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The National museum in Belgrade is the oldest museum institution of that type in our city. It was founded by Jovan Sterija Popovic on the 10th of May 1844...
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The first bookstore in Belgrade was started by Gligorije Vozarovic in the corner of Kralja Petra and Kneza Sime Markovica streets during the reign of kneza...
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In the place of today's palace Albania there used to be a tavern of the same name which was constructed around the middle of the 19th century. The tavern...
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The first marketplace in Belgrade originated in 1824. It was located near the then Turkish graveyard and later moved in front of Captain Misa's building,...
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The smaller War Island was significantly larger before WWII because there was much more sand there. When the construction of New Belgrade began in 1948...
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The "Stari mlin" (Old mill) is one of the oldest mills in Europe, constructed in 1903 in Topciderska street (today called 15 Vojvode Misica boulevard)....
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Today's Congregation church in Belgrade was built on another church's foundations, the tembple of St. Arhistratig which is mentioned during the Austrian...
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Delijska fountain in Belgrade is one of the oldest fountains mentioned in the 17th century. The name "delijska" came from the Turkish word for light cavalry...
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In the location of today's Home of National Assembly in Belgrade during the Turkish reign existed the Batal Mosque. It was believed to be constructed around...
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The oldest preserved house in Belgrade is located in Dorcol at 10 Cara Dusana street. The construction began in 1724 and was completed three years later.  More...
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The international airport "Beograd" was located between Bezanijska kosa and the left bank of Sava, near today's Tosin bunar. The airport opened for traffic...
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The monument to prince Mihailo Obrenovic was constructed in 1882 in honor of the state official who finally liberated Serbia from Turkish reign and brought...
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Zrnov was a medieval fort located in the highest part of Avala. The Romans erected a fortification where the Serbs later constructed a fortress which was...
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The tavern called "?" (Question mark) is one of the oldest establishments of that type in Belgrade. It was constructed between the years 1820 and 1823....
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Belgrade is among the first cities in the world that had a cinema, right after Paris, London, Brussels, Madrid, Vienna and Berlin. After Belgrade, the...
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The Ethnographic Mueseum has changed its location several times - it was housed in the home of Stevca Mahajlovic located in the corner of Kneza Milosa...
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The first tram in Belgrade, then pulled by horses, began trafficking on the 14th of October 1892. It went from Kalemegdan to Slavija. Before Belgrade,...
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In the corner of Simina and Kapetan Misina streets there is a corner dedicated to Salvador Dali. The plaque was set in 2006, inspired by Dali's painting...
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The "Cvetni trg" (Floral square) was known as "Cvetna pijaca" (Floral market) as of 1843 and occupied the area between the streets Kralja Milana, Njegoseva...
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The oldest cultural institution in Serbia is the public library of Serbia. It was founded in 1832 in Belgrade, in the Gligorije Vozarovic book store which...
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The first name of Nikola Pasic square was Marks and Engels square. It had this name since 1953 when it was constructed, up until 1997. 
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Terazije fountain was construted in 1860 by decree of the prince Milos Obrenovic. During the great reconstruction of Terazije in 1911 the fountain was...
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The Skadarska street is probably the only street in Belgrade which only changed its name one time. During WWI, the name of this street was changed to "Ruzina"...
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The Roman Emperor Flavius Iovianus Augustus was born in year 331, in Belgrade. (Then Singidunum)
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