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BGinfo Box, in cooperation with Belgrade tourist organization (TOB) through a well-developed network of advertising and informative panels, distributes free and easily available printing advertising and informative material. A seven year long experience in this line of work and approximately 2.000.000 copies of flyers, maps and brochures distributed in this period show us that in the range of printed material BGinfo Box has to offer, BGinfo Map is the most popular.
A business tourist or a “pack packer”, the first timer or an often seen guest, one is sure not to spend all the time in one’s hotel room. After settling, one is to look for a city map, information, ask questions, and BGinfo Map is to provide the answers. BGinfo Map is the only free tourist map of the city center with indicated landmarks of Belgrade and map’s sponsors’ locations. The map’s dimensions (B2) enable enough space for the information and marketing content of the map’s sponsors that help Belgrade guest to easily find their way get to know our city better. Belgrade is one of the most important tourist centers of the Balkans and its long and tumultuous history is preserved in many historical monuments and locations. But, Belgrade is a modern, dynamic city full of contemporary events, and this makes our advertising city map necessary to tourists. By sponsoring BGinfo Map, our clients invite Belgrade visitors to be their guests, present them their services or products and help them to experience our city. BGinfo Map is distributed through BGinfo Box regular channels as well as directly, hand to hand, done by Belgrade hotel receptionists, visitors. It can also be found in the premises of the map’s sponsors, as well as in numerous cafes, clubs, tourist and rent-a-car agencies, etc. Due to this, the list of distributive places is constantly growing.
Until the middle of 19th century the area from the Sremska until the King Milan's street where the Terazije square is today, was outside the town walls and was covered in swamps. In order to avoid the mixing of Serbian and Turkish population, duke Milos Obrenovic ordered Serbian craftsmen to settle close to today's square.
The name Terazije originates from the high water delivery towers that the Turks called the water terazije (the balance). At the place of one of the water towers, in 1860 the Terazije square water fountain was erected in the memory of duke Milos Obrenovic. The square was rearranged in 1911 and 1912 and a fountain was erected as well as the flower areas in the middle of the square.
The Krsmanović's house (built in 1885) where the unity of Serbia, Croatian and Slovenia was proclaimed in 1 December 1818, the "Moscow" hotel and the Anker palace are al at this square.read more...