, while the first mention of Belgrade dates back to 989 years. During its long and tumultuous history, Belgrade has been conquered by 40 armies, and 38 times from the ashes. The Knez Mihailova Street marked the coordinates of Belgrade: 4404914 northern latitude 2002744 of eastern longitude altitude 116,75m. Belgrade is a crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe, which Morava-Vardar and Nišava-Marica valleys to the Aegean coast, to Asia Minor and the Middle East. Belgrade lies on the Danube waterway, which connects the Western and Central European countries with the countries of South Eastern Europe. The construction of the artificial lake and the Djerdap power station, Belgrade became a river and sea port. In its harbor ships from the Black Sea, and the opening of the Rhine - Main - Danube, he found himself at the center of the most important sailing route in Europe: The North Sea - Atlantic - Black Sea.
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, with about 2 million inhabitants. It has a major importance in traffic as a road and railway center, as well as river and air port and telecommunications center. It spreads over 3.6 territory of Serbia, and is home to 15.8 of the population of Serbia and 31.2 of all employees in Serbia. In Belgrade possesses important agricultural and industrial capacities, especially metallurgy, metal and electronic industry, then commerce and banking. In the wider area of Belgrade, Smederevo and Pancevo, on the banks of the Danube, located in the 2,000m2 free trade zone. In Belgrade, produces 30% of Serbia's GNP.
Time: Belgrade is located in CET - Central European Time zone (GMT + 1 hour). Summer time is from late March to late October (GMT + 2 hours).
Territory: Core of Belgrade, urban area, covers an area of 36km2, and the total municipal territory amounts to 322km2. The perimeter of the suburban area is 419km2. The maximum length of the north-south direction is 92,98km2, and the east-west 67,50km2. Belgrade has the status of a separate territorial unit in Serbia, having its own autonomous city government. Belgrade is subdivided into 16 municipalities: - 10 urban and 6 suburban, having their own local authorities.
Climate: Belgrade has a moderate continental climate, with four seasons. Autumn is longer than spring, with longer sunny and warm periods called. Indian summer. Winter is not so severe, with an average of 21 days with temperature below zero. January is the coldest with an average temperature of 0.40C. Spring is short and rainy. Summer arrives abruptly. The hottest months are July (21.70C) and August (21.30C). The number of days with temperatures above 30C so. tropical days is 31 and that of summer days with temperature higher than 250C is 95th
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Every day in Belgrade some meeting, event, festival, tournament, exhibition, concert, match, performance ... and local ones - for friends from the neighborhood, to those large, international importance. Belgrade has character in spades. Other places might have a lead in exoticism, but for the real beguiling Balkan spirit, it has to be in Belgrade. It is a city where you can dance until sunrise seven nights a week, where crackles in the air of hospitality and where looking good is a birthright and a religion. In Belgrade you can taste food and drink that is the purest organically produced. Traditional cusine means that almost everything is home-grown - and it tastes that way. With a penchant for locally smoked ham, grilled meat, stuffed vegetables, specialist breads, salads, pickles and sour cream, most Serbs eat enormous amounts and yet stay enviably slender. A lot of nightclubs, bars and restaurant-boats along the riverbanks make Belgrade nightlife some of the most exuberant in Europe. Spectacularly beautiful young women who look as if they have stepped from the fashion pages of Cosmopolitan, students, young men in sports clothes, musicians and writers link arms in camaraderie as they wander the cobbled streets of Skadarlija Bohemian quarter of the 19th century, Knez Mihailova street, teeming with luxury shops or Republic Square with its dozens of pavement cafes. Most Serbs go out for the evening after 22 hours and most nightspots are open until at least 2am - but it is rarely any sign of drunkenness or offensive behavior. The atmosphere is usually created by people who just want to have fun, enjoying everything from Procol Harum to Electric Six, Sinatra ballads to Serbian energy pop music.