On June 08, we started our day 6 on Viking Cruise PASSAGE TO EASTERN EUROPE.
Besides Hungary, both of us had never been to the other four countries.
After Croatia, we now were going to visit Serbia.
More about it later...
Here you see the early 15th Century Nebojša Tower (Nebojša meaning Fearless in Serbian).
Belgrade, Serbia - 15th Century Kula Nobojša / Nobojša Tower
Entering Kalemegdan Fortress and you also see the ClockTower
It was the main gate of Kalemegdan Fortress and within the second city wall with the Clock Tower visible again.
Yes, the weather was perfect!
Ravaged and rebuilt 20 times in its history, many of the city's finest buildings have been gloriously restored.
To the left, closer to the Sava River you still can see the Nebojša Tower from the photos above so you see what distance we walked and climbed.
Pieter is wearing his t-shirt: I DO MORE BY 7 AM THAN MOST OF YOU ALL DAY
Saint Michael's Cathedral, Belgrade click for more info about this Serbian Orthodox Cathedral.
House of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia just click link.
Church of Saint Sava... Serbian Orthodox Church with its 82 m tower and the gold plated cross alone is 12 m from that total height.
With its 49 bells... Patriarch Pavle consecrates bells for Belgrade's St Sava Cathedral in November 2001 and were ringing for Christmas 2002.Nikola Tesla
Only a week later we would be riding in a Tesla electric car... click link above for more.
President Putin did lay some mosaic tiles early this year.
So instead we walked around the building and entered the Crypt where they also have massive wall and ceiling frescoes!
We left Vukovar by 23:00, close to midnight on June 7.
Our Bus Tour through Belgrade with walking the sections where photos were taken.