1. Fog descends over the waterfront at Zemun, a former Austro-Hungarian city taken over by Serbia after the first world war and later absorbed into Belgrade. The war’s opening artillery salvos, fired from here on July 28 1914, rained destruction onto the Balkan capital down the Danube. The historic suburb still retains a distinctive dialect, identity and Middle European attitude

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