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The name Ciganlija could originate from the Celtic words "singa" and "lia" that means the island and underwater land, referring to the variability of Sava river’s water levels... Since 1821 Ada has been a state and national good, which remains to this day. Ada Ciganlija is an island on the Sava river, which has been artificialy transformed into a peninsula.
This is the first botanical garden in Serbia, founded in 1874. by the Ministry of Education of the Kingdom of Serbia, at the proposal of Josif Pančić, who was its first
The Belgrade fortress, built on a white ridge above the mouth of two large rivers, was repeatedly ruined and rebuilt for 16 centuries, and today is a symbol of the Serb
New Belgrade is definitely the youngest urban entity in Serbia, the largest municipality and is one of the rare municipalities that can boast of being created by - free and volunteer work. Through the Front brigades and Youth Working Brigades, about 200 000 of its builders passed: high school students, students, workers and engineers from all over the former Yugoslavia.
Savamala, once a wetland area, received the urban structure in the thirties of the 19th century at the order of Prince Miloš Obrenović. The name "Savamala" is an inherited Turkism. The name came from the name of river Sava, which according to the Turkish rules was placed in front of the pronoun ”mala”, the summit of the Turkish word mahala – which means a quarter or part of the city.
Skadarlija is a bohemian quarter in the center of Belgrade. About 20,000 people visit Skadarlija every day. Skadarska Street is located in the city center, close to the
GARDOŠ Belgrade and Zemun today are one, but it has not always been the case. The first settlement on the site of today's Zemun is Celtic Taurunum. It is believ
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