21.10.2014 | Belgrade
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Whether dramatic and memorable or discrete and somewhat secluded, the monuments of Belgrade remind us of people and events of importance to this city. Some of them have grown into city landmarks.

Belgrade has 300 cultural monuments, 57 of those being of exceptional and grand importance to the culture of Serbia and Belgrade. The monuments of special importance are the Belgrade Fortress, the Cathedral Church, the Monument to the Unknown Hero on Avala, the monument marking the place of the death of Despot Stefan Lazarević (Crkvine at Mladenovac), the Graveyard of the Liberators of Belgrade, the Late Roman Tomb in Brestovik, the Adobe Church in Vranić, the Birth House of Vojvoda Stepa Stepanović, the Residence of Princess Ljubica and Captain Miša’s Mansion.

Cultural Heritage Preservation Institute of Belgrade

Kalemegdan 14, operator +381 11 32 87 420, fax +381 11 32 87 411,