This park proudly bears the name of Karađorđe - the leader of the First Serbian Uprising. In the battling attempts to free Belgrade the protestors built a military camp in Vračar. In present-day Karađorđe’s Park, in mid 19th century the first public monument was erected dedicated to the liberators of Belgrade from 1806.
A shaded pathway in the park stretches to the monument dedicated to Alphonse De Lamartine erected in 1933, as a symbol of the friendship between Yugoslavia and France. At the end of Karađorđe’s Park there are also a few cafes and restaurants whose gardens blend into the unique environment of the park.