City authorities expect "50,000 tourists" in Belgrade

50,000 tourists are expected to attend the New Year celebrations this year in Belgrade, head of the city's interim administration Siniša Mali has said.

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  1. Propaganda or dreamers one the 80s ! Ceca is not known out of Serbia ! Pure self satisfaction and propaganda ! H
    (LOL, 31 December 2013 21:15)
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    Really? Then how come I've heard of her and I live in Australia?
    I think many Croats enjoy her music when she visits but won't admit it.
    (Peggy, 1 January 2014 07:21)

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  2. Propaganda or dreamers one the 80s ! Ceca is not known out of Serbia ! Pure self satisfaction and propaganda ! H
    (LOL, 31 December 2013 21:15)

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  3. Good way to promote Belgrade and Serbia at all. The whole region knows and loves Ceca. And everything is for free for Belgrade, good job for interim administration. This is the proof that city can work.
    (Nataly, 31 December 2013 14:33)

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