Selfie with “MUJA”.

Seafarer/Blogger/Traveller Rudolph.A.Furtado (Selfie) with “MUJA”, the oldest captive alligator in the World at Belgrade zoo.”Muja” arrived at the zoo from Germany in 1936 with another alligator ,his mate.He has survived World War II in which the zoo was almost totally destroyed as also the N.A.T.O Bombings of Yugoslavia in 1999. In 2012 he underwent a successful surgery to amputate a part of his leg which had become gangrene. and since then is in the pique of health.He is fed 5-6 Kg of bone meat once a week. read more

Skadarlija(Bohemian Quarter) of Belgrade.

“SKADARLIJA(Bohemian Quarter)” at night packed with tourists.There is a queue and “Waiting List” for most of the restaurants lined along the cobblestone street.This street is a “Car-free” zone and during the day cyclists ride along the bumpy cobblestones. Restaurants in Skadarlija are proud of the Worldwide celebrities and gourmets who have dined in their restaurants.over the years read more

Church of St Sava in Belgrade.

“Church of St Sava” one of the largest Orthodox Churches in the World.This building is also one of the largest church buildings in the World. and is dedicated to St Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox church.The Church was built in 1935 on the Vracar plateau on the location where St Sava’s remains were burnt in 1595 and its construction is still in progress to the present day. read more

Seafarer/Blogger/Traveller Rudolph.A.Furtado on the Latin Bridge in Sarajevo.

atin Bridge is an Ottoman bridge built of stone and gypsum over the river Miljacka in Sarajevo, The northern end of the bridge was the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Gavrilo Princip in 1914 which triggered World War – I.The bridge has four arches and rests on three strong pillars and the embankment. During the Yugoslav era, the bridge was known as Principov most(Princip’s Bridge). read more