MADERA

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RS: Restoran Madera se nalazi u gradskoj zoni duge prošlosti. Deo današnjeg Bulevara kralja Aleksandra od Takovske do Beogradske ulice bio je poznat pod imenom Fišegdžijska čaršija jer je, po naredbi kneza Miloša Obrenovića, taj prostor bio određen za prodaju baruta i fišeka. Na mestu gde se danas nalazi restoran Madera najpre je otvorena kafana Smederevo, gde su se okupljali kočijaši i amali. Potom je, u duhu moderne, podignuta višespratna zgrada čije je prizemlje 1937. godine krasila kafana – restoran Madera. Priča kaže da je restoran dobio ime tako što je neko od gostiju doneo odlično vino sa portugalskog ostrva Madeira. U ovom restoranu okupljali su se gradski boemi, čuveni umetnici i novinari, koje su popularno nazivali “maderašima”. Među njima su dr Aca Obradović, Predrag Milojević, Ljuba Tadić, Miroslav Radojčić, Den Tana, Miljan Miljanić, Slava Đukić, Ljubiša Vukadinović, Dragoslav Šekularac i drugi. Današnji, moderan izgled Madera je dobila u maju 2003. godine. EN: Madera is located in the metropolitan area with a long history. Part of today's Boulevard of King Alexander - from Takovska to Beogradska street - was known as "Fišegdžijska čaršija" (Cornet market) because, by order of Prince Miloš Obrenović, this area has been designated for the sale of gun-powder cornets. The place where Madera restaurant stands today, had been occupied by a "kafana" called Smederevo - a gethering place of coachmen and blue-collars. Then, in the spirit of Modernism, a new building was erected whose lobby was populated by the restaurant Madera in 1937. The story goes that the restaurant got its name as one of the regular guests brought a great wine from the Portuguese island of Madeira. Belgrade's bohemians, famous artists and journalists, which have been popularly called "maderaši", gethered in our restaurant. Among them are Dr Aca Obradović, Predrag Milojević, Ljuba Tadić, Miroslav Radojčić, Den Tana, Miljan Miljanić, Slava Đukic, Ljubiša Vukadinović, Dragoslav Šekularac and others. Its current, modern appearance Madera got in May 2003.

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