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  • Explore Kalemegdan Park, which encompasses the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. The park’s name is formed from two Turkish words, “Kale” meaning fortress, and “megdan” meaning battlefield, and the fortress has stood as the symbol of Serbia’s capital for 19 centuries.

  • Explore the Church of Saint Sava, a Serbian Orthodox church located on the Vračar plateau in Belgrade that is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox church buildings, and one of the largest church buildings in the world. Gaze at the dome and gold-plated cross that crowns the top of this historic church.

  • Explore the National Museum in Belgrade, the largest and oldest museum in Serbia, which was established in 1844. The museum’s collection displays over 400,000 objects, all contained within a monumental façade that features a magnificent dome.

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