Village sights in Belgrade
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South of the citadel lies Stari Grad, built mostly when the Habsburgs grabbed Belgrade from the declining Ottoman Empire.
Often hailed as Belgrade's Montmartre, Skadarska was the bohemian hang-out of poets and artists in the early 1900s. Today this cobbled street is famous for its Balkan taverns, strolling musicians, cafés and art galleries. In summer, the restaurants spill out onto the street, and music, theatre and cabaret performers entertain customers and passers-by.
The restaurants rejoice in unusual names, such as Tri Šešira (Three Hats - it was once a millinery), Ima Dana (There Are Days), Dva Jelena (Two Deer) and Dva Bela Goluba (Two White Doves).