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Belgrade from the age of knights
Belgrade from the age of knights
Tour Description

Serbian knights were among the most skilled warriors of medieval Europe, and Serbian ruler despot Stefan was one of the founders of higly prestigious XV century chivalric order – Order of the Dragon. In the Gallery of frescoes, we’ll see replicas of most beautiful Serbian frescoes, some of which show fully equipped and armed knights. After a walk through Belgrade fortress, we’ll be greeted by members of Beli Orlovi, a guild dedicated to preservation of chivalric traditions and sword fighting skills. For a brief moment, we’ll feel like nobles of old on a tourney while two fully clad knights engage in combat. After visiting the monument to despot Stefan and hearing the outlandish way it was installed, we’ll proceed to Cvijeta Zuzorić pavilion, were a short film about XV century 

Tour Info
Departure
Sunday from 16:30 pm / Departure in front of Etnographic museum at Studentski trg
Language
English
Duration
2,5 hours
Price
900 rsd
Organization
Felix travel d.o.o., Obilićev venac 18
Contact
011/ 2635-622, 011/2635-343
Tickets and Information

TOURIST INFO CENTER
Knez Mihailova 5 (city center)
Monday - Sunday 09-19č
tel. +381 11 2635-622 and 2635-343
bginfo.knezmihailova@tob.co.rs

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