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“The National Museum in Belgrade is a complex type museum dedicated to the protection, interpretation and promotion of the layered, multicultural heritage of the Central Balkans and Europe - culture from prehistory to the present - through archeological, numismatic and artistic material.The museum’s new permanent exhibit spans a huge chronological range from the far Paleolithic to 20th century art. Organized on three levels of a representative building, the exhibition is spread over 5000m² of exhibition space.”
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“You can go here for a walk or a jog. There are many museums (e.g. military is one of my favorites) that you can visit. In the night, you can admire a beautiful sun set over the confluence of Danube and Sava rivers. ”
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“This is a very special part of the city and a must see. Kalemegdan Fortress, surrounded by a huge park, looks out over the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. This is a place where you can see people reading a book, playing chess, enjoying fresh air and a spectacular view!”
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“On a tall ridge where the Danube and Sava rivers meet, Belgrade Fortress used to contain the entire city and has lived through 2,000 years of conflict. All of that bloodshed seems very distant when you see the young couples arm-in-arm in Kalemegdan Park, watching the sun go down over Zemun. They’ll find perches on the ramparts and secluded cubby holes among the angular remnants of the anti-artillery bastions and ravelins built by the Ottomans in the early modern ages. There’s history at every turn in the fortress, from the Roman well to the medieval gate of Despot Stefan Lazarević. But Pobednik (Victor) is the postcard monument, a statue wielding a sword and falcon atop a Doric column. This dates to 1928 and commemorates Serbia’s defeat of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empire in WWI. ”
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“Belgrade Fortress was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and is protected by the Republic of Serbia. It is the most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade, with Skadarlija being the second. The admission is free. The cliff-like ridge overlooks the Great War Island and the confluence of the Sava river into the Danube, and makes one of the most beautiful natural lookouts in Belgrade. The secret underworld of Kalemegdan reveals a spider’s web of tunnels and caves, some of which date back to the Neolithic period.”
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“There are several restaurants, bars and coffee shops lined up on this part of the water front. In the evenings it gets quite fancy, but I like to have breakfast or coffee here, looking at the river.”
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