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School of Arts Building

( 4 King Peter I street ) The building was built next to the Residence of Princess Ljubica around 1836. The original purpose of the extra space was, until in 1842, the residence for the Prince Mihailo, after which they served as housing for Internal...
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Shaikh Mustafa's Mausoleum

(1 Visnjiceva street) Shaikh Mustafa's tomb (mausoleum), was built in the late eighteenth century as part of the Tekke (Muslim houses of worship, where Dervishes performed religious rites). The form of construction is typical of the pre-Islamic era and...
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The famous “Bohemian quarter” in the very heart of Belgrade is located in Skadarlijska street and visited daily by over 20 thousand people. Due to its proximity to the National theatre, this is where many actors, artists, painters and writers resided...
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Spirta home

Spirta home at no. 9 Main Street is a protected cultural good and it was built around 1840. In its day it was one of the first multi-story family homes in the old center of Zemun and has been in the property of the Spirta family since it’s construction....
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St. Demetrius Church

Church of St. Demetrius, known popularly as Haris chapel, is a temple of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Zemun. It is dedicated to St. Demetrius and is located in Zemun Orthodox cemetery. The church was built between in 1874 and 1878, dedicated to St....
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St. Mark’s Church in Belgrade

The church was constructed from 1931 to 1940, using the designs of architects Petar and Branko Krstic. It was built near its old predecessor which had been destroyed by bombings during the war. This is where the sarcophagus with the remains of emperor...
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St. Sava Temple

The St. Sava temple is located in the St. Sava square in Vracar and it is the largest orthodox temple not only in Serbia, but in the Balkans and the world. Altogether the temple occupies an area of about 3.500 square meters with additional 1.500 square...
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Statue of the Victor

( Belgrade Fortress ) Monument “the Victor” is a triumphal monument placed on the top wall of the Belgrade fortress. The monument is the work of the famous Ivan Mestrovic, who was commissioned by the Belgrade municipality to create a symbol of victory...
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Sundial Home

The sundial home is a representative corner residentally-commercial one story building that was built in 1823 and then extended towards Dubrovacka street in 1908/ The building is a duplex, built in brick. The ceiling joists are part vaulted and part of...
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