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"The sky above Belgrade is wide and high, unstable but always beautiful; even during winter serenities with their icy splendour; even during summer storms when the whole of it turns into a single gloomy cloud which, driven by the mad wind, carries the rain mixed with the dust of panonian plain; even in spring when it seems that it also blooms, along with the ground; even in autumn when it grows heavy with the autumn stars in swarms. Always beautiful and rich, as a compensation to this strange town for everything that isn't there, and a consolation because of everything that shouldn't be there. But the greatest splendour of that sky above Belgrade, that are the sunsets. In autumn and in summer, they are broad and bright like desert mirages, and in winter they are smothered by murky clouds and dark red hazes. And in every time of year frequently come the days when the flame of that sun setting in the plain, between the rivers beneath Belgrade, gets reflected way up in the high celestial dome, and it breaks there and pours down over the scattered town. Then, for a moment, the reddish tint of the sun paints even the remotest corners of Belgrade and reflects into the windows, even of those houses it otherwise poorly illuminates." - Written about Belgrade by: Ivo Andric, Serbian Nobel prize laureate

Belgrade is situated in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. It lies at the point where the river Sava merges into the Danube, on the slope between two alluvial planes. The river waters surround it from three sides, and that is why since ancient times it has been the guardian of river passages. Because of its position it was properly called "the gate" of the Balkans, and "the door" to Central Europe. Along the ridge of the slope, from Kalemegdan, along the Knez Mihailova street, across Terazije to Slavija, stretches the main city traffic artery.

At Knez Mihailova street, the coordinates of Belgrade are marked: - 44 49'14" of northern latitude - 20 27'44" of eastern longitude - altitude 116,75 m.

Belgrade is the intersection of the roads of Eastern and Western Europe which lead through the Morava-Vardar valley and Nisava-Marica valley to the shores of the Aegean Sea, to Asia Minor and to the Middle East. Belgrade lies on the Danube river, the sailing route, which connects the Western Europe and Central Europe countries with the countries of South-Eastern and Eastern Europe. By the construction of the artificial lake and the Djerdap power station, Belgrade became a river and sea port. The ships from the Black Sea sail to its docks, and with opening of the Rhine-Main-Danube canal, Belgrade came to the center of the most important sailing route in Europe: The North Sea - Atlantic - Black Sea route.

Belgrade's surroundings consist of two different natural systems: On the north, the Pannonian depression, covered with wheat and corn, and Sumadija, with orchards and vineyards, south of the rivers Sava and Danube. The highest relief forms in Sumadija hillside are Kosmaj (628 m) and Avala (511 m). Starting from south, the terrain gradually descends to the north, in shapes of wide plateaus, sectioned by stream and river valleys. High plasticity of Belgrade relief, south of the rivers Sava and Danube, makes the city spread over many hills (Banovo, Lekino, Topcidersko, Kanarevo, Julino, Petlovo, Zvezdara, Vracar, Dedinje). North from the rivers Sava and Danube there are alluvial plains and loessial plateaus, which are divided by a steep section, up to 30 m high. New Belgrade is situated on the left bank of Sava, beneath a loessial plateau (Bezanijska kosa), and Zemun is situated on the right bank of Danube, beneath a loessial plateau.

The highest point of inner-city area of Belgrade, is at Torlak (Vozdovac), being the Holy Trinity Church at 303.1 m, while the lowest point is on Ada Huja (river island) at 70.15 m. The highest point of the larger-city area is on the Kosmaj mountain (Mladenovac) at 628 m. The absolute altitude of the Meteorological Observatory - 132 m - is considered the average altitude of Belgrade.

The Danube flows through 60 km of Belgrade area, from Stari Banovci to Grocka, while the Sava covers 30 km from Obrenovac to its intake. The length of river banks of Belgrade is 200 km. There are 16 river islands in that area, and the best known of them are Ada Ciganlija, Veliko ratno ostrvo and Grocanska ada.

There are many woods in the city area, and the best preserved are the woods of Kosmaj, Avala, Tresnja, Lipovica, Topcider, Obrenovacki zabran and Bojcin.

Belgrade, but it is still best known in Europe by kindly, cordial and friendly Belgrade, beautiful girls, fantastic nightlife all 7 days a week and well and the best street celebration of New Year in Europe!

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Belgrade is the capital of the Republic of Serbia, and standing as it does, over the confluence of the Rivers Sava and Danube, it occupies a central position on the European continent. Two international waterways, an international airport, the crossroads of Pan-European Corridors 10 and 7, links to the main rail routes and four railway stations make Belgrade the main communications and logistics hub of the region. Connecting Europe with the East as it has done for centuries, and bringing together various cultures and civilisations, Belgrade long ago acquired the title of Gate to the East, Door to the West.

Today Belgrade is a large industrial, commercial, tourist, cultural, educational and political centre and an important 1.7 million-customer market. The real potential of Belgrade lies in its educated population, who are ready to accept and implement new technologies, and are more open to learning new languages than in any other country in the region. Apart from their qualifications, another attribute of the labour force is its competitive edge and productivity.

The macroeconomic stability of the country offers a secure investment environment and enables profits to be generated through the lowest level of company profit tax in Europe. This is confirmed by the confidence investors have demonstrated through direct investments, which are showing continual growth. Serbia has access to the South-East Europe Free Trade Zone under the CEFTA agreement, as well as having a free trade agreement with Russia.

Belgrade is a friendly and dynamic place to live and spend quality leisure time, with a wide range of cultural events, many sports and recreational centres, a well-established range of places to eat and stay, as well as an attractive night life.

Belgrade is investing significant resources into infrastructure and building land development with the result that there is a substantial amount of building land available for all purposes. The Belgrade local authorities support investment and enable projects to be speedily commenced and completed.

So, invest in your own business in Belgrade, an official Southern European City of the Future!


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