Located in the heart of the Balkans, Belgrade is known as the key to the Balkans, where the Danube and Sava rivers meet. Belgrade has a variety of different styles of architecture, where you can pass or visit the National Museum of Serbia, the Belgrade National Theatre, the Nikola Pasic Square, the Kalemegdan Fortress, the Serbian Parliament Building, the St. Sava Temple. Joseph Broz Tito tomb. In the evening, walk into the Kalemegdan Castle and see the sunsets of the Danube and Sava Rivers. If you haven't gone to Europe, you can include it in your travel destination list.
Belgrade City Heart, Mijano Dagong Street Strolling
Mikhai Lok Street (Ulica Knez Mihailova, Serbian: ) is Belgrade's main pedestrian street, named after 1870. The city center of Belgrade is equivalent to a pedestrian street in every city in the country, such as Chunxi Road in Chengdu. Because the name is too long, we call it Chunxi Road there.
"When the white cockroach was extinguished in the twilight, he opened tomorrow and yesterday with a long night." Wandering in the streets of Belgrade, the words that Pavitch wrote once appeared in his mind. .
This street has a more local and rich artistic atmosphere. The street performers are adjacent to the booths selling paintings. The buildings are historically vicissitudes of European-style buildings. Sit down on the side of the road to enjoy local red wine and leisure. The enjoyment of the retro and lively European streets is also a rare leisure time in the trip.
The Mikhailuo Dagong Street at night is even more fascinating. Belgrade is famous for its rich nightlife. Late night restaurants and bars are still full of people, street performers, beautiful beauties, and occasionally Familiar Asian faces that you will encounter.
Address: Knez Mihailova Street
Travel in Serbia | The largest Orthodox church in the world - St. Sava Cathedral
Saint Sava Cathedral (Serbian: /Hram svetog Save) is a Orthodox church in Belgrade, Serbia The largest Orthodox church in the world, ranked one of the ten cathedrals in the world.
is coming at night, but you can see the green dome of St. Sava Church. The church is dedicated to St. Sava, a prince in the history of Serbia, the founder and first archbishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church, the founder of Serbian law and literature, and the patron saint of Serbian schools and students.
The church is located in the Frachal Heights in the city of Belgrade, where the Ottoman Prime Minister Sinan Pasha burned his body in 1595, after which the Serbs held a large statue with the image of Sava. The flag started the war against the Ottoman Turkish Empire.
300 years later, in 1895, the Kingdom of Serbia decided to establish the Church of St. Sava in the place where the remains of St. Sava was burned. It dominated the city of Belgrade, perhaps the most magnificent building in the city.
However, due to financial problems and wars, the cathedral has not been completed yet, and the funds for building the church are entirely from the donations of believers. Out of the church, there is a bronze statue with a hand on the cross and a hand on the door. That is Saint Sava.
This church is now a landmark in Belgrade, both inside and outside. It is breathtaking. It is said that the surface area of the first floor of the Cathedral Light is 3,500 square meters, there are three 1,500 square meters of galleries on the second floor, and a 120 square meter gallery on the third floor. The church can accommodate up to 10,000 followers, and its choir seats can accommodate 800 singers. The altar area of the church is more than the entire Belgrade area except for it!
Outside the church, there are a lot of people chatting and walking nearby, and I saw a lot of children rolling around here, very lively, and foreign photographers have a tripod shooting time on the square. The deep blue sky at night makes it even more mysterious.
In addition to the St. Sava church next to the St. Sava church, you can visit ~
Address: Krusedolska 2a
Serbian niche punching ground, beautiful old street in Skadalia h
In the lively Mikhaino Dagong Street, there is a quiet old street - Kasdalia pedestrian street, away from the Republic Not far from the square, this bohemian street completely preserves the look of the second half of the 19th century.
I have to say that Europeans like flowers very much, and here is no exception. The flowers and plants everywhere on the street, with sunlight and stone roads, are extraordinarily gentle.
Walking along the famous cobblestone streets, both of which are traditional Serbian restaurants. Each restaurant is decorated like a flower shop and is a quiet and full of color streets. Every restaurant in
Skardalia Pedestrian Street has local traditional band performances to attract customers. If you feel that the performance is good, give them meaning, you can join them. Performance. Three of the hats (Tri e ir) and two deer (Dva Jelena) have been around for centuries, and they are on the undulating, cobblestone pavements, giving people a sense of time.
In addition to the most common creatures in Beicheng, the pigeons are the first pigeons that are visible, and they are not afraid of people. Usually they walked past them and they ignored them. Why should they do it, they are lazy and give me the feeling that they are too lazy to fly hahaha.
Sunshine is sprinkled on the road, and the pigeons in twos and threes are accompanied by sporadic passers-by, and the years are quiet and uncontested. Sunshine is the best filter, just take a shot, it looks good~
Sargan Eight's nostalgic railway line, the Yugoslav kingdom built the narrow-gauge railway from Belgrade to Sarajevo in the early century. It used to be called the Yugoslav lifeline. However, with the development of modern railways, the small steam trains are gradually unable to catch up with the wheel of history. However, the locals repaired a section of eight-eight-eight-shaped mountain-climbing railway, crossing 20 cave tunnels along the way, and viewing platforms for passengers to get off and enjoy the stunning scenery.
When I was driving, there were two staff members who were going to take a group photo. As a "thank you", I was allowed to sit in the cab where the passenger could not enter. So the last paragraph, let me open it? Haha
The Sveti Sava Cathedral was originally built to be the largest Orthodox church in the world. Unfortunately, due to financial problems, it has not been completed since its inception in 1935. At present, only the basement is basically completed, and the whole is completed. I really don't know when it will be.
However, although there are still some internal constructions that do not affect the visit, it is worthwhile to spend half an hour to witness the birth of the world's largest Orthodox church.
The longing for life is just to find a town for a few days.
When the weather is good, walk on the stone road, jump on the river embankment and look into the distance. The Danube under the blue sky and white clouds flows quietly, sit down and enjoy the current sunshine.
Walk the trail on the tower, the red roof of the whole town is in front of you, can't help but wow~ sound, just sigh at the moment.
Go to Belgrade, don't miss the town of Zemun!
Places in Serbia are the most beautiful places you can see and find in this region. Good food, nice weather, kind people, historical places... All recommendations!!!
It is the largest Orthodox church in Serbia, one of the largest Eastern orthodox churches and it ranks among the largest churches in the world. It is the most recognisable building in Belgrade and an amazing landmark of the city. The church stands on the Vračar plateau in Belgrade.It is pretty visible from city center. It is one of top visited places in Belgrade. Definitely a must go! You would go to Paris not visit Eiffel Tower...