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Attractions Zemun

Afrodita Bialo’s Home

The home of Afrodita Bialo is located at 45 Main street in Zemun and is listed as a cultural monument. It is a  typical residential-commercial one story building that was constructed around year 1800. It has a basement and was built out of hard material....
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Airforce command building

Building of the Air Command in Zemun was filed as a monument and placed in the Aviator square at No. 12. It was built in 1935, designed by the architect Dragisa Brašovan, in the place where once stood the building of the Military Command in Zemun. It...
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Blessed Virgin church

Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, known as the Church of the Virgin is the temple of the Serbian Orthodox church located in the center of Zemun in Rajčićeva Street. It was built in the second half of the 18th century for the Serbian and Greek...
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Customshouse

The customshouse is listed as a monument of culture in Zemun, at 26 Zmaj Jovina street. In this place once stood an old building where the customs processes were executed and eventually a proper customshouse was built there. The building has one story...
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Dimitrije Davidovic’s house of birth

The house in which Dimitrije Davidovic was born is a historical monument and a cultural asset of great importance for the city of Belgrade. It is located on the corner of Main and Davidovic’s street and is a complex structure which is oriented around...
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Dr. Sava Nedeljkovic’s Home

Dr. Sava Nedeljkovic’s home in Zemun was filed as a historical monument and located at the corner of the New Town and Cara Dusan no. 41. The house was built in 1905, as the angular, residential town house with an "L" shaped basis for Dr. Sava Nedeljkovic....
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Evangelical church

Evangelical Church in Zemun is located on the corner of Tosin bunar. It was built in late 20th century for the protestant German population which then formed a quarter of the inhabitants of Zemun. Their original purpose church has served since its construction...
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Icko home

Ičko house is registered as a historical monument and a cultural heritage of great importance to Belgrade. It is located at number 18 Bežanijska street. The house was named after Peter Ickovic, a diplomat and trader who lived here and who had to cross...
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Karamata family home

The Karamata family home is a cultural monument as well as a cultural good of great significance for the city of Belgrade. It is located in Zemun in Karamatina street at the number 17. The house is a tree-part building whose three segments are connected...
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Kontumac chapel of St. Rocco

Kontumac chapel of Sv. Rocco was filed as a monument and located in the city park in Zemun. The church was built during the kontumac director Franca Minas around in 1836, using the plans of architect Joseph Falbera in the place once occupied by the old...
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Lido Zemun

Zemun’s beach Lido is located on the northern tip of the Great War island on the Danube. This is the only – and a small one at that – area in the entire island where any level of urbanization is permitted, while the rest of it is protected by law. At...
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Magistrate in Zemun

The Magistrate in Zemun is a listed cultural monument that stands in Magisterski square. The Magistrate was founded in 1751 and in 1755 Zemun got its first city house – a one story baroque building with an attic which served as a magistry building up...
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Nicolai church in Zemun

The church of the Holy Father Nicolai, or simply the Nicolai church is an Ortodhox church in Zemun. Its construction had begun in 1745, on top of the remains of an old Serbian church from the 16th century. The church is located in the historical heart...
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Pantelic Foundry

Foundry Pantelic is registered as a historical monument and cultural heritage of great importance to Belgrade. It is located on the corner of Dositej’s and Lagumska streets in Zemun.The building was built in 1854 while the detailed reconstruction followed...
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Queen Maria Primary School

The primary school Queen Maria in Zemun was filed as a monument and placed at 79 Prvomajska Street, today called "Petar Kocic". It was built in 1901 to serve as a lower beam mixed school in Francenstal (today Prvomajska street), an old Zemun suburb with...
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Queen Maria’s home for children

The Queen Maria’s home for children building is registered as a historical monument and located at 57 Emperor Dusan street. Here was located the children's home of Queen Maria, and a home for orphans of Srem which was financed with funds from the Queen...
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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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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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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 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 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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Zemun Fort

The Zemun fort originates from as early as the middle ages and is located in Gardos. Unfortunately all that remains today from what was once a formidable fortification is its square citadel. In 1896 the “Millenium tower” was built here, today more commonly...
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Zemun graveyard in Gardos

Zemun cemetery Gardos is registered as a historical monument and placed on Gardošu bordered by Cara Dushan, Nada Dimic, Sibinjanin Janka, the burial and the staircase to the square of B. Radicevic. Cemetery was established in 1740 using the old plans...
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Zemun highschool

Zemun High School is one of Belgrade's 17 high schools, located in the city park in Zemun. The school was founded 23rd of September 1858 as one of then ten high schools in the territory of today's Serbia. The previous high schools were established in...
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Zemun post office

Building of the Zemun post office is registered as a historical monument and located on the corner of Main Davidovic at no. 8. The building was built in 1896 using the designs of engineers Dragutin Kapus, in the same place where once stood a demolished...
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Zemun quay

The Zemun quay or the Quay of Liberation is a settlement and pedestrian area in Zemun, Belgrade, located on the right bank of Danube. Foto: Pavle Kaplanec Thanks to the tall coast levee which was built in 1967, it is rare for Danube to flood the quay...
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