via Serbija

This time, time for the gallery from the road back from the Montenegro via Serbia. Before leaving the Montenegro we had a stop at the wonderful Đurđevića Tara Bridge. Wonderful views, what a pity we’ve got just a short break there. In the second part of the post there are some Street photos taken in Prijepolje in Serbia. I wish I could spend more time for a street walks with a camera there…

Skadarsko Jezero
View from the car at the Skadarsko Lake
Stop. Checking the map.
Paradise of Ajvar
Stop at Žabljak (Жабљак)
Memory plate
View at the Žabljak village
View at the Žabljak village
Village of the Budecevica near the Tara Bridge
Direction sign – we came from Žabljak to the Tara Bridge
Shop stands close to the Tara Bridge
Tara bridge – construction dates and information
Đurđevića Tara Bridge itself
Мост на Ђурђевића Тари – Tara Bridge
Đurđevića Tara Bridge, which was designed by Mijat Trojanović, was built between 1937 and 1940 in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
The 365-metre-long (1,198 ft) bridge has five arches; the largest span is 116 metres (381 ft). The roadway stands 172 metres (564 ft) above the Tara River. At the time of its completion, it was the biggest vehicular concrete arch bridge in Europe.
Standing a the queue towards Serbian border
Now a little closer
Република Српска – Border of the Serbija
Beograd to the left. What a pity we didn’t managed to visit Belgrad this time.
Stop at the Prijepolie in Serbija. Signs of the previous election
Or maybe future elections ?
Some street snapshots
Street snapshots
It’s closed
Death notices in Serbija – Green contrast on the black christian death notices
Vegetable stands on the streets of Prijepolje
Vegetable stands on the streets of Prijepolje
marketplace in Prijepolje
marketplace in Prijepolje
marketplace in Prijepolje
marketplace in Prijepolje – packing the shopping
Mosque in Prijepolje
Streets of Serbia
Reflections 2
Memory wall – WWII
Church coexisting with mosques in Prijepolje
One more colorful reflection
Manhole – compulsory photo during travel
Shopping time
Streets of Serbia
Going via Serbia – another City
Locomotive of Serbia
Colorful short stop
Strange wall
Direction: Čačak (Чачак)
One more shot from the window of the Serbian railways
Shot though the window at the stone pit in Serbia

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