Seven wonders of Serbia constraction

Seven wonders of Serbia constraction

Vracar Tour Saint Sava Temple

SERBIA CONSTRUCTION

  1.  BELGRADE FORTRESS (AD 535)

LOCATION: Belgrade

NOTABLE FEATURES: Pobednik monument, Despot Stefan Tower, Gate of Charles VI, Gate of Karadjordje, Ruzica Church, Museum of Natural History, Military Museum, Belgrade Zoo, Tomb of People’s Heroes.

  1. SARGAN EIGHT (1925)

LOCATION: Sargan Eight to Mokra Gora

NOTABLE FEATURES: A narrow-gauge heritage railway. Location of Drvengrad, a traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica had built for his film Life Is a Miracle.

  1. STUDENICA MONASTERY (1196)

LOCATION: Near Kraljevo, Raska District

NOTABLE FEATURES: Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance and UNESCO World Heritage Site

  1. GAMZIGRAD – FELIX ROMULIANA (AD 298)

LOCATION: Near Zajecar, Zajecar District

NOTABLE FEATURES: Roman compound with two temples, two palaces and a building with corridor including exceptionally fine mosaics depicting Greek Dionysus and Medusa.

  1. VISOKI DECANI (1327)

LOCATION: Near Pec, Pec District, Kosovo

NOTABLE FEATURES: UNESCO World Heritage Site, also notable because of a collection of numerous exceptional wall frescoes. Located in the disputed region of Kosovo.

  1. TEMPLE OF SVETI SAVA (1989)

LOCATION: Vracar, Belgrade

NOTABLE FEATURES: This temple is the Balkan’s biggest (and the world’s second biggest) Orthodox church. The church bells are tuned to play “Hymn to Saint Sava”, and can be heard in the entire city.

  1. SUBOTICA CITY HALL (1908-10)

LOCATION: Subotica

NOTABLE FEATURES: Best known example of Art Nouveau architecture in Serbia.

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