28 Sights in City of Belgrade, Serbia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in City of Belgrade, Serbia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 28 sights are available in City of Belgrade, Serbia.

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1. Споменик Милораду Павићу

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Споменик Милораду Павићу The original uploader was Djordjes at Serbian Wikipedia. / CC BY 2.5

Milorad Pavić was a Serbian novelist, poet, short story writer, and literary historian. Born in Belgrade in 1929, he published a number of poems, short stories and novels during his lifetime, the most famous of which was the Dictionary of the Khazars (1984). Upon its release, it was hailed as "the first novel of the 21st century." Pavić's works have been translated into more than thirty languages. He was vastly popular in Europe and in South America, and was deemed "one of the most intriguing writers from the beginning of the 21st century." He won numerous prizes in Serbia and in the former Yugoslavia, and was mentioned several times as a potential candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature. He died in Belgrade in 2009.

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2. Историјски музеј Србије

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The Historical Museum of Serbia is a public institution dedicated to documentation of history of Serbia from prehistory up to the present. The museum was established in 1963 and today it preserves over 35,000 exhibits in its collection. Over the years the museum was located at different locations around the capital city of Belgrade. In 2020, as a part of the Belgrade Waterfront development project, the museum was granted the historical building of the Belgrade Main railway station as its new permanent base. The museum is one of the leading institutions of its kind in the city and the country.

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3. Споменик кнезу Михаилу

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Prince Mihailo Monument is a monument of Prince Mihailo. It is located in the main Republic Square in Belgrade, Serbia, and was erected in 1882. It was the first public monument with representation of an equestrian figure of a ruler in Serbia. The monument is by Italian sculptor Enrico Pazzi. Reliefs on the monument were performed according to the drawings of architect Konstantin Jovanović. The monument was declared a Monument of Culture of Great Importance in 1979 and it is protected by Republic of Serbia, as the oldest and the most representative figural Serbian memorial.

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4. Доситејев лицеј (Музеј Вука и Доситеја)

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The Museum of Vuk and Dositej is one of the most important memorial museums in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Founded in 1949, it depicts the life, work and legacy of Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (1787–1864), the reformer of the Serbian language, and Dositej Obradović (1742–1811), a writer who was the country's first Minister of Education. The museum is a crucial site for understanding the revival of Serbian culture at the time of the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire. Since 1979, this institution has been governed by the National Museum of Serbia.

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5. Црква Свете тројице

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The Church of the Holy Trinity, also called the Russian Church, in Belgrade is a metochion of the Russian Orthodox church in Belgrade, Serbia. It was erected in 1924 according to the plans of Russian émigré architect Valery Stashevsky and was meant mainly for refugees from Soviet Russia who arrived in Serbia in thousands from 1920, after the defeat of the White Army in European part of Russia in the Russian Civil War. The church is located on the northern edge of the Tašmajdan Park, next to a much bigger St. Mark's of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

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6. Саборни храм Светог Архангела Михаила

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The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel is a Serbian Orthodox cathedral church in the centre of Belgrade, Serbia, situated in the old part of the city, at the intersection of Kralja Petra and Kneza Sime Markovića streets. It was built between 1837 and 1840, on the location of an older church also dedicated to Archangel Michael. It is one of the most important places of worship in the country. It is commonly known as just Saborna crkva among the city residents. It was proclaimed as a Cultural Monument of Exceptional Importance in 1979.

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7. Музеј савремене уметности

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Музеј савремене уметности Viktor Markovic from Belgrade, Serbia / CC BY 2.0

The Museum of Contemporary Art is an art museum located in Belgrade, Serbia. It was founded in 1958 as the Modern Gallery, making if one the first museums of this type in the world. It was moved into the current building in the Ušće neighborhood of New Belgrade in 1965. The building is a masterpiece of architects Ivan Antić and Ivanka Raspopović, a short-lived but highly successful partnership, which also produced the 21 October Museum in Šumarice Memorial Park in Kragujevac. The collection contains more than 35,000 works of art.

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8. Дом Јеврема Грујића

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The house of Jevrem Grujić is located in 17 Svetogorska Street, – the first designated heritage building since the founding of the Cultural Heritage Protection Institute of the City of Belgrade, in 1961. It is located in the immediate distance from the theatre "Atelje 212". The descendants of Jevrem Grujić, a prominent figure of the Serbian 19th century diplomacy, still live in this house. The life and work of members and descendants of the Grujić family is associated with the important political and social events in Serbia.

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9. Музеј Николе Тесле

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The Nikola Tesla Museum is a science museum located in the central area of Belgrade, Serbia. It is dedicated to honoring and displaying the life and work of Nikola Tesla as well as the final resting place for Tesla. It holds more than 160,000 original documents, over 2,000 books and journals, over 1,200 historical technical exhibits, over 1,500 photographs and photo plates of original, technical objects, instruments and apparatus, and over 1,000 plans and drawings.

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10. Црква Светог Марка

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Црква Светог Марка Simon Legner (User:simon04) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The St. Mark's Church or the Church of St. Mark is a Serbian Orthodox church located in the Tašmajdan park in Belgrade, Serbia, near the Parliament of Serbia. It was built in the Serbo-Byzantine style by the Krstić brothers, completed in 1940, on the site of a previous church dating to 1835. It is one of the largest churches in the country. There is a small Russian church next to St. Mark's.

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11. Споменик Хејдару Алијеву

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Споменик Хејдару Алијеву / Public domain

Ulaniv, an Arindahl, is Azerbaijan's third president since the age of 24. June 1993. 31 at most. October 2003. Years. As president of the country, he has a constitutional mandate, but his influence on Azerbaijani politics began in early years. As a young man, he joined the Azerbaijani People's High Commissioner for National Security (nkgb) and soon rose to the rank of Major General.

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12. Биста Марка Миљанова

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Marko Miljanov Popović Drekalović was Serbian, ie mountain and Montenegrin writer and the duke of the tribe. In the youth, Pivnik was in Prince of Montenegro and Petrović. The duke marks gave him Montenegrin Knjaz Nikola and Petrović, with which later parted due to political misunderstandings. After the liberation of Podgorica (1878), Marko Miljanov was the Mayor for a while.

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13. Јеврејски историјски музеј

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The Jewish Historical Museum is a museum located to the southeast of Kalemegdan, Stari Grad, Belgrade. Founded in 1948, it is the only Jewish museum in Serbia. The museum is situated in a building constructed in 1928 for the Sefardic community. The museum's collection is comprehensive and also complex in its content, with exhibits arranged thematically.

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14. Дамад Али-пашино турбе

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Damat Ali-Paša's Turbeh is an Ottoman mausoleum erected in 1784 in Belgrade, Serbia. It held the body of the vizier Silahdar Damat Ali Pasha. The building is situated in the Upper Town of the Belgrade Fortress. Along with Sheik Mustafa's Tomb, this monument represents one of the only remaining examples of Islamic funerary architecture in Belgrade.

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15. Народни музеј Србије

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Народни музеј Србије Simon Legner (User:simon04) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The National Museum of Serbia is the largest and oldest museum in Belgrade, Serbia. It is located in the central zone of Belgrade on a square plot between the Republic Square, formerly Theatre Square, and three streets: Čika Ljubina, Vasina and Laze Pačua. Its main facade is on the Republic Square and the official address ia 1a Republic Square.

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16. Парк војводе Вука

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Парк војводе Вука Iricigor at Serbian Wikipedia / Public domain

Park Proleće or Park Vojvoda Vuk is one of the parks in downtown Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the municipality of Stari Grad. It is also colloquially called Park on Topličin Venac. The roughly triangularly shaped park is one of the smallest in the central area of Belgrade, with an area of 3,700 m2 (40,000 sq ft).

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17. Музеј града Београда

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The Belgrade City Museum is a museum located in Belgrade, Serbia. Founded in 1903, the museum operates with several cultural institutions: Ivo Andrić Museum, Princess Ljubica's Residence, Paja Jovanović Museum, Banjica Concentration Camp Museum, Collection of Icons Sekulić, Archaeological Site Vinča and Jovan Cvijić Museum.

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18. Црква Криста Краља

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The Co-cathedral of Christ the King is a Catholic place of worship located in Krunska 23, in the city center of Belgrade, Serbia. It is the oldest extant Catholic church in the city south of the Sava and the Danube rivers, and was built between 1924 and 1988, the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Belgrade.

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19. Теразијска чесма

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A toffee faucet is on the pancake, in front of a Moros restaurant. It is made in the shape of a stone pillar with a metal vase at the top, with a total height of about 800 cm. Raised in 1860. According to the warrant of the Duke, it marked his return to the throne in. The work is a sculptor's franc.

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20. Вазнесењска црква

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The Church of the Ascension is a Serbian Orthodox church in downtown Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It still uses the bell under which the Hatisheriff of 1830 was announced, by which the Ottoman Empire granted autonomy to Serbia. The church was declared a cultural monument in 1969.

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21. Споменик Васи Чарапићу

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The monument of Vasi Čarapić is located in the city municipality of Stari Grad at the crossroads between France, Braće Jugovića and Despota Stefan Boulevard. The decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia is included in a cultural monument.

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22. Храм Светог Александра Невског

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The Church of St. Aleksandar Nevski in Belgrade is the Serbian Orthodox Church founded in 1877 per project of Jelisawete's checks. It belongs to the archbackopics of the Belgrade-Karlovac SOC. The head of the temple is Protojerej-Stavrofor Vajo Jović.

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23. Споменик цару Николају II

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The monument to Emperor Nikolaya is a gift from the Russian Military History Society and from the Russian Federation to Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's Aleksandro Park on King Street in Milan, which was once the Russian Embassy of the Tsar.

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24. Парк Бристол

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Park Bristol is a park in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is situated in the neighborhood of Savamala, between the incoming and outgoing platforms of the Belgrade Main Bus Station. It is located in the municipality of Savski Venac.

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25. Споменик великом жупану Стефану Немањи

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The monument of Stefan Nemanji is located in the Sava Square in Belgrade, in the beginning of the Nemanjina Street, and the work of the Russian sculptor Aleksandar Julianovich Slevišnikova, a member of the Russian Academy of Arts.

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26. Споменик Моши Пијаде

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The monument of Moši Pijade is located in Macedonian Street in Belgrade, on the territory of the city municipality of Stari Grad. He was erected in the 1960s, and represents immovable culturally as a cultural monument.

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27. Музеј Иве Андрића

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Музеј Иве Андрића Alex333e at English Wikipedia / Public domain

The Museum of Ivo Andrić is a museum located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Founded on 10 October 1976, it is dedicated to the Nobel prize winning writer Ivo Andrić. It is operated by the Belgrade City Museum.

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28. Ташмајдан

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Tašmajdan Park, colloquially Tašmajdan or simply just Taš, is a public park and the surrounding urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Palilula.

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