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National Assembly of Serbia

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December 06, 2019
For architecture lovers.
September 12, 2019
Landmark and tourist attraction
July 29, 2019
Built in 1920's, before becoming the Parliament of Serbia, it was the Parliament of Yugoslavia. It was the place of democratic uprising in October 2000, when some of it parts were burnt in flames. It's old shine has since been restored.
October 21, 2018
National Assembly of Serbia locatetes in city center, no far from Knez Mihajlova street.
October 18, 2018
It is next-door sightseeing spot. During the night you can admire its luminosity and reflection in the sky.

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“is a Serbian Orthodox church located in the Tašmajdan park in Belgrade, Serbia, near the Parliament of Serbia. It was built in the Serbo-Byzantine style by the Krstić brothers, completed in 1940, on the site of a previous church dating to 1835. It is one of the largest churches in the country. There is a small Russian church next to St. Mark's. Church is famous for being a burial place of Tsar Dushan. Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (Serbian Cyrillic: Стефан Урош IV Душан, pronounced [stêfaːn ûroʃ tʃětʋr̩ːtiː dǔʃan] (About this soundlisten)), known as Dušan the Mighty (Serbian: Душан Силни / Dušan Silni; c. 1308 – 20 December 1355), was the King of Serbia from 8 September 1331 and Emperor and autocrat of the Serbs, Bulgarians, Greeks and Albanians from 16 April 1346 until his death. Dušan conquered a large part of southeast Europe, becoming one of the most powerful monarchs of the era. Under Dušan's rule, Serbia was the major power in the Balkans, and a multi-lingual empire that stretched from the Danube in the north to the Gulf of Corynth in the south, with its capital in Skopje.[1] He enacted the constitution of the Serbian Empire, known as Dušan's Code, perhaps the most important literary work of medieval Serbia. Dušan promoted the Serbian Church from an archbishopric to a Patriarchate, finished the construction of the Visoki Dečani monastery (a UNESCO site), and founded the Saint Archangels Monastery, among others. Under his rule Serbia reached its territorial, political, economic, and cultural peak.[2] Dušan died in 1355, seen as the end of resistance against the advancing Ottoman Empire and the subsequent fall of the Eastern Orthodox Church in the region. ”
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“The Saint Save Churc is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox church buildings and ranks among the largest church buildings in the world. It is a landmark building of Belgrade with a dominating dome that resembles that of the Hagia Sophia after which it had been designed”
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Botanical Garden
“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. ”
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“Famous walking street, spreading from Square of Republic to Kalemegdan Park.”
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“Historical Museum of Serbia is the national museum of the history of Serbia”
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Belgrade, Централна Србија
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