Sunday, November 6, 2011

SUNDAY BRIDGES--Despot Lazarevic's castle

This small reproduction of Despot Stefan Lazarevic's stands in Kalemegdan Park, right behind The well-known statue of The Victor. If you take the time to click on the first link in particular, you can read more about this 'despot', which lacked the negative connotation the word bears today.

Two bridges here! A tiny one in the foreground, and the new bridge I showed you here last August.

See other bridges at Louis La Vache's SUNDAY BRIDGES.

11 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Nice post Bibi.

Louis la Vache said...

A very clever "two-fer" today, Bibi!

«Louis» appreciates your participation in Sunday Bridges.

Gemma Wiseman said...

A creative, fascinating post for bridges!

Kim, USA said...

Wow awesome!
Bridge

Genie said...

You certainly get the award this week for the most clever and unusual bridge post.. Love the shot. genie

Dzoli said...

I miss kalemegdan and teh view of teh bridge and and..;)

Jane said...

Nice sculpture:)

Thérèse said...

As if the castle was on a coffin! ;-)

Lowell said...

Super composition. And most interesting. When I saw the word, "despot," I had to wonder why anybody would build anything in a despot's memory!

dharma owl said...

interesting view, now i'm seeing belgrade on a different POV. thanks for showing it to us.

Lynette said...

Love the perspective.