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“Turkish dungeon”
Review of Nebojsa Tower

Nebojsa Tower
Ranked #51 of 220 things to do in Belgrade
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed June 7, 2013

Tower is part of Kalemegdan fortress, it is situated in lower city on Sava river. Turks turned the tower into dungeon. The most known prisoner was Rigas Feraois, who was killed in 1798.

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Reviewed December 20, 2012

The Nebojsa ("Fearless") tower was erected centuries ago, in the waters of river Danube, with the purpose of guarding the enterance to the Belgrade port. He who is in Nebojsa Tower has nothing to fear - that is the logic behind the name.

Today the Tower is on dry land - the consequence of flood control dams that transformed this part of Belgrade beyond recogntion. The overall conservatory work on the tower was carried out just years ago, so the "Old Fearless" is in its prime again, hostng an arts gallery and more.

Thank Vladimir12345678
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Reviewed October 29, 2012

This is an old watch tower to give early warning to Kalemgdan fortress on the hill above the tower. It has been used for various purposes over the past 500 years.

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Reviewed July 9, 2012

This is a high-tech trip trhough the fall of the Ottoman rulership of Belgrade and raise of Serbian civic society and emergence of nowadays Belgrade.

Neboysha tower is a perfect ending of Kalemegdan stroll.
The tower is just straight ahead when you go downstairs by Sveta Petka church.

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Reviewed June 12, 2012

The tower has been recently refurbished. The exhibition on display is state of the art. It is in English, Greek and Serbian.

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