I agree with Konia - the illuminations are amazing. In Sarajevo, many important and historical buildings are illuminated - Bey's Mosque in a soft, blueish light - the Cathedral of Jesus' Heart in a soft orange light, the Vijecnica in a harsher orange light...but it's complete, just WHAM: Flood lights on the buildings. I think Novi Sad has taken this and just made it an art form. Not only is it surely easier on electricity, but it's just beautiful beyond words. It's like...an architecture of light - a whole new building. I hope they incorporate that here in Sarajevo, and stop over-doing it this way:
Novi Sad is great, and thank you for this pictures Mila.
Some things that'll happen there:
-EXIT'05 fest this summer - the headliners list isn't completed yet, but we expect some great concerts
-EUROBASKET group stage - Novi Sad is hosting the group where SCG plays, and there are also Spain, Latvia and one more qualifier shall be known later.
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