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City Of Belgrade

Mayor: Aleksandar Šapić

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia. Its most significant landmark is the Beogradska Tvrđava Kalemegdan, an imposing fortress at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers. Belgrade covers the area of 360 km² and has a population of 1.374 million (2016).

Address: Trg Nikole Pašića 6, Belgrade
Tel: +381 11 3229 678
E-mail: beoinfo@beograd.gov.rs
Website: www.beograd.rs

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Ile de France Supports French Film Festival

French Stars Alexis Manenti and Ladj Ly Inaugurate the 6th French Film Festival The sixth edition of the French Film Festival was officially opened last...

Belgrade Hotel Union Sold for €6.2 Million

Hotel Union, a historic landmark in Belgrade, has been sold for 727 million dinars (€6.2 million) at a public auction. The initial bidding price...

French Firms Suez and Vinci to Oversee Wastewater Treatment in Belgrade

The Serbian government has enlisted French companies Suez International SAS and Vinci Construction Grands Projets for the design, construction, financing, operation, and maintenance of...

Belgrade Prepares for Expo 2027 with a Focus on Play and Creativity

Belgrade is gearing up to host the Specialized Expo 2027, a global event set to captivate the world from May 15 to August 15,...

Regional Creative Network Established in Belgrade

In an initiative led by the National Platform "Serbia Creates" and the Ložionica Center, the first gathering of creative hubs, organizations, and initiatives from...

New Facility for Serbia’s Largest Private Ophthalmology Hospital Opens in Belgrade

The new facility of the Special Hospital for Ophthalmology "Klinika Miloš", the largest private eye hospital in Serbia, has officially opened in Belgrade. This...

Budapest-Belgrade High-Speed Railway Back on Track, Ahead of Schedule

The Budapest-Belgrade high-speed railway project, funded through China’s Belt and Road Initiative, is back on track with renewed momentum. Track-laying works on the Hungarian side...

The Olympic Torch’s Journey Through Yugoslavia

First kindled in 1936, the Olympic torch undertook a pioneering voyage from the ancient site of Olympia to Berlin, marking its inaugural journey in...