Belgarde: an favorit place to visit.
Belgrade is a nice city .. must mention it remains Balkan one. I met nice peple there and I realy like-love Belgarde The local peole I met there and all the americans from Artship that had an art performance at the "SKC" - Students Culture Center.
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Cultural and Natural Values
There are almost 300 cultural monuments within the territory of Belgrade. Three spatial cultural-historical ensembles (Knez Mihajlova Street, Topčider and area around Dositej’s Boarding School and the archaeological finds Belo Brdo in Vinča have been proclaimed the values of extraordinary importance, and three spatial ensembles (Gročanski bazaar - Bulevar Oslobođenja, Kosančićev Venac, old nucleus of Zemun) and two remarkable locations (Bojčin’s Forest and Commemorative Cemetery of Belgrade Liberators 1806) of great importance for the culture. As for the facilities proclaimed natural treasures, the ones of major importance are: Belgrade Fortress, Saint Archangel Michael Cathedral Church, Thumb of the Unknown Soldier on Avala, Monument at the death spot of despot Stefan Lazarević, Cemetery of Belgrade Liberators, late Roman Tomb in Brestovik, Birth Home of Voivode Stepa Stepanović, Palace of the Duchess Ljubica, Captain Miša’s Edifice. The beauty of Belgrade squares and public gardens in ten town municipalities is supplemented by 192 monuments and 237 sculptures. About 70 monuments and works of sculpture are located in the outlaying municipalities.
Among the protected natural values there also are Banjica’s Forest, the nestling spot of over 70 species of birds, "Maša’s Mine" near Summer Stage in Topčider (geological set layer from the upper Cretaous Age), "Myocene’s sand-shelf" at Tašmajdan and "Sea Neogene’s sandbank" underneath the “Liberator” Monument on Kalemegdan, representing the remnants of the Mediterranean basin of Pannonian Sea.
Memorial natural monuments are: Bojčin’s forest within the area of Zemun and the Arched Ash Tree in the Šopići village near Lazarevac (Šopići’s Grove). Veliko ratno ostrvo (Big War Island) on the Danube, the habitat of rare and endangered birds of marsh and the representative morphological and geological formation, is under the protection of the government. Calemegdan is the most beautiful and biggest park in Belgrade, which is also the most important cultural and historical complex, in which the Belgrade Fortress stands high above the Sava and Danube confluence.
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Here are addresses and contacts so people belong to Catholicism can organize their religion needs:
Svetozara Markovica 20,
tel. 3032-246, faks 3032-248
- Franciscan Church, Zemun, Strosmajerova 6 (at the park), 198-134
- Church of Christ, Krunska 23, 3232-308
Holy Trinity Church, Surcin, Vojvoðanska 227, tel. 840-116
- St. Anthony's Church, Bregalnièka 14, 2404-390
- Church of St. Joseph the Worker, Pribojska 23, tel. 763-059
- St. Peter's Church, Makedonska 23, tel. 3030-815
- Church of St. Cyril and St. Methodius, Pozeska 35, tel. 3056-120, faks 553-510
- Church of Ascension of the Holy Virgin Mary, Hadzi Milentijeva 75, tel. 435-712
- Church of Ascension of the Holy Virgin Mary, Zemun (kod pijace), tel. 616-281
- Church of Ascension of the Holy Cross, Borca, Zarka Zrenjanina 17, tel. 763-059
- Convent of the Little Sisters of Jesus, Djevdjelijska 51, tel. 409-043
- Convent of the Daughters of Cristian Love (Usmiljenke), NH Bore Markovica 8, tel. 555-489
- Nunnery, Krunska 19, tel. 3231-277
- Nunnery, Zemun, Gradski park 8, tel. 612-324.
- Franciscan School Nunnery, Zemun, Karadjordjeva 9, tel. 606-585
- Monastery "Sestara franjevski bezgresnog zaceca", Visegradska 23, tel. 642-280
NOVI (NEW) BEOGRAD Municipality
The Municipality of Novi Beograd covers an area of 4,074 hectares, which is inhabited by a population of 236,000.
Its name Novi Beograd (New Belgrade) was mentioned for the first time by the namesake cafe of the owner Petar Kokotovic, opened in 1924, in Tošin bunar Street. Some time later, in 1939, the first issue of the weekly newspaper "New Belgrade" appeared in Zemun as well. The construction of New Belgrade was started by the youth work brigades in 1948, and the Municipality itself was formed in 1953. The Day of the Municipality is April 11, the date of commencement of construction of New Belgrade, and it’s patron day is the Shroud of the Most Holy Virgin, on October 14.
Addresse: Bulevar Mihaila Pupina 167
Automatic message and answering service: 310-68-00
Dispatch service for delivery of documents: 310-67-77