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  1. Industrial Ages
    It is well known in the church dedicated Nemenikuce holy apostles Peter and Paul in which he Arsenije III Čarnojević last communion before crossing the Serbs in Austria-Hungary. The church is ekranizovana in the TV series "Sin of her mother"
  2. Industrial Ages
    Located at the corner of the square Stevan Mokranjac (formerly Marshal Tito) and street Hajduk Veljko (formerly Stevan Mokranjac, before Peter Zivkovic) and its monumental and architectural value, giving a special visual seal the old town of Negotin. Negotin 1842 became the spiritual center of...
  3. Industrial Ages
    Russian church in the village Gornji Adrovac near city of Nis, Serbia built at the place where was killed Nicolay Raevsky ,russian officer, during the war between Serbia and Turkey in 1876. He was a prototype of the character Vronsky in the novel Ana Karanjina wriitten by Lav Tolstoy
  4. Middle Ages
    The Ram Fortress is situated on a steep slope on the right bank of the River Danube, in the municipality of Veliko Gradište, Serbia. The place first finds its reference in Trajanic times as a settlement where the cavalry units were stationed. In the year 1128 CE, it is mentioned as being in the...
  5. Middle Ages
    Prohor Pčinjski (Cyrillic: Прохор Пчињски) is a 11th century Serbian Orthodox monastery in the deep south of Serbia, located in village Klenike, Pčinja District near the border with Macedonia. It is situated at the slopes of Kozjak at the left side of the Pčinja river.[1] According to...
  6. Industrial Ages
    Built in 1908 after the design by architect Branko Tanazević as a two-storey building, it had the third floor added in 1925 after the plans of the same architect. It was designed in the Serbian-Byzantine style. Designed and built as a telephone exchange, it is the first building of that kind in...
  7. Industrial Ages
    History of brewery in our city is very long - we will not exaggerate if we say that this is one of the first economic activities that were established after Austria was the 1716th The defeated Turkey in the war, thus ended 164 years long Turkish rule over Banat and replaced by his administration...
  8. Industrial Ages
    The Art Pavilion at Mali Kelemegdan was built in 1928 by the Belgrade Association of Friends of Art, after the design by architect Branislav Kojić. By combining a number of functions into a uniform architectural whole comprising painters’, exhibition and concert halls, Kojić satisfied the needs...
  9. Industrial Ages
    The Royal Dedinje Compound, built on the estate of King Alexander I Karadjordjević in 1924–1936, was intended as the royal family’s private residence. Prominently positioned on the forested Topčider-facing slope of Dedinje hill, it blends harmoniously into the surrounding landscape. The complex...
  10. Industrial Ages
    The Serbo-Byzantine-style Church of SS. Constantine and Helena designed by the architect Radivoje Predić was built in 1921–31 on the site of a 19th-century rammed-earth chapel. The master builder was Stevan Katičić from Zemun. It is a three-aisled basilica with a five-sided east apse and two...
  11. Industrial Ages
    The New Cemetery was opened in 1886. It was the first planned and regulated space of that kind in Belgrade. The functioning of the graveyard marks the turning point in the contemporary public organization and life of the city. Numerous valuable monuments have been assembled in the graveyard...
  12. Industrial Ages
    Astronomic Observatory represents one of the oldest scientific institutions in Serbia, set off 1891. It was built between 1929 and 1931, after the design by architect Jan Dubovi. It was complex with the Administrative building and pavilions with astronomic equipment. The Observatory was designed...
  13. Industrial Ages
    The building was erected between 1905 and 1907 after the design by architects Andra Stevanović and Nikola Nestorović. It was designed in the style of the twentieth century academism, with rich plastic decoration on the façades and in the representative part of the interior. It is a monumental...
  14. Middle Ages
    Mileševa (Serbian Cyrillic: Милешева) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located near Prijepolje, in southwest Serbia. It was founded by King Vladislav, in the years between 1234 and 1236. The church has frescoes by the most skillful artists of that time, including one of the most famous in Serbian...
  15. Industrial Ages
    In the center Lelica, villages near Valjevo, the church was built in the 1929th , and declared the monastery in 1997. It contains the relics of Bishop Nikolaj. Nikolaj Velimirovic (January 5, 1880 - March 18, 1956) was a prominent theologian and bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Born in...
  16. Middle Ages
    Ljubostinja (Serbian Cyrillic: Љубостиња) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery near Trstenik, Serbia. Located in the small mountain valley of the Ljubostinja river. Monastery is dedicated to the Holy Virgin. The monastery was built from the 1388 to 1405. In Ljubostinja were buried Princess Milica...
  17. Middle Ages
    Ravanica (Serbian Cyrillic: Раваница) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery on Kučaj mountains near Ćuprija in Central Serbia. It was built in 1375-1377 as an endowment of prince Lazar of Serbia, who is buried there. Ravanica was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and it...
  18. Middle Ages
    Arača, is medieval Romanesque church ruin about 12 km north of Novi Bečej, Serbia. It's the one of the oldest Hungarian built church in the Carpathian Basin. Department for protection and scientific study of Cultural Monuments in Belgrade issued a decision in 1948, in which Romanesque church of...
  19. Industrial Ages
    The Subotica Synagogue is a remarkable Hungarian Art Nouveau synagogue in Subotica, Serbia. It was built in 1901-1902 during the administration of the Kingdom of Hungary (part of Austria-Hungary), according the plans of Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab replacing a smaller and less elaborate...
  20. Industrial Ages
    Ideal for the servants of travel, a small town in central Serbia on the bank of river. Even smaller places or more monasteries. In its vicinity are the Monastery of the Holy Roman, Russian Church and the attractive church of the Virgin in manstirskom complex Djunis. The village is located in...
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