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Entertainment
“If your Belgrade friends ask you to meet them in the city centre, more precisely at “the Horse”, then what they mean by that is just that – look for the Horse. But there is a surprise for you there, because there is no stable or stall in the city centre whatsoever. It is just the conspicuous statue of Prince Mihailo Obrenovic riding on horseback. This square is officially called Republic Square and it represents the very heart of the city and also a historical spot where for example many protests and riots have happened among other things.”
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Iglesia
“It is the one of the most famous churches in Belgrade and a place where Emperor Dusan Nemanjic (Dusan the Great) was burried. Great and beautiful, located in Tasmajdan park. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Great place to enjoy and relax during a sunny day. Many sorts of herbs, trees and flowers on one place :)”
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Parque
“Great place for relax in the heart of the city and beautiful Church of Saint Marc”
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Landmark
“Built in 1920's, before becoming the Parliament of Serbia, it was the Parliament of Yugoslavia. It was the place of democratic uprising in October 2000, when some of it parts were burnt in flames. It's old shine has since been restored.”
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Route
“Famous walking street, spreading from Square of Republic to Kalemegdan Park.”
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Parque
“With the surrounding area, Tašmajdan forms the cultural-historical complex Stari Beograd (Old Belgrade), while the park itself is in the zone of the protected natural area of Miocenski sprud-Tašmajdan. The Serbian Emperor Dušan is buried inside, along with the Serbian Patriarch German. Next to it is a small Russian Orthodox church of the Holy Trinity, built in 1924, inside of which the Russian general Pyotr Wrangel is buried”
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Mercado de agricultores
“Belgrade has a few farmers' markets (pijaca). Kaleniceva pijaca is perhaps the best organized and with a good selection of local produce (fruits, vegetables, meats, fish). Fridays & Saturdays are the days to go (on Mondays the choice can be quite limited). The market is very colourful and stocked with fresh sasonal fruits & vegetables. There are also stalls with home made cookies, dry fruits and nuts, honey, herbs, etc. There is a separate section for dairy (local cheeses, kajmak), eggs and meat (both fresh and smoked). The market also has a small section/store with organic produce.”
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Route
“The existing square was formed after the demolition of Stambol Gate and the construction of the National Theatre building in 1869. The road to Istanbul (“Stambol”) led through it.”
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Entertainment
“thnographic Museum in Belgrade was founded in 1901, when the Ethnographic Department was separated from the National Museum to become an independent institution. The proposal to establish a museum that would study folk life and the conceptual and theoretical framework for such a museum were drafted by the historian Stojan Novaković, the Secretary of the Serbian Learned Society and subsequently a full member of the Serbian Royal Academy (presently the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts).”
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Parque
“This is a very special part of the city and a must see. Kalemegdan Fortress, surrounded by a huge park, looks out over the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. This is a place where you can see people reading a book, playing chess, enjoying fresh air and a spectacular view!”
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Parque
“The large medeval fortress with great views over the confluence of Danub and Sava rivers. Great place for those who love to take a history walk, or for adventurers who might wish to explore the lagums beneath the fortress.”
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Entertainment
“I recommend familys to go visit the Belgrade zoo. its the best place for taking walks. and I want give this zoo 5Star it is the most cleanest zoo I ever been to the animals look real well groomed really. you will sure enjoy the walkes”
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Nature
“The Avala tower was finished in 1965 and was used as a telecommunications tower. At the time, it was the fifth tallest (202.87 metres) self-supporting construction in the world, after Empire State Building, Eiffel tower, Chrysler Building and Grande Dixence Dam. However, it was destroyed on April 23, 1999, during the NATO aggression on Serbia. The tower reconstruction began in 2006 and it was officially opened on April 21, 2010. Today, the Avala tower has a height of 204.5 metres and it is the tallest tower in the Balkans. The Avala tower has been a symbol of pride for decades, not only of Belgrade and Serbia, but of former Yugoslavia as well. As a famous landmark, many road travelers would know they are close to the city when they would set eyes on Avala tower.”
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Restaurante mexicano
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“Overlooking the Sava river this upmarket restaurant serves South American specialities. ”
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Bus Station
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