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Temple of Saint Sava

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20th-century church featuring imposing, Byzantine-inspired architecture & a 70-m. central dome.
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Ivana Kalina
Ivana Kalina
September 19, 2020
The biggest serbian orthodox church, dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox church and important figure in medieval Serbia.
Aleksandar
Aleksandar
October 24, 2015
The Cathedral of Saint Sava (Hram Svetog Save) is the largest Serbian Orthodox church, the largest Orthodox place of worship in the Balkans and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world.
Masha
Masha
November 20, 2019
From whichever direction you approach the capital of Serbia, there’s one edifice you won’t be able to miss. Every day, its grandiose bell towers with almost 50 bells announce noon. Its walls bring tens of thousands of believers together and its magnificent appearance and sacred spirit protect the…
Filip
Filip
November 13, 2015
Sveti Sava is the world's biggest Orthodox church, a fact made entirely obvious when looking at the city skyline from a distance or standing under its dome.
Milica
Milica
May 20, 2015
Church and beautiful park.
Suncica
Suncica
June 19, 2015
2nd biggest orthodox church in the world. Impressive!
Nina
Nina
June 12, 2020
Churches in the Balkans don’t come much more monolithic than this. That is a descriptor and a fact, as the Church of St Sava is the largest in the region and one of the biggest Orthodox cathedrals on the planet. Built on the spot where the eponymous saint’s remains were supposedly burned to dust in…
Edis
Edis
July 24, 2020
The largest Orthodox Church in the Balkan region, and the second largest in the world, St Sava is an ever-present monument in Serbia’s capital. High on the Vračar plateau, you can see the church’s white granite and marble walls from any approach to Belgrade, while the 50 bells that sound noon ring…
Gordana
Gordana
October 5, 2015
The biggest ortodox church in the Balkans.
Jovana
Jovana
April 25, 2020
The largest Orthodox Church in the Balkan region, and the second largest in the world, St Sava is an ever-present monument in Serbia’s capital. High on the Vračar plateau, you can see the church’s white granite and marble walls from any approach to Belgrade, while the 50 bells that sound noon ring…
Dragan
Dragan
August 28, 2019
The biggest orthodox church in the region.
Dragana
Dragana
August 16, 2020
Template of Saint Sava is the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans. Saint Sava was a Serbian princ (Rastko Nemanjić), the youngest son of Serbian Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja. Sava was the first Archbishop, the founder of Serbian law and diplomat.

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“This cavernous Neo-Byzantine church is one of the largest in Serbia, and although its outer structure was completed during the 1930s interior works are ongoing. The sublime iconostasis for instance was only completed in the 1990s: The frame is marble, while the icons inside and the painting of the last supper were composed by Đuro Radulović, an academic painter from Belgrade. Work on the crypt began in 2007 under the narthex, and tombs of 19th-century clergy and Serbian royalty were transferred here. These had been in the old St Mark’s, founded directly after Serbian independence and wrecked during the German bombing of Belgrade in 1941. ”
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Ubicación
2a Krušedolska
Vračar
Teléfono+381 11 2432585