Here’s another one of Belgrade’s 17 municipalities, situated along the right bank of the Danube on marshy land, with its main settlements built further from the river. Zemun (ZAY-moon) itself was built right on the bank, 100 meters above sea level. It’s wonderful to walk in just about any season along the river (sidewalks being upgraded into an even lovelier riverside walk). You can enjoy the view, have coffee, a drink, lunch or dinner at one of numerous cafes and restaurants (outdoor terraces are open as much as possible!) There are several great fish restaurants in particular.
Photo that reminds me of windows/walls I have seen on back streets of some Italian cities I’ve visited. Once again, these windows come to you courtesy of Belgrade’s adjacent municipality of Zemun.
This cheery lemon-colored wall I found in Zemun, one of Belgrade’s adjacent municipalities. Nice, healthy-looking cacti, too!