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Month: December 2017

The last train from/to Belgrade….

The last train from/to Belgrade….

On a memorial plate in the main railway station of Belgrade you can read:  “This building was opened 23rd August 1884 when Belgrade had 35480 inhabitants. The first train had 200 passengers and went to Niš, the railway station had two platforms. Around 1924 Belgrade had 170000 inhabitants and had a traffic of 46 trains daily with 16000 passengers. In 1939 Belgrade had 314000 inhabitants and had a traffic of 116 trains with 32800 passengers daily. The plate was revealed…

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02/11/2017: Presentation at the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

02/11/2017: Presentation at the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

On the 2nd November 2017 we were honored to present the results of our research to H.E. Mr. Dačić, the Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Serbian Foreign Minister and Serbian ambassador H.E. prof. dr Nikšić & Dutch ambassador H.E. van den Dool. The event was hosted by the Serbian ministry of Foreign Affairs and co-hosted by the Dutch embassy in Belgrade. The presentation was held in the Diplomatic Museum of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The speech of H.E….

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