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The essence of Belgrade – from a small Celtic outpost to the magnificent capital of Western Balkans


Duration: 3,5 hours

Starting point: The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian Parliament)
From the same point we can also see the Old Royal Palace (City Council) and the New Royal Palace (Seat of President of Serbia). Than we proceed to visit the following sights:
- Terazije square, Albanija Palace, Republic Square, Knez Mihailova street, Student’s Square (Belgrade University Rectorate, remains of Roman city of Singidunum), Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade Fortress (Upper and Lower Town)

Since Belgrade Fortress is the most important and the oldest sight in the city, we shall spend the most of the time there, and see:
- Damad Ali Pasha’s turbe, Sokollu Mehmed Pasha’s fountain, Ružica Church (an army church, whose history is closely related to the World War I), Roman well, Military bunker from the period of Cold War, The Big gunpowder storage (now used as a lapidarium)

After leaving the fortress we will end the tour at the historical center of Belgrade’s public life, and see:
- Bayrakli mosque, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, Cathedral church, Metropolitan palace (seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church)
Ending location: ? (restaurant called “The Questionmark – the oldest still active in Belgrade)