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This appears to be a recently started website with some nice pictures of Belgrade. It says that they are constantly going to update the website with new pictures of Belgrade. I'll just give the descriptions they give as we go along.

Belgrade by Night
When night falls on Belgrade, the trendy citizens of the city get ready for a night out, and Belgrade landmarks get ready for the night: thousands of lights illuminate the city and its attractions. Get ready to explore a completely new city...

The Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan seen from New Belgrade

National Theatre, Belgrade

Belgrade City Hall - Detail. Also known as the 'Old Palace' (Stari dvor), as it was built as the Royal palace, residence of Milan Obrenovic. Built in 1882.

Yugoslav Drama Theatre - Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozoriste (JDP). The world famous JDP was destroyed in a fire in 1997, and was completely reconstructed, and opened it's doors to the public again, in May 2003.

The 'New Palace' built for King Peter Karadjordjevic. Today, it is the office of the President of Serbia. Built 1913-1918.

Government of Serbia in Kneza Milosa street

Knez Mihajlova Pedestrian Street
Standing in the Knez Mihailova street won't have you wondering where the heart of Belgrade is. You're standing right in it. It has long been Belgrade's cultural and commercial center. Beginning at Terazije square, the kilometre-long street is the most direct link between the city center and the Kalemegdan fortress.

The Knez Mihailova street (or 'Knezmis') as locals call it, a pedestrian-only steet, is home to some of the city's finest architectural landmarks, the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, art-galleries, libraries, shops and cafes.

Knez Mihailova street, the heart of Belgrade

One of the numerous cafes in Knez Mihailova street, Belgrade

A Knez Mihailova side-street

Kralja Petra Street
Kralja Petra I street in downtown Belgrade... could easily be called the 'Wall Street' of Belgrade, as it is home to numerous banks, including the National Bank of Serbia (built in 1889). It is also home to numerous bars and restaurants, boutiques, Belgrade's first modern department store (built in 1907), and hotels, and home to the Saborna church and the Patriarchate.

Kralja Petra street. Belgrade

The '?' cafe. Yes, it's really called the 'Question mark' cafe, and it's also Belgrade's oldest cafe, built in 1823.

Saborna Church and the Patriarche

Saborna Church - The Orthodox cathedral. Built 1837 - 1840. Belgrade

The Patriarchate, built in 1934 - 1935, on the site of the old Metropolitan of the 18th and 19th centuries. Belgrade

Saint Sava Church
The construction of this temple, the biggest Christian Orthodox church in the world, began in 1935, and was interrupted by the Second World War, and only restarted in 1985.

Saint Sava Church, in the Vracar district of Belgrade.

Monument to Saint Sava

Monument to Karadjordje, the leader of the first Serbian uprising. Saint Sava church, Belgrade.

Belgrade Streets

Kneza Milosa street. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Governement of Serbia building.

Nemanjina street.

Vasina street.

Uzun Mirkova street, near the Kalemegdan fortress.

Belgrade Churches

Saborna church (the Serbian Orthodox cathedral), built between 1837 and 1840.

Saint Marko church (Crkva Svetog Marka). Built between 1931 and 1940 in the Tasmajdan park. The chuch is a copy of the Gracanica Monastery. View from the Tasmajdan park.

Russian Orthodox church - the Holy Trinity church, built in 1924.

Belgrade Citylights

Kalemegdan Fortress - Victor Monument (Pobednik)

Kalemegdan Fortress - Belgrade Landmarks Preservation office

Kalemegdan Fortress - Belgrade Landmarks Preservation office (built at the end of the 19th century).

Kalemegdan Fortress - Zindan Gate, built in the 15th century.

Kalemegdan Fortress - Jaksic tower (in it's vicinity you will find the two Kalemegdan churches, and two great restaurants with a view of the Danube)

Skadarlija - Belgrade's bohemian quarter, with national food restaurants, art galleries, and a good atmosphere.

Belgrade Downtown

Federal Parliament, built between 1907 and 1936.

Two bronze sculptures "Dancing Stallions" in front of the Federal Parliament. Work of Toma Roksandic.

Captain Misa's building. Built 1858-1863. The building was a bequest to Serbian people by this wealthy merchant. Today, it houses the University of Belgrade.

Old Belgrade

Dimitrije Krsmanovic's Palace in the vicinity of the Saborna church. Built 1898-1899.

Moskva Hotel on Terazije square. Built 1906-1907.

Monument to Josif Pancic, one of the greatest serbian scientists and botanists. Erected in 1897, Studentski trg.

Princess Ljubica's Residence (Konak Kneginje Ljubice), nowadays, part of the City of Belgrade museum. Built as the residence of the wife of Prince Milos Obrenovic between 1829 - 1831.

Kalamegdan Fortress

Belgrade fortress: King Gate (also known as West Gate), built in 1725.

Kalemegdan park - Saborna Church in the background.

Belgrade Fortress - Victor Monument (Pobednik)

Belgrade Fortress - Dizdar Tower, built in the 15th. century. Nowadays, it houses the astronomic observatory.

Belgrade fortress: Monument of Gratitude to France - a sign of friendship with France during the First World War. The words Let's love France as she loved us during 1914-1918 are inscribed on the monument.

Kalemegdan park - Gallery of the Natural Museum of Serbia. Built 1825 - 1835.

Belgrade Fortress - The Inner Stambol Gate and the Sahat tower (clock tower). Built in the 18th. century

Belgrade Fortress - Military Museum, established in 1878.

Ruzica church - Shrine of the birth of the Holy Mother of God, Kalemegdan fortress. Built in 1867.

Sveta Petka Church. Belgrade fortress. In the background: the Sava river and Nebojsa tower.

Belgrade Fortress - Sveta Petka church. Built in 1937.

Sveta Petka church. There is a spring within the church, and the water is considered miraculous.

Again Knez Mihajlova
Knez Mihailova street. Enough said.

Knez Mihailova is Belgrade's most famous street. It is the main pedestrian street of Belgrade, and the main shopping area, streching from the Republic square to the Kalemegdan fortress. You will find numerous book shops, antiques shops, art galleries, as well as top designer shops in this street where people go to stroll for the pure pleasure of walking.

Knez Mihailova street.

The Delijska fountain in Knez Mihailova.

The building of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Knez Mihailova street.

Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, built in 1923-1924. Belgrade

Knez Mihailova street, Belgrade. Christmas decorations.

Kosancicev Venac
Belgrade that once was... houses numerous art galleries, a few restaurants, and the ambiance of times past.

This is also the place where once stood the National Library of Serbia, completely destroyed (together with all the cultural heritage of the Serbian people) in the German bombing of the city, on Easter day, April 6, 1941.

Kosancicev venac

Kosancicev venac - The House of Mihailo Petrovic Alas (scientist and matematician), built in 1910.

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Sorry, I guess the website doesn't allow direct-linking and it appears that I can't upload them straight to photobucket using the image URL. Maybe in a few days I'll have enough time to save and then upload all the pictures.

In the meantime, you can check it out at

Or if possible, maybe someone could do it.

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I love Knez Mihailova street, looks like something we're missing in Kyiv.

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Pan_Stanislav said:
I love Knez Mihailova street, looks like something we're missing in Kyiv.

Those are nice pictures, but I really am getting alittle bored with the fact that all the pictures of Belgrade has "mostly" the same area. I've probably remembered how every little store and building looks like on Knez Mihailova street, and it's time for a change!
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