Petit Futé's opinion on SKADARLIJA (СКАДАРЛИЈА)
The ancient Bohemian quarter of Belgrade, Skadarjia, or Skadarska, has long attracted the artists. Since the second half of the 1872 th century, Skadarska street has been named after. Its bohemian character reached its peak when the famous Dardaneli hostel («Les Dardanelles») was destroyed and its clients, writers and actors started to elect home in the other hostels in the corner. Nowadays, Skadarlija is one of Belgrade's attractions. We come here to taste the deliciously outmoded and reckless atmosphere that is reminiscent of Montmartre (with which Skadarlija has been twinned since 1977), and also to eat and drink a blow at any time of day and night. See in particular:
Statue of Đura Jakšić. A bronze statue erected in 1990 at No. 34 of Skadarska Street, house where lived and died the painter and poet of the same name. The work was sculpted by Jovan Soldatović.
Monument dedicated to the Tamboureur de. Dating back to 1990, he represents actor Harbour Šobota who had for many years played the tamboureur in the neighborhood. The sculpture is on the terrace of the Aga Dana restaurant.
Monument to the traveling actor. At the corner of Skadarska and Gospodar Jevremova. Wooden sculpture erected in honour of one of the founders of the modern Serbian theatre Joakim Vujić.
Fontaine Sebilj (public fountain). Replica of Sarajevo, offered to the City of Belgrade in 1989.
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