Red Star against Partizan Belgrade is always circled on the calendar as one of the most brutal football rivalries in the world. But tonight’s match didn’t even need the animosity between the two teams to produce bloodied fans and police officers as Partizan crowd turned on themselves. One sub-group of supporters tried to enter another’s territory on the terraces, but it ended badly with them getting battered, stripped, burned and kicked out of the ground half-naked. Scroll down for video Police escort the football fans injured during the fights at a match between Red Star and Partizan in Belgrade, Serbia December 13, They were stripped by a rival faction, battered burned and kicked out of the end they were trying to take A still image from a video showing supporters being frogmarched out of the ground. One man, the second from the front, can be seen with a bloodied face and another in the back of the crowd in front of the yellow gates appears to have been stripped completely naked Partizan fans put their hands on their heads as riot police officers escort them from the ground The fans, many of which appear to be naked, can be seen being marched away from the fracas The mass brawl resulted in 17 people suffering injuries, the Beta agency said on Wednesday.
Republic of Serbia — In , the area was ravaged by Attila the Hun. In it was retaken by the Byzantines. The first record of the name Belograd appeared on April, 16th, , in a Papal letter  to Bulgarian ruler Boris I.
Bus 72 runs twice an hour from the bus station near the departures level at Terminal 1 to Zeleni Venac market in the city centre.
Belgrade, home to two million people, is a pretty city sitting at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. The Serbian capital is fast becoming known as a center for international festivals; hosting more than a year, for sure there will be one going on whenever you visit. The original tower, with an observation deck, was a source of pride for the region.
It can be found on Avala Mountain on the outskirts of Belgrade. At meters feet high, it is the fifth tallest structure in Serbia; you can literally see for miles and miles from the observation deck. For a while, flowers surrounded his tomb, giving rise to the name House of Flowers; the flowers are gone now, replaced by white rocks. It was built in as a winter garden for Tito, who chose to be buried here.
The mausoleum today is part of the Museum of Yugoslav History.
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Your pound will go pretty far The country, which is currently in the process of ascension to the European Union, uses the Serbian Dinar and Brits will find that their pound goes pretty far. Access to attractions and tickets for public transport will all cost you less than a fiver, while your food and drink spend should also be modest. Local favourites include Underground Club and Drugstore, while Insomnia Cafe is great for a nightcap. In the summer months revellers head to the waterways Credit: Indeed, the construction project, which started in , is so immense that interior detail, including mosaic work, is still being added today.
The Supermarket Concept Store is part of a plethora of new cultural spaces for a city on the move Credit:
The enemy troops saw then a golden cross in the clear sky and and above it a shining virgin brandishing a shield and a spear with, beside her, a man dressed in shabby clothes and surrounded by a bright host of soldiers.
Interactive Maps Archaeological Museum This complex was build by the end of 19th century by the architect Vallaury thanks to great efforts of famous Turkish painter Osman Hamdi Bey. It includes the exquisite Tiled Kiosk and the Museum of the Ancient Orient and houses a large collection of artifacts and works of art belonging to ancient Greek, Roman and other Anatolian civilizations dating back to the 6th century BC. The Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great , Sarcophagus of Mourning Ladies, and other ancient sarcophagi and various objects found in the Sidon excavation are among its most interesting pieces.
Open daily between Top floor of this building was reserved to His mother Zubeyde Hanim and His sister Makbule, meanwhile Ataturk used middle floor for himself and lower floor for His loyal officer. On display are photographs of Ataturk from his birth until his death , as well as some of his clothes, personal belongings and paintings. It’s located at Halaskargazi Street in Sisli district.
The museum remains closed in for restauration works Asiyan Museum This museum is the former residence of famous Turkish poet Tevfik Fikret who constructed the building himself. In addition to an exhibit of the personal belongings of Fikret , there is a room devoted to the poet Nigar Hanim and displaying some of the belongings of Abdulhak Hamit. It’s located in Asiyan-Bebek district on the Bosphorus. It has interesting and valuable examples of the Turkish art of the pen, Korans , imperial seals, diplomas, Hilye-i serif descriptions of the Prophet , equipment and apparatus for calligraphic writing, samples of bookbinding, holy relics and miniatures, especially from Ottoman and Seljuk periods.
It is the first private museum of Turkey opened by Koc family, the richest of Turkey. One can find in this private museum almost everything on modern Turkish Arts. It was the first art museum in Turkey and only one in Istanbul until recently.
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KC GRAD KC Grad is a multi-functional space for various events ranging from parties, concert, art exhibitions, fashion shows, movie projections, workshops etc. It is definitely a place worth a visit. It is situated in a new clubbing district of Cetinjska St. Music section ranges from alternative, rock, pop to house and techno. Club offers two stages with different music, live gigs and movie nights.
Prices are descent and the crowd is casual.
We saw the blessing of Our Lady in that coincidence.
Culture[ edit ] The city is now home to a vibrant music and arts scene that is well-funded by the city and the state of Upper Austria. This is a park alongside the river, which is used mainly by young people to relax and meet in summer. Linz has other culture institutions, such as the Posthof, which is near the harbour,  and the Stadtwerkstatt , which is by the River Danube. Currently 69 cities worldwide are members of the Creative Cities network, which is divided into seven thematic categories: The title goes to cities which enrich urban life and successfully involve society in electronic art forms through the sponsorship and integration of media art.
To create the most intensive discourse possible with the other creative cities, Linz has to do a self-evaluation after a few years.
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At Valletta, in the Order’s church of St. John the Baptist, there was venerated an ancient icon of Our Lady which had originally been brought from Jerusalem to the shrine on Mount Phileremos on Rhodes hence the title. An exact copy is now one of the treasures of the Basilica of St.
It works only in the summer season, round the clock.
Bus 72 runs twice an hour from the bus station near the departures level at Terminal 1 to Zeleni Venac market in the city centre. The tickets except for the one ride ticket can be bought from the shop that sells food and newspapers inside the departures hall. The trip takes about 40 – 60 minutes depending on the traffic and the buses run from As of February , the ticket prices are: The buses are comfortable and air-conditioned. The fare is RSD, which is paid on-board; be sure to tell the driver what your destination is before departure.
The trip takes minutes.
Arsene Wenger made nine alterations from the team that lost at Watford on Saturday and it was an underwhelming display from his side until Giroud’s overhead kick settled the game in favour of the visitors. The win maintains Arsenal’s perfect start to their Europa League campaign as they move closer to qualifying for the round of Liverpool fans face travel chaos as game with Arsenal rescheduled Red Star hit the post in the first-half and worked Petr Cech and the hosts were incensed to lose Milan Rodic to a red card in the closing stages.
Historians from Russia, Malta and Italy dedicated numerous publications to the historical destiny of the icon in different countries.