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|It was bombed on 22nd April, 1999. It is fully functional now days. Highway around Belgrade was finally built after the war thanks to reconstruction of this bridge.|
Until Google updates map, you may see how it was after the war.
You can check other bombed buildings and objects on this file "bombing in Belgrade, Serbia"
|The national assembly of Serbia is unicameral and made up of 126 deputies.||09/18/2005||452|
|This is the 3d model of the building of the Assembly of Serbia in the city center of Belgrade. It was built after the WWI. The building was started in 1907. First idea was of Konstantin Jovanovic in 1891, followed by design of Jovan Ilkic, who won the competition in 1901. Its interior was designed by Nikolaj Krasnov.|
The building was used for parliamentary purposes in Kingdom of Yugoslav...
|The number two tram line goes around downtown Belgrade. Take this virtual tour to see the city! Every tram stop is on the map.||09/18/2005||969|
|Radio-TV Serbia (RTS) buildings bombed by NATO on April 23, 1999 in action against Slobodan Milosevic's government.||01/16/2006||438|
|Only place in Serbia that has hi-res images, besides capital Belgrade, is small town of Ljubovija situated in western Serbia. It has population of 18,000. Make sure you turn "terrain" switch on.||12/09/2005||817|
|FC Partizan stadium, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro|
You can see the name of the team!
|Effects of the NATO campaign in Belgrade, Serbia, in 1999.||09/18/2005||452|
|Bomb craters in a runway near Belgrade in Serbia||09/24/2005||930|
|I at also hosts the biggest concerts in Belgrade, like Metalica. Well, during summertime, of course!|
Next to it (down on the pic) it is Belgrade's famous river-lake Ada Ciganlija.
|Lazarevac open mine. Situated 40 kilometers south from Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro.||12/09/2005||879|
|During the Allied bombing of Belgrade, on 17 April, 1944, the Semlin camp suffered extensive damage. The largest pavilion - No.3 - which housed most of the interns was directly hit and almost completely destroyed. Estimates regarding the number of casualties vary considerably, ranging from eighty to two hundred dead. Many more we wounded in the attack. |
The photo is from a report...