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Belgrade, Serbia

Spomenik Sibinjanin Janku

This statue of a 15th-century Hungarian military and political figure has become known for its resemblance to a particular cartoon knight.
Belgrade, Serbia

Eastern City Gate of Belgrade

This feat of Brutalist architecture is also known as the Three Sisters.
Belgrade, Serbia

Zemun Fortress

Different sections of the Zemun Fortress were built in the 14th and 15th century as a response to the advance of the Ottoman Empire.
Belgrade, Serbia

Poslastičarnica sa stavom

This ice cream parlor serves scoops of flavors like rakia, medlar, and poppy seed.
Belgrade, Serbia

Icarus on the Air Force Command Building

An Art Deco Icarus statue adorns this abandoned gem of Yugoslav Modernist architecture.
Belgrade, Serbia

Hotel Yugoslavia

One of Serbia's oldest luxury hotels and a nostalgic echo to Yugoslavia in the state's former capital.
Belgrade, Serbia

Monument to the U.S. Bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade

A small memorial to a deadly night in Serbia that shook the world before it was swept under the rug.
Belgrade, Serbia

YU Biznis Centar

Considered an architectural abomination by some, this metal-clad building is known as 'little red riding hood' by locals.
Belgrade, Serbia

Monument to the Victims of the Sajmište Concentration Camp

Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Serbia.
Belgrade, Serbia

Raša Popov Monument

This statue of the famed author, actor, and journalist is made entirely of screw-nuts.
Belgrade, Serbia

We Were Just Children

Memorial to the 89 children killed during the NATO bombing of Serbia.
Belgrade, Serbia

The Why? Memorial

A NATO bombing took the lives of 16 civilians in 1999—the ruins remain in the center of Belgrade.
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Old Town Walls Basketball Courts

Picturesque basketball courts sheltered by historical defensive walls and with an enviable sea view.
Budapest, Hungary

Uránia Nemzeti Filmszínház

A stunning Art Nouveau cinema in the heart of Budapest.
Pula, Croatia

Kažnjavanje Dirke (The Punishment of Dirce)

A Roman mosaic depicting a classical myth was only rediscovered after bombing during World War II.
Kisapáti, Hungary

The Basalt Organ

Take a hike to this unique rock formation formed by lava flows.
Zalaszántó, Hungary

Zalaszántó Stupa

One of the biggest Buddhist stupas in Europe, hidden from most locals.
Manama, Bahrain

The Legends of Dilmun

Is this amazing tableau depicting Gilgamesh and Enki 4,000 years old?
Oxford, England

Magdalen College Gargoyles

A cornucopia of gargoyles adorns the oldest portion of Oxford’s Magdalen College.
Milan, Italy

Dancing Bull of Good Fortune

Third time's a charm, or in this case, two testicles are.
Glasgow, Scotland

George Square Imperial Measurements

A small collection of objects of a bygone era hide in plain view.
Trogir, Croatia

Crkva Sv. Sebastijana (Church of St. Sebastian)

The interior of this church has been turned into a memorial to locals who died in Croatia's Homeland War.
Paris, France

Le Moulin de la Galette

Montmartre's sole surviving windmill became an iconic landmark for 19th-century painters, artists, and bohemians.
Birmingham, England

Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris Stained Glass Windows

A collection of windows created by two of the foremost leaders in the British Arts and Crafts Movement.