Belgrade Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia

Bělehrad Srbsko

Belgrade SerbiaBelgrade (Beograd, Београд)

is the capital of Serbia. Between years 1918 and 1992 it was also the capital of former Yugoslavia. With a population of 1,576,124 Belgrade is the fourth largest in Southeastern Europe, behind Istanbul, Athens and Bucharest.
Belgrade is the most economically developed part of Serbia served by Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (IATA: BEG), 12 kilometres west of the city centre. Belgrade has two state universities and several private institutions for higher education.
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Kalemegdan Belgrade Serbia

The oldest parts of Kalemegdan date back to the first century AD, when it served as permanent Roman military camp. The Belgrade fort itself (split into the Lower and Upper towns) and the surrounding area (the Kalemegdan park) are located on the point where the river Sava flows into the Danube, which today means an amazing panorama but once was the main cause of repeated invasion and war over this strategic point.
Because of this, Kalemegdan today bears witness to the many centuries of various conquering cultures and arts. History

Knez Mihailova street

Knez Mihailova Belgrade Serbia

is a pedestrian zone and shopping center - protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable monumental complexes of the city, with a large number of representative buildings and urban houses built at the end of 1870s.
It is thought that in as early as the Roman times there was the center of the Singidunum settlement. In this area, at the time of Turks, there were winding streets with gardens, drinking-fountains and mosques. In the middle XIX century, in the upper part of the street was the garden of Knez Aleksandar Karadordevic. Sightseeings

Terazije square

Terazije square

the most famous square in Belgrade. It started to take shape as an urban feature in the first half of the XIX century. In the 1840s, Prince Miloš Obrenović ordered Serbian craftsmen, especially blacksmiths and coppersmiths, to move out of the old moated town where they had been mixed with the Turkish inhabitants, and build their houses and shops on the place of the present square. Monuments

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