The first passenger car in ‪#‎Belgrade‬ arrived to the Serbian capital ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in 1903

The first passenger car in ‪#‎Belgrade‬ arrived to the Serbian capital ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in 1903

The first passenger car in ‪#‎Belgrade‬ arrived to the Serbian capital ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in 1903. The travelers who found themselves at the train station in Belgrade on that April 3rd, 1903 were left breathless when a car appeared from one of the wagons, the first car in Belgrade and ‪#‎Serbia‬. This date is taken as the

The first passenger car in #Belgrade

The first passenger car in ‪#‎Belgrade‬ arrived to the Serbian capital ‪#‎OnThisDay‬ in 1903. The travelers who found themselves at the train station in Belgrade on that April 3rd, 1903 were left breathless when a car appeared from one of the wagons, the first car in Belgrade and ‪#‎Serbia‬. This date is taken as the beginning of automobilism in Serbia. The car arrived from Vienna, and it was bought for 12,000 crowns by Božidar Radulović from Belgrade. The “Nesselsdorfer” model had a water-cooled two-cylinder boxer engine with 12 horsepower. A driver who came with the car stayed in Belgrade for 45 days to train the first Serbian driver and later a mechanic Sreten Kostić.
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На данашњи дан 1903. године у ‪#‎Београд‬ је стигао први путнички аутомобил. Путницима који су се тог 3. априла 1903. године нашли на Железничкој станици у Београду застао је дах када је из једног од транспортних вагона искрцан аутомобил, први који се појавио у Београду и Србији. Овај датум узима се као почетак аутомобилизма код нас. Аутомобил је стигао из Беча, а купио га је за 12.000 круна Божидар Радуловић из Београда. Ауто марке “Nesselsdorfer” имао је водом хлађени двоцилиндрични боксер мотор са 12 коњских снага. У пратњи аутомобила дошао је и возач, који је у Београду остао 45 дана и обучио првог српског шофера, касније и механичара Сретена Костића.

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