My youngest grandson is a charmer and a ham. Isn't it obvious? :>)
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The bottom photo shows you the original building where you can just about (in this photo) make out the word Politika, and the top one, is the building to its left that houses the newspaper offices today.
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No idea what the tomato head means!
After the bombing (you can see the bombed building just below here), it was repaired and even made a bit higher. Marija had since fled to Montenegro, abandoning her TV station...
The building on the left is a new adjacent to a mega mall.
Photographs by me...I was here for it all.
A walk downtown over the New Year holidays revealed this small square which has been tidied up quite a bit since I last saw it. Ditto for the splended building behind it.
There's a rooster on top of the fountain and a cafe nearby, the Red Rooster, which was a cult cafe in the 50s, 60s and 70s. I say 'was' because for a while it was closed, awaiting renovation. It's been renovated too modern for my taste, but hey, that's the way of the world I guess.
I couldn't find out why it is called the Red Rooster....
That's an imperative: "Spot the dog," not a noun clause "Spot, the dog." I have no idea what his name is and it doesn't look like he has any spots, but this fellow (or girl) sat on a parapet of Kalemegdan fortress for a long time, looking west.
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They come in peace.
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It was 11 a.m. This man had just finished a glass of white wine and an espresso, and now took to his phone. And I to my camera. (I did NO...