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Kalemegdan fortress is today a beautiful park that at certain hours has too many tourists visiting, but this church is not that popular and you can find a nice place of rest and shade in the hot summer days. It's beautiful both from the outside...More
If you are visiting the Kalemegdan fortress, don't forget to see this little gem. The church was bombarded during WWI, and later rebuilt. A part of the decorations include ammunition and weapons used during WWI, fashioned into chandeliers. The Chapel of St. Petka is next...More
Located within the walls of the fortress, stands this small Orthodox church, which has been on the site in one form or another since the 13-1400’s, in the 1700’s it was a gunpowder magazine, renovations in the early 1900’s is a result what we see...More