Description:At the beginning of 1914, the unknown cameramen recorded the first film about the Serbian capital city Belgrade for the Serbian film producer Svetozar Botorić. The most important places and streets in Belgrade were recorded in the film: outings spot Topčider with the famous church, Residence of Prince Miloš Obrenović and the oldest plane tree in the city that was planted in this yard, then Botanical garden, ice on the Sava and the Danube rivers and the settlement Karaburma, monument of the scientist Josif Pančić, Grand market close to Gospodar Jovanova street, square Slavija, military hospital, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, building of the Seventh regiment, Railway station, Karađorđeva street, Botorić hotel “Paris“ on Terazije (this footage was probably made in the summer of 1913), Novo groblje (New cemetery) with gravestones of the renowned Serbians, Seismological station. In the film we can see barriers put up on the river banks for protection of ships and tugboats from the icebergs on the Sava and the Danube. The camera also recorded the icebergs movements on the 13th February 1914 upon the old Calendar (the 26th February upon the new Calendar), which had never been seen until then.
Keywords:EFG1914 / World War I / Srbija; Beograd / Serbia -- History -- 1804-1918