Thursday, June 25, 2009

What to see when you're in Belgrade? EVENTS Summer 2009

Thursday, June 25, 2009

If you are already in Belgrade, you still have a chance to see Bluestock, the International Rythm and Blues Festival, held in the open air, in Košutnjak, the largest park in Belgrade. It is an annual festival, so don't worry, if you miss it this year, there's always next year. Bluestock time is always scheduled on the last Saturday of June.

From 1st to 12th July 2009, Belgrade will be the host of 25th Universiade. There's no need to present the Universiade, as it is world-wide known sports event. Around 9000 students-athletes, from 140 countries will compete in 15 sports and 208 disciplines.

And in the end: you can visit the exhibition Dinosaurs of Argentina - Giants of Patagonia, which will be in Belgrade until 15th January 2010. This exhibition was brought to Belgrade as a result of cooperation between GGPCLA Grupo Cultural from Argentina and Belgrade Natural History Museum. The exhibition has 40 exhibits and 15 different complete and partial skeletons of various dinosaurs, including over 17 meters long Rebbachisaurus tessonei and one of the oldest dinosaurs that ever lived - Herrerasaurus.

Although over 2 million people all over the world have already seen this exhibition, Belgrade will be the host of one premiere - new skeleton of one of the biggest carnivore dinosaurs (forgot the name, LOL).

The exhibition is located in Impulse Hall, near hotel Continental. Exhibition is opened every day from 10.00 h - 21.00 h. Tickets are available at the Impulse Hall and Natural HistoryMuseum. There are special group and family discounts.


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