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Kopenhagen

Ušteda

na uličnom svetlu

Vlasti u glavnom gradu

Danske zamenile su 20.000

uličnih svetiljki, polovinu

ukupnog broja u gradu, eko-

nomičnim LED osvetljenjem.

Od početka naredne godine

potrošnja energije će se sma-

njiti za 57 odsto, što je ekvi-

valentno godišnjoj potrošnji

4500 gradskih domaćinstava.

Projekat je jedan od koraka

ka nastojanju da Kopenhagen

postane prvi ugljenično ne-

utralan grad na svetu. Stare

svetiljke (na crtežu) grad pro-

daje na aukcijama. Ispostavilo

se da mnogi sugrađani žele sa

sačuvaju deo istorije u svojim

domovima. Stare svetiljke

dostižu prosečnu cenu oko

90 evra.

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Copenhagen

Savings on

streetlights

The authorities in the Danish

capital have replaced by 20

thousand street lights, half

the city’s total number, with

economical LED lighting. This

will ensure that as of the start

of next year energy consump-

tion will be reduced by 57 per

cent, equivalent to the annual

electricity consumption of

4,500 urban households. The

project is one of the steps in

an endeavour aimed at ma-

king Copenhagen the world’s

first carbon neutral city. The

old streetlights (pictured), are

being sold by the City at auc-

tions. It turns out that many

citizens like to preserve this

piece of history in their ho-

mes. The old streetlights are

selling for an average price of

around 90 euros.

TRENUTAK

/ FLASH

Er Srbija leti dnevno iz Beograda za Bukurešt

Air Serbia flies daily from Belgrade to Bucharest

Er Srbija leti četiri puta nedeljno iz Beograda za Stokholm

Air Serbia flies four times a week from Belgrade to Stockholm

Stokholm

Najbrži rast u Evropi

Stokholm je najbrže rastući grad u Evropi po broju stanovnika,

pokazala je tabela koju je za Švedsku privrednu komoru sastavio

ekonomista Peter Stejn. Analiza predviđa da će se broj stanovni-

ka švedskog glavnog grada (na snimku) povećati u narednih pet

godina za 11 odsto, sa sadašnjih 911.989 stanovnika na 1.012.488

u 2020. U privrednoj komori se raduju rastu, jer će to gradu stvo-

riti „kritičnu masu“ i bolju poziciju na svetskim tržištima.

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Stokholm

Fastest growth in Europe

Stockholm is the fastest growing city in Europe in terms of po-

pulation, according to a table compiled for Sweden’s Chambers

of Commerce by economist Peter Stein. His analysis predicts

that the population of the Swedish capital (pictured) will incre-

ase by eleven per cent over the next five years, from the current

total of 911,989 to 1,012,488 inhabitants by 2020. The Chambers

of Commerce looks forward to the growth, as it will create a

“critical mass” in the city and improve its position on world

markets.

Bukurešt

Najteža zgrada na svetu

„Komunistička tura“ je jedna od najpopularnijih među turi-

stima u Bukureštu, glavnom gradu Rumunije. Poseban kuriozitet

u obilasku mesta koja su obeležila period vladavine diktatorskih

režima iz vremena komunizma jeste poseta najtežoj zgradi na

planeti, Palati parlamenta (na fotografiji). Prema Ginisovoj knjizi

rekorda u nju je ugrađeno 700.000 tona gvožđa i bronze, milion

kvadratnih metara mermera, 3500 tona kristala i 900.000 kvadrat-

nih metara drveta. Zgrada ima 1200 prostorija i osam spratova

pod zemljom. Osim državnog parlamenta u njoj je smešten i

Nacionalni muzej savremene umetnosti.

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Bucharest

World’s heaviest building

Bucharest’s “Communist Tour” is among the most popular tours

among tourists in the Romanian capital. One special oddity in

the tour of the sites that marked the period of the dictatorial com-

munist regime is a visit to the heaviest building in the world, the

Palace of the Parliament (pictured). According to the Guinness

Book of Records, the building includes 700,000 tonnes of iron

and bronze, a million square metres of marble, 3,500 tonnes of

crystals and 900,000 square metres of wood. The building has

1,200 rooms and eight subterranean floors. In addition to the

state parliament, it also houses Romania’s National Museum of

Contemporary Art.

Er Srbija leti dnevno

iz Beograda za

Kopenhagen

Air Serbia flies daily

from Belgrade to

Copenhagen