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“Nikola Pasic Monument”

Nikola Pasic Monument
Ranked #79 of 204 things to do in Belgrade
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Belgrade, Serbia
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14 reviews
7 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
“Nikola Pasic Monument”
Reviewed October 11, 2013

The monument of Nikola Pašić was made by Zoran Ivanović and it was erected in 1998 on the Square of Nikola Pašić. Pašić was prominent politician and statesman. He was a founder of Radical Party and he was part of a Serbian political life for 48 years. He was the president of the National Assembly, the Prime minister, the president of Belgrade municipality, deputy to Russia…
During the First World War Pašić, as a Prime minister, signed the Corfu Declaration in 1917. He was one of the creators of Vidovdan Constitution from 1921 by which the Kingdom of Serbs, Coats and Slovenians was declared Unitary Monarchy.

Visited October 2013
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Belgrade, Serbia
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6 reviews
5 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
“Place to meet someone nice”
Reviewed March 14, 2012

The place is under "must".One of Belgrade's most important sights to pass through. On the other side is small modern gallery that you may really enjoy.

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Belgrade, Serbia
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45 reviews
43 attraction reviews
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“New monument old square”
Reviewed December 25, 2011

Old Marx&Engels square, now has a Nikola Pasic monument... best to see in winter with the free ice-rink and all the winter jollies ...

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Belgrade, Serbia
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302 reviews
48 attraction reviews
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“Not very impressive monument to one of the most important Serbian politicians”
Reviewed December 3, 2011

The monument is erected to one of the most prominent Serbian politicians from end 19th / beginning of 20th century who was minister and prime minister in this very important period of Serbian history (liberation from Turkish occupation and then Balkan wars and WWI). The monument is not particularly impressive but as it is in the central area of Belgrade it deserves couple of minutes to visit if somewhere around (in Knez Mihajlova/Terazije, or close to the monumental Parliament building). The monument is of recent date – built towards the end of 90s. During hot summer days it is nice to sit at the square where the monument is and close to the fountain next to it.

(Two photos attached to Nikola Pašić monument have nothing to do with the monument – the first being from the monument of Unknown Soldier at Avala Hill outside Belgrade, the second from a private album probably also taken at Avala Hill.)

Visited November 2011
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