Parliament House is located in the center of Belgrade. The construction of the building began in 1907. The foundation stone was laid by King Petar I. The building was designed by Konstantin Jovanović in 1891; and the competition in 1901 was the first prize, won by Jovan Ilkić for the design.
City Hall in Subotica is the largest and the most beautiful building in Subotica. It was built from 1908 to 1910. For this time a very modern style – Hungarian New art, and two full years was devoted to interior design. Stands out for its beauty, the synagogue built in 1902.
Skadarlija is a bohemian neighborhood in the center of Belgrade (Skadar Street). Every day 20,000 people visit this street. Skadarska Street, is about 500 meters long, and is located in the very center of Belgrade. Due to the proximity of the National Theatre, in the late 19th and early 20th century many actors, poets, writers and painters lived there.
Novi Sad is the center of Vojvodina, the northern part of Serbia. It is a rich regional cultural center, which is located on the banks of the Danube between Budapest and Belgrade. There are around 400,000 inhabitants. At the Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, in early July of each year, will be held EXIT, one of the most famous musical festival in this part of Europe.
“Resavska cave” is located 20 km from Despotovac, the limestone hill called “Gran Monther’s head”, on the banks of the karst field (Divljakovac). It is one of the most beautiful caves in the country. Previously, the only known cave shepherds who had sought refuge from the storm with their flocks of sheep.
“New Belgrade” (Novi Beograd) is a modern part of the city, which was built in the second half of the twentieth century, the marshy plain between the rivers Sava and Danube. Novi Beograd is located between the historic towns of Belgrade and Zemun.
Lazar’s cave is located in eastern Serbia. Away from the city of Bor 21km, from Brestovacke spa 14 km and from the Zlot village 3km. Situated on the eastern side of the Kučaj mountain, on the left bank of the Lazar’s river, Lazar’s cave is a unique natural phenomenon. The entrance to the cave is 291m above sea level. Lazar’s cave is a cave spring.
The legend says that Ecka is a place where Attila the Hun leader had settled, in his attack against the Roman Empire. Ecka name is attached to the name of his wife and his daughter, who died just in this place. Ecka name was mentioned for the first time in 1439, as private property of Đurađ Branković. Also known for its ponds and lakes.
Golubačka Fortress is a medieval walled city with a turbulent history. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube. The fortress was built in the 14th century. Golubačka fortress is one of the best castles in Serbia from medieval origin, which is the highest preserved in the country.
“Devil’s Town” is a set of towers on whose tops are stone caps (blocks). There are more than two hundred. There are high from two to fifty meters and wide from half to three meters. “Devil’s Town” is a rare natural phenomenon that is on the Radan Mountain near Kursumlija, about 90 kilometers southwest of Nis.
All about Serbia
Serbia, or officially the Republic of Serbia, is a continental country located in Southeastern Europe, covering an area of the Balkans and partly in Central Europe (Pannonian Plain). The capital is Belgrade. With 1,639,121 inhabitants in the surrounding, based on 2011 data, it is the administrative ... Read more