TY - JOUR TI - Some spatial-demographic aspects of daily interaction of Belgrade and surroundings AU - Stamenković Srboljub Đ. AU - Gatarić Dragica R. JN - Glasnik Srpskog geografskog drustva PY - 2008 VL - 88 IS - 2 SP - 45 EP - 50 PT- Article AB- Belgrade as the capital of the Republic of Serbia represents, among others, one of the leading metropolises of Southeastern Europe and Balkan Peninsula. Its gravitation impacts-convergent and divergent, exceed to a great extent the borders of mother country. On basis of available data, by the census of 2002, it is for certain that 134,415 migrants - workers, pupils and students are moving daily to Belgrade and from Belgrade towards closer and broader surroundings, but mass of convergent daily migration is larger (120,585 migrants or 89.7%) than mass of divergent daily movements (13,830 migrants or 10.3%). Daily urban system of Belgrade includes considerable area of many diverse kinds and types of settlements wherefrom the city receives daily migrants and wherein it gives the migrants daily.