Place of Worship
Holy Archangel Michael
The main orthodox cathedral, next to the Patriarchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The Patriarch can often be seen there at the service.
The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel is a Serbian Orthodox Christian church.
The cathedral was built from 1837 to 1840 by order of prince Miloš Obrenović, according to the design and plans of Adam Friedrich Kwerfeld. Style - classicism with late baroque elements.
Kralja Petra is the most beautiful street. Have a walk there to see the finest examples of Belgrade architecture at the turn of the 20th century - and then you can have coffee at Kosancicev Venac!
The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel is a Serb Orthodox Christian church in the centre of Belgrade. The cathedral was built from 1837 to 1840 by order of prince Miloš Obrenović.
Ortodox church. A Christian place of worship has existed continuously in what is today Tašmajdan Park from at least the nineteenth century. The original St. Mark's Church, built in the days of Belgrade Metropolitan Petar Jovanović (1833-1859) and Prince Miloš Obrenović (1835-1836), stood in almost…
It is one of the most important places of worship in the country. It is commonly known as just Saborna crkva
“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).”
“The oldest restaurant in Belgrade. Good typical Serbian food and acoustic music.”
“On Republic Square the National Theatre is somewhere to go for a feast of high culture at a very affordable price. The venue opened in 1869, and has come through war damage and a few architectural updates to remain an esteemed beacon of Serbian culture. During the day you can go on a backstage tour to discover how the wardrobes and scenery are stored and maintained, and will be treated to an aria by the theatre’s singers in residence. There’s a varied schedule of drama, opera and ballet at the theatre, always high brow and always unbelievably affordable thanks to state subsidies. Front stalls are from as little as $7 and boxes aren’t much more. ”
“Most popular pedestrian street, a lot of people, bars, shopping places and more.”