Jevremovac Botanical Garden
Otvoreni prostor Botaničke bašte Jevremovac sadrži biljni fond od preko 1500 vrsta grupisanih u geografske i ekološke celine. Preko 1500 zeljastih biljaka i 350 vrsta drveća i žbunova, čine ovaj prostor plućima centra grada. Cena karte za pojedinačne posete iznosi 150 dinara.
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Despite not being very large, these gardens are well worth a visit. Entrance fee is 250 dinars. There are 3 recommended routes, ranging from 45 minutes to 90 minutes. The pathways are well marked and it would be difficult to get lost as the entrance and exit are through the same gate. The greenhouse…
Great place to enjoy and relax during a sunny day. Many sorts of herbs, trees and flowers on one place :)
A true Oasis in the city, the Botanical Gardens covers an area of 5 hectares, housing over 250 species of local, European and exotic plants.
Wanna escape the city crowd and enjoy the beautiful nature. Check out European Garden, Japanese garden and old gorgeous greenhouse!
Late 19th century Botanical garden of Belgrade is a place to take a real break. $
“This is one of the oldest streets in Belgrade, it's fool of restaurants and bars. I can recommend it because of its great atmosphere, the prices are little high but you will enjoy the place. ”
“Great place for relax in the heart of the city and beautiful Church of Saint Marc”
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“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 1594, work on the church began in the late 19th century and continues to this day. That work was understandably interrupted by World War II, before Tito and the socialists decided it would make a good place for a car park. It wasn’t until 1985 that work on what many assumed was an old castle continued. The interior is still under construction, but that adds a certain humanity to this most impressive of spiritual buildings.”