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Museo Militar de Belgrado

Museo Militar de Belgrado

The Cathedral of Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia | A1 Pictures

The Cathedral of Saint Sava is a Serbian Orthodox church located in Vračar, Belgrade, Serbia. It is the largest Orthodox church in the world and ranks among the ten largest church buildings in the world

Skadalija - boem's quarter

Skadalija - boem's quarter

The White Palace, Belgrade, Serbia.

The White Palace, Belgrade, Serbia.

Museo Militar de Belgrado

Museo Militar de Belgrado

Museo Militar de Belgrado

Museo Militar de Belgrado

The NATO attack arrived after unsuccessful negotiations on the crisis in Kosovo, in Rambouillet and Paris – in February and March 1999. Serbian Parliament has decided not to accept foreign troops on its territory. After that decision, on 24 March 1999, at 7:45 pm NATO forces started air strikes. Attacks on FR Yugoslavia were ordered by Secretary General of NATO Javier Solana, and the Serbian (Yugoslav) government declared the state of war on the same night.

The tenth anniversary of the NATO bombing campaign against Serbia was marked today in the whole country. Air raid sirens have been turned on and the sound so familiar to Serbian people has called them for a minute of silence to remember the victims

Parliament of Serbia

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