36 Facts About New Belgrade

1. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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2. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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3. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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4. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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5. Toward the end of the war, New Belgrade was bombed by Anglo-American planes for several months.

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6. New Belgrade changed hands many times, the Jews suffering each time.

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7. New Belgrade became the capital of the Kingdom of Serbia in 1882.

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8. The University of New Belgrade, founded in 1808 as the "Great School" or Grandes ecoles in French, is the oldest institution of higher learning in Serbia.

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9. New Belgrade is the country's main business district and one of Southeastern Europe's financial centers.

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10. New Belgrade receives about 691 millimetres of precipitation a year, with late spring being wettest.

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11. New Belgrade has a humid subtropical climate, according to Koppen climate classification, with four seasons and uniformly spread precipitation.

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12. New Belgrade was captured by subterfuge, with six German soldiers led by their officer Fritz Klingenberg pretending to be a larger force, accepted the surrender of the city.

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13. At the beginning of the 19th century, New Belgrade was predominantly inhabited by Muslim population.

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14. New Belgrade was again named the capital of Serbia in 1841.

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15. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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16. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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17. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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18. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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19. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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20. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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21. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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22. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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23. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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24. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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25. New Belgrade developed on Le Corbusier's principles of the " sun city ", which includes lots of green areas and infrastructure which can easily be upgraded.

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26. New Belgrade is an urban municipality of the city of Belgrade.

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27. New Belgrade Clubs don't usually close before 4:00, but some shut as early as 2:00.

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28. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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29. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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30. New Belgrade offers rich night life along the banks of Sava and Danube, right up to the point where the two rivers meet.

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31. New Belgrade is served by two more road bridges—Branko's Bridge and Ada Bridge, and by the road-tram Old Sava Bridge.

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32. New Belgrade became the main business district in Serbia and one of major in Southeast Europe.

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33. New Belgrade developed on Le Corbusier's principles of the "sun city", which includes lots of green areas and infrastructure which can easily be upgraded.

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34. The latest addition to New Belgrade parks, Park Republika Srpska from 2008, is located in the municipality.

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35. New Belgrade is located on the left bank of the Sava River, in the easternmost part of the Srem region.

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36. New Belgrade is a municipality of the city of Belgrade.

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