The most dramatic part of Kosančićev Venac could be easy to dismiss as an insignificant long demolished building in a plot left in disuse.
But this is Belgrade.
So it is not.
An overgrown hole in the ground surrounded by fencing and marked by two large posters in Serbian and English marks the spot of the former National Library.
Destroyed by German bombs on 6 April, 1941.
The words on the…