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In the place of current Terazije water fountain, there used to be another famous water fountain called the "Asian fountain" that was always very crowded. There...
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The locksmithing workshop and foundry Pantelic began work in 1854. It gained fame under the name “Zvonolivnica and workshop for tower clocks” but among...
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The Dusanovac bridge was constructed in just one day while the highway traffic was only suspended for two hours.
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At the church of St. Mark in Tasmajdan there is a sarcophagus with the remains of Tsar Dusan during whose reign Serbia was at its largest territory. The...
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Wooden stadium in Belrgade was constructed by the sheer muscle force of 500 workers in 1930 as the location where the first “Sveskolski” falcon landing...
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The building known as the "Beli medved" tavern located at 10 Vasilija Vasiljevica street is the oldest house in Zemun and the only remaining example of...
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At the top of Belgrade's West gate building, the Genex tower, there used to be a restaurant. Still, only the select few could access the 35th floor of...
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During the last renovation of Ruzica church by the end of 1925 the interesting sculptures that stand by its entrance to this day were constructed. They...
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The most famous restaurant in Zemun, restaurant Saran began work on the ground floor of the family house under Gardos belonging to Arkadija Bokalic, who...
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The pyramid in front of the Serbian Science Academy and Art building was set up there by the city of Belgrade in 1995. It has four pages and on it you...
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The "Ruzica" church is the oldest church in Belgrade. In the 18th century it served as gunpowder storage which was converted into a military church between...
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The First Belgrade singing company was founded next to the Congregation Church in 1853, and it stayed active to this day. Important composers conducted...
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The king Milan Obrenovic gifted his estate for the needs of the botanical garden, but under one condition. Seeing how he inherited that estate from his...
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The old St. Mark’s church was constructed in 1835 on the foundation of the even older Palilula church and it was located precisely in the place where in...
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Zemun got its first post office building in 1780, in the same spot that it still is today, at 8 Glavna street. By the end of the 19th century, the main...
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The old Serbian National assembly in Belgrade was located on the corner of Kraljice Natalije and Kneza Milosa streets, where once stood the cinema Odeon....
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After constructing the King Alexander's bridge, Zemun was physically and administratively joint to Belgrade in 1934, with an interruption between 1941...
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With the approval of Military command, on 23rd September 1858, the two-grade lower real school (predecesor of Zemun 'gimnazija' high school). It was primarily...
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Even though it was constructed for the needs of a German Evangelical-Christian church, the building of Bitef theatre never had the status of a religious...
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During the Turkish rule, there were around 270 mosques and special Islamic prayer rooms. After Serbia gained independence in 1878, Serbia gained the...
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One of the oldest and largest beer breweries in Belgrade used to work from a building located on the corner of Cetinjska and Skadarska streets. The Bajloni...
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The first bridge in Belgrade was constructed in the Roman ages, but there's no remaining info on whether it was a wooden or a pontoon bridge. The first...
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The largest Orthodox construction in the Balkans - and one of the largest orthodox churches in the world - the St. Sava Temple is located in Belgrade....
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Before the Jevremovac botanical garden came to be, there was a smaller botanical garden in Dorcol, right next to the coast of Danube. It was founded after...
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