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Secanje na cuveni Orient Exspres.

Pogled na prugu i staru zeleznicku stanicu, gde je nekada prolazio cuveni Orient Exspres.
Prvobitna ruta otvorena je 4. oktobra 1883. od Pariza do grada Djurdju (Rumunija), sa stanicama u Minhenu i Becu. U Djurdju putnici su prebacivani trajektom preko Dunava do grada Ruse u Bugarskoj. Tamo se put nastavljao drugim vozom koji je isao za Varnu gde su putnici opet morali da pređu na trajekt koji bi ih prebacio do Istanbula. Godine 1885. otvorena je slavna trasa preko Beca, Beograda, do Nisa. Od Nisa do Plovdiva putovalo se kocijom a od Plovdiva do Istanbula ponovo vozom. Godine 1889. zavrsena je i deonica Nis—Plovdiv pa je kompletiran saobracaj vozom na trasi Pariz—Bec—Beograd—Nis—Sofija—Istanbul. U to doba Orijent ekpres je saobracao dnevno od Pariza do Budimpeste a tri puta nedeljno posledlja stanica mu je bila u Beogradu i Istanbulu. Za Bukurest, Konstancu i Crno more vozio je jednom nedeljno.
Krajnja stanica na istoku je bila Sirkeci gari u Istanbulu. Saobracaj je bio aktivan do 19. maja 1977. Putnici nastavljali put ka Aziji trajektom od zeleznicke stanice Hajdarpasa.

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- mapa kretanje Orient Exspresa.



Remembering the famous Orient Express.

View of the railway and the old railway station, where the famous Orient Express once passed.
The original route was opened on October 4, 1883 from Paris to the city of Giurgiu (Romania), with stops in Munich and Vienna. In Djurdj, passengers were transferred by ferry across the Danube to the city of Ruse in Bulgaria. There, the journey continued with another train that went to Varna, where the passengers again had to change to a ferry that would take them to Istanbul. In 1885, the famous route through Vienna, Belgrade, to Nis was opened. From Nis to Plovdiv they traveled by carriage and from Plovdiv to Istanbul again by train. In 1889, the section Nis-Plovdiv was completed, so the train traffic on the route Paris-Vienna-Belgrade-Nis-Sofia-Istanbul was completed. At that time, the Orient Express operated daily from Paris to Budapest, and its last stop three times a week was in Belgrade and Istanbul. He drove to Bucharest, Constanta and the Black Sea once a week.
The final stop in the east was Sirkeci Gari in Istanbul. The traffic was active until May 19, 1977. Passengers continued their journey to Asia by ferry from the Haydarpasa railway station.

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- map movement of Orient Exspresa.

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