Belgrade travel guide – Serbia

Belgrade travel guide – Serbia

Belgrade travel – As one of the oldest cities in Europe with the squares and streets to 5500 years, from ancient times this place was viewed as the “gateway to Central Europe”.

Belgrade travel guide

Belgrade travel guide

Belgrade is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Serbia, the landlocked country located in Southeastern Europe.The name Belgrade in Serbian means “White City” (The White City), so much of Belgrade was built from a beautiful white stone. To Belgrade, you will be surprised because the soul and history of this city, which the Serbs are proud.

Those who are interested in religion, will not be disappointed in Belgrade. Many churches with crucifix lying on most of the city’s hills. The most famous of which is Saborna Crkva and Sveti Marko

Saborna Crkva

Saborna Crkva

The mosque was built in the seventeenth century by Sultan Suleiman II. After it was rebuilt many times, but still retains many architectural elements from Turkey.

With its impressive architecture and inner belief, the church is actually one of the cultural and architectural icon of Belgrade.

Belgrade Fortress

Belgrade Fortress

The fortress was built in the fourteenth century. These are the major places of interest visitor to Belgrade. The medieval town developed safely for centuries in the thick walls of the fort.

Make a special for the fortress that is the layer of the wall. The walls from the Middle Ages through many periods covered by those new to the class. That makes the Belgrade Fortress has become one of the most powerful military and fortified in Europe.

belgrade Army Museum

belgrade Army Museum

Army Museum, a place to keep the evidence of the battles from ancient times to modern. The monument, the square with the imposing bronze statue makes a Belgrade tourist attraction.

Monument to "The Victor" Kalemegdan

Monument to “The Victor” in Belgrade

And the park, the street is the perfect place if you want to walk to relax with nature and admire the oldest building in town. Kalemegdan is one of the most beautiful and biggest park in Belgrade, as well as the most important areas of culture, the history of this city.

In 1867, on the orders of Prince Mihailo Obrenovic this park was born. So far the stone stairs leading to the lower terrace remains completely intact. Over time, the layers of vines cover the walls, giving them a mystery, its ancient. At night the lights were skillfully arranged on the walls make the city immersed in the glow.

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