Sunday, October 17, 2010

SUNDAY BRIDGES--(not) Eiffel's Bridge

Gustave Eiffel got around. He traveled to many cities around the world, often creating a bridge here and there. This is true for the town of Zrenjanin, a little over an hour's ride from Belgrade. The bridge he created over the Begej River was later torn down and made into a pedestrian bridge. I did see it, but it was much less photogenic than this one, which reminds me more of something Gustave would have created. You can read about the bridge he built here. On this page you can see the bridge that has now replaced Eiffel's.

Check out more bridges at Louis La Vache's SUNDAY BRIDGES.

CALESTHENICS WITH HIKING STICKS

Came across these ladies with their coach in what is referred to as Lower Kalemegdan Park, under the fortress that you can see here. Partici...