The Tower of Sibinjanin Janko, completed in 1896, has been renovated to house a gallery, which hosts regular exhibitions. The views from...
Goggle at its astounding baroque iconostasis.
Wheel around town on tailored cycle tours that take in everywhere from Ada Ciganlija to Zemun.
Ona A Ne Neka Druga
As its unusual name suggests, this cosy club caters entirely to women…but in true Serbia style, it steers far from any PC aspects one...
Craving curry in a sea of kajmak ? It's worth the trip out to one of Belgrade's only Indian restaurants, serving all the staples from...
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Sveti Sava information
Sveti Sava is the world's biggest Orthodox church, a fact made entirely obvious when looking at the city skyline from a distance or standing under its dome. The church is built on the site where the Turks apparently burnt relics of St Sava. Work on the church interior (frequently interrupted by wars) continues today.