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Monument to the Liberators of Belgrade 1806. (Karadjordje’s Park)
Monument to the Liberators of Belgrade 1806.  (Karadjordje’s Park)
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The oldest of the public monuments in Belgrade was erected in 1848 by Prince Alexander Karageorgevich in memory of the liberators of Belgrade from the First Serbian Uprising.

It was reconstructed in 1889 by King Aleksandar Obrenović.

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