Sunday, August 5, 2012

Sunday Bridges--Branko's Bridge 1939

A poster from an exhibit of Belgrade's bridges a few months ago.  This bridge, King Alexander I's, no longer stands as such.  In its place stands the less attractive Branko's Bridge.

In this photo you can also see the newly-constructed (in 1939) Belgrade Fairgrounds in the lower left.  Two years later this concentration camp was taken over by the Germans and used as a concentration camp.

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

POET AND LAUNDRY

 Bust of 19th century Montenegrin poet Njegoš Petrović. With laundry. 😆