Tourist Organization of Belgrade | Monuments
This monument, dedicated to one of the most important Serbian writers and painters, is located on the plateau in front of his house at 34 Skadarska St. The poet lived ... Read more
The Monument of Gratitude to France, the work of sculptor Ivan Meštrović, was erected at the end of the main alley of Kalemegdan Park in 1930 as a symbol of ... Read more
The Victor, a recognizable symbol of Belgrade, erected in 1928, is the work of the famous Yugoslav sculptor Ivan Meštrović. It was originally set up on Terazije Square, but the ... Read more
This magnificent granite memorial atop of Avala is the expression of gratitude to the fallen warriors for freedom in World War I. The first Monument to the Unknown Hero on ... Read more
Karađorđe’s Park is the authentic historical location of the camp of the insurgent army and the military cemetery of the liberators of Belgrade from the First Serbian Uprising under Karađorđe ... Read more
This monument was built in 1923 in Karađorđe’s Park by the conscripts of the third call of the Seventh infantry regiment of the National Armed Forces to commemorate their fallen ... Read more
These remarkable sculptures, set up in front of the main entrance to the National Assembly in 1938, are the works of the famous sculptor Toma Rosandić. The author named this ... Read more
This impressive monument dedicated to Vuk Stefanović Karadžić, the reformer of the Serbian language, is a sitting bronze figure holding a book. It is the work of sculptor Đorđe Jovanović, ... Read more
The monument to the great Serbian enlightener and writer, erected in 1914, was originally placed in Knez Mihailova St, at the entrance to the Kalemegdan Park. During the 1930s, when ... Read more
The monument to the diplomat and the greatest Serbian and Yugoslav writer of the 20th century, the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, was erected on the plateau bearing ... Read more
Among numerous monuments in Kalemegdan Park, there is a bust of Miloš Crnjanski, the great Serbian novelist, poet, storyteller and playwright. It was erected in 1993 to mark the 100th ... Read more
Despot Stefan Lazarević is one of the most significant individuals of the Serbian history who left his mark on the Belgrade Fortress. The bronze statue, 320cm high, depicts the despot ... Read more
A bronze sculpture was erected in 1979 in front of the National Library of Serbia and Saint Sava Church, in memory of the great leader of the Frist Serbian Uprising ... Read more
The monument, whose silhouette contributed to the modern image of the Republic Square, was erected in memory of the Prince who improved the economic and cultural life of Serbia and ... Read more
The bronze monument to this great Serbian politician and statesman, who was the Prime Minister, the president of the National Assembly, the minister of foreign affairs, the mayor of Belgrade ... Read more
This monument was erected in 1931 as a sign of gratitude to Archibald Reiss, Swiss forensic scientist, publicist and honorary captain of Serbian armed forces. It is the work of ... Read more
This impressive monument to one of the greatest thinkers, poets and philosophers, the spiritual and secular ruler of Montenegro, was erected in 1994 on the plateau surrounded by the premises ... Read more
This is one of the three monuments in the Serbian capital dedicated to Nikola Tesla. The sitting bronze figure of this visionary, inventor and author of almost 1000 patents and ... Read more
11. Sep 2021.
In the cultural events calendar of Southeast Europe, the central position has been taken for many decades by the International Belgrade Book Fair.
25. Sep 2021.
Perpetuum Jazzile is one of the most spectacular and largest vocal groups in the world that comes from Slovenia.
28. Sep 2021.
Ara Malikian is a world-renowned violinist. He is often called “a Lebanese virtuoso dusted with Armenian spices”.
22. Oct 2021.
With more than 20 million sold albums worldwide Lara Fabian is back on new “50 World Tour” within which she will visit Belgrade.
10. Nov 2021.
André Rieu, the Dutch “King of Waltz” will bring his Johann Strauss Orchestra back to Belgrade as part of his world tour in November 2021.