Also, i want to mention that i had some really tough time passing by so many eye-catching things tempting me from nearly every shopwindow! The good thing is that even inexpensive things in Belgrade, be it clothes, shoes or accessories, do look tasteful! Sincerely, most of stuff in the category had been like this. So, if you want a budget-friendly but smart shopping, welcome to Belgrade!ツ
↑... i fell in love with this awesome rooster at first glance! Really, i was hardly coaxed to move on from the shopwindow! And though this time a giant art purchase wasn't in our plans, but it is now in my mind to be back for my rooster and take him with me! Please, dear anyone, don't buy it! Let it enliven the street... until i come!😇↑...here, in the window of a restaurant (unfortunatelly, i didn't remember the location:(, i was caught by these picturesque dry flower arrangements! Floristics is my big passion, so floral creations wherever displayed always have my attention.ツ
Kneza Mihaila street (or Prince Michael Street) - the city's promenade. If i am not mistaken, it's on the left side of the street in the direction of Kalemegdan park.
Also, this was a place where i let my admiration for Nikola Tesla go wild! Well, ok... not as wild as i really wished it, but i bought some souvenirs portraying my favourite scientist. And, later on, in a souvenir tent, which are many along Knez Mihailova street, i got a T-shirt with a portrait of Nikola Tesla! A selfie of us both has to happen, no way around it! :))
(next to Nikola Tesla's portrait, in the very bottom of the shopwindow), and here i tried to shoot it close-up. Cartoon style and bright colours of the artwork showing a panorama of Belgrade amazed me!
↑... as you may guess, i am in l💗ve with this painting! Alas, my photography can't show it, but the painting was obviously done in some special technique which my untrained eye couldn't guess... I was captivated by the colours and the incredible lightness of... drawing!;↕... the Victorian in me was so excited at the sight of this fine cutlery, vessels, mirrors and purses!!
↑... [s e c o n d p i c ] i love this richly framed roses and a striped chair together! such a lovely corner!
↑... as far as my amateur acquaintance with historical design styles may allow me to judge, this curved.... drawer (correct me if this is not quite proper word for it) belongs to Art Nouveau epoch (the topic of my latest and biggest interest, by the by). ツ We spent there some time indulging in contemplation of all that Beauty, but there came a time to continue our walk...