Here you can find interesting sights in Stari Grad Urban Municipality, 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 Stari Grad Urban Municipality, Serbia.Back to the list of cities in Serbia
1. Сабирни логор Сајмиште
The Sajmište concentration camp was a Nazi German concentration and extermination camp during World War II. It was located at the former Belgrade fairground site near the town of Zemun, in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH). The camp was organized and operated by SS Einsatzgruppen units stationed in occupied Serbia. It became operational in September 1941 and was officially opened on 28 October of that year. The Germans dubbed it the Jewish camp in Zemun. At the end of 1941 and the beginning of 1942, thousands of Jewish women, children and old men were brought to the camp, along with 500 Jewish men and 292 Romani women and children, most of whom were from Niš, Smederevo and Šabac. Women and children were placed in makeshift barracks and suffered during numerous influenza epidemics. Kept in squalid conditions, they were provided with inadequate amounts of food and many froze to death during the winter of 1941–42. Between March and May 1942, the Germans used a gas van sent from Berlin to kill thousands of Jewish inmates.
2. Чесма Мехмед-паше Соколовића
Mehmed Paša Sokolović's Fountain is an Ottoman era fountain in Belgrade. It is located next to the Defterdar's Gate near the northwestern wall of the Upper Town of Belgrade Fortress. Evliya Çelebi states that the fountain was erected in 1576/77, during the lifetime of Grand Vizier Меhmed Paša Sokolović and it is his only surviving endowment in Belgrade. The precise position of the fountain does not appear in any cartographic sources until the 17th century. The earliest sketch dates back to a plan from the National Library in Paris from the early 17th century, in which the fountain was presented as a rectangular structure with three free sides.
3. Видин капија
The gatekeeper is a lower city gatekeeper, which is composed of the northeast front of Belgrade fortress. It was built between 1740 and 1750. As part of Turkey's work to rebuild the previously destroyed Austrian company. After the cruise ship on the 19th set off. Century, so until the middle of the 20th century. For a century, the Belgrade fortress remained a military facility for Serb needs, followed by the Yugoslav army, which was also one of the guard stations at the sight gate. This ancient building, adapted to those needs to a lesser extent, is no longer an important change and upgrade, so, in its almost original form, it has reached our day.
4. Београдска тврђава
The Belgrade Fortress, consists of the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, in an urban area of modern Belgrade, Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Stari Grad. Belgrade Fortress was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and is protected by the Republic of Serbia. It is the most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade, with Skadarlija being the second. Since the admission is free, it is estimated that the total number of visitors is over 2 million yearly.
5. Црква Ружица
Ružica Church is a Serbian Orthodox church located in the Belgrade Fortress, in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Original church was built in the early 15th century, while the modern one was adapted in 1869 and fully reconstructed in 1925. It is dedicated to the Nativity of Mary. With its location within the fortress and water spring of Saint Petka, constant crowds of visitors especially on Saint Petka's feast day, and unorthodox appearance, it is considered one of the "best loved churches among the adherents".
6. Бео зоо врт
Beo zoo vrt, also known as Vrt dobre nade, is a publicly owned zoo located in Kalemegdan Park, downtown of Belgrade, Serbia. Established on July 12, 1936, it is considered to be one of the oldest public zoos in southeastern Europe. The zoo covers 7 hectares and houses a collection of 210 animal species, with approximately 800 individuals, making it the largest zoological garden in Serbia. With around 400,000 annual visitors it is also recognized as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Belgrade.
7. Краљ капија
The king of the gate is one of the many gates at the Belgrade Fortress, built as a whole with neighboring fortifications in southwestern internal walls, otherwise the end from the Despot Gate. The gate is coming down a short staircase that passes by the Roman well. With the rest of the city, it connects the bridge. It was built around 1725 once the shortest connection between the Sava coast and established Belgrade, today, an indispensable part of the tourist offer of Belgrade.
8. Педагошки музеј
The Pedagogical Museum in Belgrade was founded on November 24, 1896 and is one of the oldest museum institutions in Serbia. It was founded by the company of the Serbian teacher with the task of collecting and preserves teaching aids and anything else that has pedagogical and historical values for primary schools and teachers. It has been located in the building of the Belgrade Real, in the immediate vicinity of Kalemegdan in Uzun Mirkova Street. 14.
9. Црква Свете Петке
The Chapel of St. Petka is located in the lower town of the Belgrade Fortress and was built on the site of a miraculous source, near the Church of Ružica, raised after 1867. The source of medicinal waters is located in the altar of the chapel. The current chapel was built in 1937 per project of architect Momir Korunović. Its internal walls and vaults cover mosaics, which is 1980-83. Made by painter Đuro Radulović.
10. Споменик захвалности Француској
Monument of Gratitude to France in Belgrade's Veliki Kalemegdan Park was formally unveiled on 11 November 1930, the 12th anniversary day of the end of the First World War, in the presence of King Alexander and Queen Maria, the royal government, the delegation of the French government, Serbian war veterans, distinguished citizens, associations, schools, and a large crowd of people.
11. Деспотова капија
Stone Gate, East Upper Gate or Lazarevic Stone Gate is one of many gates on Belgrade Fortress, which is built integrally with adjacent formations and is located where the main entrance of Belgrade Fortress was located in the Middle Ages. There is also a huge four-corner diszadera tower next to the gate, and now the astronomical society observatory is the rug of boskevic.
12. Етнографски музеј
The Ethnographic Museum is a museum located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is one of the oldest museums in the Balkans. The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade fulfills its mission together with the efforts of various stakeholders in the domain of presentation, revitalization and development of crafts in Serbia.
13. Кула Небојша
Nebojša Tower is the only surviving mediaeval tower of the Belgrade Fortress. Built in the 15th century, it was the major defensive tower of the fortress for centuries. Later it served as a dungeon and in 2010 it was adapted into the museum. The tower is located near the confluence of the Sava into the Danube.
14. Место предаје кључева Београда 1867.
The Keys Handover Memorial in Belgrade, Serbia, marks the spot where on 6 April 1867, the town keys of the several Serbian fortresses were given to Prince Mihailo Obrenović by the Ottoman Turks. That moment was an important step towards Serbian international recognition at the Treaty of Berlin in 1878.
15. Јапанска чесма
The Japanese fountain was raised at the end of a large promenade in Kalemegdan, August 2010. The initiative for the construction of the symbols of the friendship of the two nations launched a blister list in July 2008 as a sign of thanks to the Japanese people for donations obtained by Belgrade.
16. Бајракли џамија
The Bajrakli Mosque is a mosque in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Gospodar Jevremova Street in the neighbourhood of Dorćol. It was built around 1575, and is the only mosque in the city out of the 273 that had existed during the time of the Ottoman Empire's rule of Serbia.
17. Манакова кућа
Manak's House is a building on the outskirts of the former Savamala, Belgrade. It is located on the corner of Kraljevića Marka and Gavrila Principa Streets in Belgrade, Serbia. It was declared a cultural monument by the Cultural Heritage Preservation Institute of Belgrade on 9 May 1963.
18. Београдска синагога Сукат Шалом
Sukkat Shalom Synagogue or Belgrade Synagogue is currently the only fully active Jewish place of worship in Serbian capital Belgrade, as other synagogues citywide are not active. It is located in central Belgrade area, near Obilićev Venac Square and central high street Knez Mihailova.
19. Зиндан капија
Shield Gate is one of many gates on Belgrade Fortress, which is built with adjacent strata as a whole and serves as the middle gate in the direction of sand dunes. It is connected with in vitro door (inner) and left-handed door (outer). It was built in the middle of No.15. Century.
20. Академски парк
Academic Park is a park in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is situated in the neighborhood of Studentski Trg, in the downtown. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Stari Grad. Built from 1886 to 1889, Academic Park is one of the oldest parks in Belgrade.
21. Вечна ватра
The Eternal Flame is a memorial in the Park of Friendship in Belgrade, Serbia. It is dedicated to the military and civilian casualties resulting from the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 and symbolizes the resistance of the Serbian nation to the attack.
22. Рушевине Народне библиотеке из нацистичког бомбардовања 1941.
The National Library of Serbia is the national library of Serbia, located in the capital city of Belgrade. It is the biggest library, and oldest institution in Serbia, one that was completely destroyed many times over in the last two centuries.
23. Споменик војводи Вуку
24. Капија Карла VI
Kerala Gate vi is the outer northeast gate of Petrified Upper Fortress, which was built in an overhead layer outside Leopold Gate. The gate and a long bridge connected to the counter-attack and ramp were built at the end of the 18th. Century.
25. Конак кнегиње Љубице
Princess Ljubica's Residence is a palace located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Because of its cultural and architectural importance the residence has been designated a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance.
26. Спољна Стамбол капија
The Stargate is one of four Belgrade gates from the Varosa exit. She was also awarded this title because he guided Drum in the direction of Istanbul through her. The other three are sava-gate, varosh-gate and vidin-mate.
28. Београдски планетаријум
Belgrade Planetarium is one of two planetariums in Serbia. It is located in Belgrade and is operated by the Astronomical Society Ruđer Bošković. Before 1967 it was known as the "Turkish bath in Lower Town".
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