A Yankee in Belgrade says:
“I’ve often admired this old house below Kalemegdan Park and wonder how it looked and who lived there in its heyday.”
I love this photo of a Belgrade Jeweler by BiBi at A Yankee in Belgrade.
It looks timeless. Taken a few days ago, but could have been taken in the 1940’s.
This put me in mind of the catalyst in the 1946 film “Bedlam”.
If the graffiti artist took this image from that film…he/she is a genius.
When we were in Serbia, we noticed many buses that were donated by Japan to Serbia in their time of need.
When Japan experienced their disaster, Serbians launched a giant campaign for donations to relief funds to help Japan.
With the tagline: “Japan was there when we needed them, now they need us”.
Photo via Yankee in Belgrade.
Click on the image to go to BiBi’s site.
P.S. Happy Dan Zena (International Women’s Day)