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Attractions Savski Venac

Branko’s Bridge

Branko’s bridge, also known as the Bridge of Brotherhood and Unity connects New Belgrade with the center of Belgrade across the Sava river. It is the second most important bridge for the flow of traffic, after the Gazelle bridge. During the era of socialism...
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Dedinje Royal court

The royal court is encompassed in the royal complex, along with the White palace, on an estate about 135ha large, on top of the tallest hill in Dedinje. Located nearby is also the royal chapel of St. Andrew, connected with the court by a row of pillars. Foto: royalfamily.org The...
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Gazelle Bridge

This is the most trafficked bridge in Belgrade, leading across the river Sava and used daily by about 165k vehicles, even though it had originally been designed to support only around 40k. The construction of the bridge lasted from 1966 to 1970, with...
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Hyde park

The park is located in the urban part of Belgrade, north of the Topcider hill in the Savski venac municipality. It consists of two areas which are divided by rows of planted trees. The first area is a small park-forest with running tracks and the second...
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New Railway Bridge

As its name says, the New Railway Bridge is the railway bridge leading across the river Sava. It had been constructed as part of the Belgrade’s railway knot construction, it has two rail tracks and is altogether around 1928m long. The construction lasted...
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Old Railway Bridge

The first railway bridge built in this location was finished in 1884 and has since then been demolished twice. Before the one there today, there stood the first Belgrade railway bridge which connected Belgrade and Zemun. When that bridge was opened in...
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Partisan Stadium

The Partisan stadium is a sporting object with one of the longest traditions in the former Yugoslavia which continues in Serbia today. It is located in the place where prior to WWII there was the court and HQ of the Belgrade Sports Club. Foto: 011info The...
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Red Star Stadium

The Red Star Stadium, which is also the HQ of that sports club, is located in Ljutice Bogdana street, at number 1a. It is lovingly called ‘Marakana’ by the people of Belgrade while its official name is “The Red Star football club Stadium”. The original...
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The Bridge in Ada

The bridge in Ada is a railway and road bridge connecting New Belgrade and Cukarica. The bridge was constructed with the intention of forming a whole with the inner marginal half-ring in Belgrade, connecting New Belgrade and Zvezdara. The first urban...
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The House of Flowers

This is where the former president of Yugoslavia Joseph Broz Tito lies buried. The house is located in Dedinje, Boticeva street, as a part of the Jugoslavia museum of history (previously called the “Joseph Broz Tito Memorial Center”).The house was constructed...
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The house of king Peter I Karadjordjevic

The house is located at no. 40 Vasa Pelagic street and since the 20s of the previous century it has served as the museum dedicated to the king. This villa is around 100 years old but has been converted into a modern center of culture where many cultural...
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The Sava Bridge

The smallest bridge in Belgrade, it is used for road traffic as well as trams. It was built during the occupation in 1942 because the king Alexander bridge – back then the only one that led across the river Sava – had been destroyed in the bombings. The...
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The Stone palace

The Stone palace, also known as the Baumgarten’s palace is located in Knez Milos street, at the number 33. It used to be the headquarters of Yugoslavia’s military and, after WWII the headquarters of the Yugoslavia people’s army. Foto: 011info The construction...
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