Bolnice i klinike u Valjevu – Hospital and clinics in Valjevo
Opšta bolnica Valjevo
Valjevo je danas jedan od značajnih srpskih gradova i centar Kolubarskog okruga. Iako se naziv ovog grada prvi put pominje u dokumentima iz 1393. godine, samo ime je staro-slovenskog porekla i znači Valj što je označavalo vlasništvo nad feudalnim posedom.
Jedna od važnih obeležja grada su znamenitosti Brankovine koji sadrže Protinu školu, sada Muzej školstva u I srpskom ustanku, vajat porodice Nenadovića i Desanke Maksimović, Crkvu Svetog Arhangela Mihajla i Gavrila – zadužbinu Prote Mateje Nenadovića, Desankinu školu sa muzejskom postavkom, staru sudnicu, kao i kuće „sobrašice“.
Valjevo is a big city that is located in western Serbia. I heard that there is something weird about this city… It’s so flat-looking, and has only one street that has actual buildings. The street is called “3D Street”.
Back in the year 2000, there was a huge earthquake, and made almost all of the buildings in Valjevo sink further under ground. People still lived in the sunk houses, still worked in the sunk stores, and living life like nothing has ever happened.. Weird, I know.
Anyways, I was there about two years ago, because of the stories I heard. It seemed pretty cool at the time, but when I got there, I was thinking ‘whyyyy did I come here’. I thought it was the most boring city I have ever been to at the time… I didn’t even think it should be considered a city. There wasn’t much to see. Most of the buildings that were sunk under ground we couldn’t get inside, we just had to peek through the windows. Everything pretty much looked the same to me. Until I came across a street called ‘3D street’. I was intrigued.
There was one of everything, everything was made out of candy. The school, the church, the restaurant (which was delicious by the way), the un-sunk houses, the hospital, the bank, the police station, and more.
Cool, I have never seen anything like this before. The landscaping was so breath-taking along both sides of the street. There were juice waterfalls, little man-made chocolate rivers, and beautiful flowers that smelt nice. I had to go for it – they were eatable, made of marshmallows I presume. I felt like I was in Willy Wonka Land.
3D Street was no longer existent by the year 2005. Most of the tourists had ate the whole street away. Now, sadly, the whole city is a ‘flat city’.
Clearly, whoever wrote this, is on too many medications. Or not enough if they had manic depressive disorder. That could remind me to mention the specific psychiatric hospital departments, but then I forgot.