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Tasmajdan

One of the largest parks in Belgrade, it is located in the exact spot where there used to be an old quarry, which is where it got its name from (‘tas’ is Turkish for stone and ‘meydan’ is a place where stone is collected for the mines). Stories say that...
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Tavern "?" (Tavern "question mark")

(6 Kralja Petra I street) Inn "?" is one of the oldest restaurants in Belgrade. First it was a house built by an unknown Greek architect for the needs of Ičko, a Serbian diplomat. Later Prince Milos Obrenovic gave it to his doctor, Thomas yechimi as...
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Terazijske fountain

(Terazije square) Terazije fountain is yet another in the series of buildings and legacies that were constructed as an act of Prince Milos Obrenovic. Before there was the beautiful fountains of white stone with four lion heads that we know today there...
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The Army Home ( JNA )

(19 Brace Jugovića street ) Known today as the "Home of the army ," it has two sections. The first covers the Brace Jugovića street, and was built between 1929 and 1932 and the other stretches down Simina street and was built in 1939. The building was...
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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 building of hotel "Moscow" ( Rossi Palace )

(1 Balkan street) Before the building became one of Belgrade's most famous hotels and meeting placse in the square Terazije , it was known as the Palace Rossi , owned by the Rossi insurance company in Belgrade. The construction was started in the spring...
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The building of the Ministry of Justice

(41 Terazije square) It was built in 1883 using Svetozar Ivackovic plans, in collaboration with the engineer John Subotic as a public administrative building for two government offices - the Ministry of Justice and Terazijei neighborhood, which is in...
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The building of the National Bank of Serbia in King Peter’s

(12 King Peter street ) Construction lasted from in 1888 to 1890s, and was led by Konstantin Jovanovic, who was the son of a famous graphic artist, painter of the first Serbian lithographer, Anastas Jovanović. Konstantin Jovanovic studied architecture...
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The building of the Patriarchate

( Prince Sima Markovic 6 ) The building was built in the period between 1932 and 1935 and designed by Victor Lukomski. This monumental building blends the supreme governing body of the Serbian Orthodox Church and the institution of the church center...
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The Home of Stepa Stepanovic

The birthplace of the Serbian prominent military leader and duke, Steppen “Stepa” Stepanovic is located in Kumodraz at number 1 Vrcinska street. In addition to the house itself the property consists of three more buildings, a yard and an orchard. It is...
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The home of the Serbian Ortodhox church parish Zemun

The home of the Serbian Orthodox Parish Zemun is filed as a monument of culture and cultural heritage of great importance to Belgrade. It is located at 22 Saint Sava Street in Zemun. It was built in 1909 year to serve as a home and school Serbian Orthodox...
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The house at No. 7 Mainstreet

The house at No. 7 Mainstreet was listed as a cultural monument and is more known in Zemun as the Karamata printing house. The house was originally built as a residentially-commercial building at the corner of Strosmajer and Main streets, where the commercial...
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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 Markovic family home

Markovic family home is filed as a monument and located on the corner of 14 Gospodska street and 11 Magistratsi square. The building was built by the Greek merchant Dima in the 18th century, with the reconstruction that followed in 1801. The house was...
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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 Serbian school in Gornja Varos in Zemun

Serbian school in Gornja Varos in Zemun was registered as a historical monument and placed at 4 Svetotrojčina Street. The school was established as part of the Church of the Holy Trinity in 1872, with expansion in 1912 using designs by Milan J. Jeremic...
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The St. Trinity Church (Zemun)

The St. Trinity church is an ortodhox temple in Zemun, in Gronja varos, dedicated to the holy Trinity. The construction of this modestly sized church began in 1842, on the foundations of a chapel that had been there previously. Its construction is 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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