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Babe (-jug) | 1:7 500, 1:10 000 | e = 5m | Serbia | 2010
Belgrade - Babe        Google maps
Beograd Open 2011 - day 1, WRE, middle, 5th March 19th March 2011
Beograd Open 2011 - day 2, long, 6th March 20th March 2011, AOC Košutnjak
Beograd Open 2012 - day 1, WRE, middle, 31st March 2012
Beograd Open 2012 - day 2, long, 1st April 2012, AOC Košutnjak
basemap: map 1:5 000, (orto)photo
2009-11: Dejan Avramović, Mile Stevanović
October and December 2010: Jan Drbal (45% of the area)
October 2011: Jan Drbal (25% of the area), Zdeněk Sokolář


February 27th 2012 | Jan Drbal
This year's Beograd Open will start on March 31st, so there is no more risk of the postponement due to snowfall like last year. The competition area will be the same as last year, just expanded on plenty of depressions and contour curls in the new part we mapped in October. This time newly also with Zdeněk "Čenda" Sokolář.

March 1st 2011 | Jan Drbal
The 2-day Beograd Open 2011 event on our map Babe-jug has been postponed! Important news from Dejan Avramović, the chief of the event: "... unfortunately, we have to postponed the competition due to the fact there is a lot of snow on the terrain. Yesterday we visited the terrain and measured 10 cm snow at the finish area on open land and 15-18 cm in the forest. ... Because of this, officialy competition will be postponed for two weeks, 19-20.3.2011." More info on the event website.
Surprising for me, as here in the south of Moravia we have almost forgot in the last months, what snow looks like.

February 12th 2011 | Jan Drbal
2-day Beograd Open 2011 will be held already in 3 weeks on Babe-jug, rather a small map whose west part I was mapping in the autumn 2010. The main credit for the attractiveness of the terrain for orienteering belongs to the Romans, although it probably was not their goal. And the Roman procurator named Baebenius has responsibility for the name of the map, the hotel where the event centre will be, and nearby village - Babe (jug means south). There are tens of knolls and hundreds of depressions and pits of various sizes as remains of the ancient Roman mining activities (lead, silver?). In addition, a small number of paths, mostly well runable beech and oak forest and also some open areas in the eastern part, altitude 190-320m. O-delicasy!


Sample of the map


Original drawing by Jan Drbal


Sample of the basemap, a map 1:5 000


Sample of the basemap, (orto)photo


Sample of the previous o-map Baebenius (2005)