List of museums in Belgrade

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Belgrade Capital of Serbia

Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers and the crossroads of the Pannonian Plain and the Balkan Peninsula. Nearly 1.7 million people live within the administrative limits of the City of Belgrade, a quarter of the total population of Serbia.

This article deals with the system of transport in Belgrade, both public and private.

Singidunum

Singidunum was an ancient city which later evolved into modern Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The name is of Celtic origin, going back to the time when Celtic tribe Scordisci settled the area in the 3rd century BC, following the Gallic invasion of the Balkans. Later on, the Roman Republic conquered the area in 75 BC and incorporated it into the province of Moesia. It was an important fort of the Danubian Limes and Roman Legio IV Flavia Felix was garrisoned there since 86 AD. Singidunum was the birthplace to the Roman Emperor Jovian. It was sacked by Huns in 441, and by Avars and Slavs in 584. At the beginning of the 7th century, the Singidunum fort was finally destroyed.

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Main international airport of Serbia

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport or Belgrade Airport is an international airport serving Belgrade, Serbia. It is the largest and busiest airport in Serbia, situated 18 km (11 mi) west of downtown Belgrade near the suburb of Surčin, surrounded by Syrmia's fertile lowlands. It is operated by French conglomerate Vinci Airports.

Stari Grad, Belgrade Municipality in Belgrade, Serbia

Stari Grad is a municipality of the city of Belgrade. It encompasses some of the oldest sections of urban Belgrade, thus the name. Stari Grad is one of the three municipalities that occupy the very center of Belgrade, together with Savski Venac and Vračar.

Petar Lubarda

Petar Lubarda was a Serbian and Yugoslav painter.

Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street, properly Kneza Mihaila, is the main pedestrian and shopping zone in Belgrade, and is protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable landmarks of the city. Named after Mihailo Obrenović III, Prince of Serbia, it features a number of buildings and mansions built during the late 1870s.

Dorćol Urban neighbourhood in Stari Grad, Belgrade, Serbia

Dorćol is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Stari Grad.

Nikola Tesla Museum Science museum in Krunska , Belgrade

The Nikola Tesla Museum is a science museum located in the central area of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is dedicated to honoring and displaying the life and work of Nikola Tesla as well as the final resting place for Tesla. It holds more than 160,000 original documents, over 2,000 books and journals, over 1,200 historical technical exhibits, over 1,500 photographs and photo plates of original, technical objects, instruments and apparatus, and over 1,000 plans and drawings.

Princess Ljubicas Residence

Princess Ljubica's Residence is a palace located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Because of its cultural and architectural importance the residence has been designated a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance.

Aleksandar Palas Hotel

Aleksandar Palas Hotel is a hotel located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.

Nikola Pašić Square Urban neighbourhood in Stari Grad, Belgrade, Serbia

The Nikola Pašić Square is one of the central town squares and an urban neighborhoods of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The square is named after Nikola Pašić who served as mayor of Belgrade, prime minister of Serbia and prime minister of Yugoslavia. Until 1992 the square was named the Square of Marx and Engels

Museum of Yugoslavia History museum in Belgrade, Serbia

The Museum of Yugoslavia is a public history museum in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It chronicles the period of Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Socialist Yugoslavia as well as the life of Josip Broz Tito. Tito's grave is located in one of the Museum buildings.

Tatjana Ilic – Tanja Ilic is a fine artist. She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts - Majoring in graphics in Belgrade in 1995. During her studies she enrolled at the Düsseldorf Arts Academy in the class of Jannis Kounellis, section Bildhauerei. On the recommendation of her professor, she acquired a Master's status in 1997, and continued to work in the same class until 2000. She has been a member of the Association of Fine Artists of Serbia since 1995. She has also been a member of the International Artists Forum since 2003. In the same year her artwork "Vogel" was incorporated into the analytical review "Performance - Art - Kontext".

Nikola Prsendic is a contemporary artist and painter, currently based in Veliko Gradište, Serbia.

Area around Dositejs Lyceum

The cultural-historical complex in the area around Dositej's Lyceum is one of the oldest and most important city parts in Belgrade, which centre formed at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century.

Nikola Pašićs House Historic building in Belgrade, Serbia

Nikola Pašić's House is located at 21 Francuska Street, in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Originally built in 1872 and thoroughly expanded in 1921, it was purchased by the longtime prime minister Nikola Pašić in 1893. It was declared a cultural monument in 1984.

Pioneers Park, Belgrade

Pioneers Park is a park in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Developed from the royal garden, which itself was a successor of a much older garden, it is today one of the central city parks. It has been open for public since 1944. The park has been declared a botanical natural monument.

Nikola Nestorovic was a Serbian architect and professor at the Technical Faculty.