Thursday, April 3, 2008

Can you read some of these signs?

Cutting through Belgrade's pedestrian street, Knez Mihailova (yesterday's photo), are several passages that lead to other streets. Inside them, you'll find more stores. These signs hang outside one such passage. Serbia officially uses the Cyrillic alphabet as seen in the sign above with the red raven, but children learn the Latin one as well. More alphabet lessons to come!

4 comments:

Hyde DP said...

I love that huge pipe!

Mobile telephone is instantly recognisable.

Chuck Pefley said...

Bibi, I'm with Ham! As a past tense pipe smoker I'm still attracted to pipes, cigars and tobacconists in general. Great photo!

Thanks for visiting my blog recently, too. I love the feel of your photos of Belgrade. Makes me want to visit -:)

Kate said...

the Cyrillic alphabet looks formidable!

Petrea said...

Looking forward to the alphabet lessons. Are you fluent in the language?

I liked blowing this one up for the architectural detail as well.