On a trip to Belgrade you can visit interesting museums, delightful parks and see a varied mix of architecture.
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Here are a few suggestions for places to visit in the City:
Church of Saint Sava
You can visit this huge 20th century Orthodox Church, built in Neo-Byzantine style and in honour of Saint Sava who founded the Serbian Orthodox Church. The Church stands on the Vracar Plateau giving it a prominent location over the City, and it’s an impressive sight with its marble and granite facade and tall central dome, and the treasury of Saint Sava is located in the Church.
National Museum of Serbia
Visitors to this Museum can find a broad range of collections which include Paleolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age objects, Ancient Greek and Roman artefacts, medieval items including Serbian and Byzantine art, and a numismatic collection. The Museum houses many pieces of fine art and includes national and international works such as those by artists including Renoir, Matisse, Raphael, Titian, Bosch, van Dyck and Picasso.
The Museum of Applied Arts
Here you can see a wide and varied collection of applied arts with both national and international object, and dating from ancient times to contemporary. Among the items to be seen are jewellery and metalwork, coins, costumes, tapestries, furniture, books, porcelain and glassware.
The Nikola Tesla Museum
This is an interesting Museum relating to the life and works of the famous pioneering inventor, Nikola Tesla. Here you can see a large range of exhibits which include technical instruments, drawings, photos, books and documents along with a number of 3D computer models.
Established in the beginning of the 20th century, this Museum houses interesting collections of ethnographic items. Among the exhibits visitors can view are textiles, embroidery, musical instruments, art, household items, jewellery, toys as well as national costumes.
This splendid Theatre was built in the 19th century, with later reconstructions, and is a grand building situated in Republic Square. This renowned Theatre is host to opera, ballet and drama performances, and has two halls, the beautiful Grand Hall and the Rasa Plaovic Stage.
This is a large forest park in Belgrade which is a popular place to come for locals and visitors alike to enjoy open space as well as wooded areas. You can come and explore the woods or have a relaxing picnic, and see a number of features including a lake and 19th century stone obelisk.
This monument was constructed in 1928 by Ivan Mestrovic in honour of the victory of Serbia over the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empire in World War I and the Balkan Wars. The monument is an important landmark and symbol for the City and stands at a height of 14 metres, and depicts a man in bronze holding an eagle and sword, standing on a column.
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