Welcome to ZEOLITE 2014, Belgrade, Serbia!
- NEW! - PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME (visit Programme)
- - A limited number of student's registration fees will be covered by the Organizers. Deadline for APPLICATION is 15th March 2014 (visit Registration)
- - 14th February 2014 - EXTENDED deadline for submission of 2 page extended abstracts (visit Important dates)
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is situated in south-eastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula.
Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has been an important crossroads between eastern
and western Europe since ancient times.
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The city lies at the confluence of two international waterways, the rivers Sava and Danube, which surround it on three sides. Because of its position, it has rightly been called "Gateway to the Balkans" and the "Door to Central Europe". Belgrade has a population of around 1.7 million.
Two distinct natural features surround Belgrade: The Pannonian Depression to the north, and Šumadija to the south. Belgrade’s rivers have a total of 200 km of riverbank and 16 river islands with Ada Ciganlija and Great War Island being the largest.
Great War Island Ada Ciganlija
Ada Ciganlija Bridge
Belgrade is a tourist center which offers many historic and cultural attractions such as the Belgrade Fortress, the central bohemian quarter Skadarlija, the Residence of Princess Ljubica, the Captain Miša’s Building, Old Royal Palace and New Royal Palace, the National Assembly building, the Saint Sava Temple and the famous Kalemegdan park. The city has excellent facilities for meetings, conference participants, and their guests.
National Assembly Building Saint Sava Temple
New Royal Palace Kalemegdan Park