The following is just our selection of Belgrade churches and cathedrals we recommend for visiting from a tourist/artistic point of view.
Hram Svetog Save - a beautiful white structure just behind Slavija square, especially interesting at Orthodox Easter and Christmas, when loud, enchanting bells are rang and thousands of people gather around it. Although the interior is still far from finished, definitely take a walk around it as the entire plateau has now been reconstructed and makes for a great spot to enjoy a good book outdoors, or just recline in the sun.
Bajrakli Mosque (Bajrakli Dzamija) is the only remaining mosque in Belgrade, built in the 16th century. It is located in Gospodar Jevremova street (Dorcol) and definitely worth a look.
A richly decorated 19th century church in Kneza Sime Markovica street (it will be on your right if you walk down Kralja Petra towards the area of the Kosancic Circle) in a wonderful neighborhood.
St Mark's Church - Crkva Svetog Marka is one of the most beautiful churches in downtown Belgrade, located next to the Tasmajdan Park (close to the Parliament).
St Petka's Church (Crvka Svete Petke) and the Rose Church (Crkva Ruzica) - two lovely small churches very close to each other in Kalemegdan's Lower Town. Make sure you look them over while you are exploring the rest of the fort.
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