List of streets and squares in Belgrade

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There are over 2,500 streets on the territory of the administrative City of Belgrade. Not all of them are located within the borders of the Belgrade city itself, and this list will deal only with those situated in the city.

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Street map of Belgrade

Introduction

Some streets were already unofficially named during the Ottoman period, before 1806. They were named after the mosques (Tefderdarska, Bajrak), well-known Ottomans who lived in them (Jaja-Pašina, Eski-Agina, Deli-Ahmetova) or the local artisans (Bitpazarska, Spahijska, Čauška, Delijska). Name of the Delijska Street survived until today. During the 18th century occupation by the Austrians, they renamed some of the streets (Bitpazarska to Dunavska) and named others (Eugena Savojskog [modern Braće Baruh], Carigradska [modern Vasina], Apotekarska, Kamenička, Klosterska, Tri Hana). [1]

After the liberation from the Ottomans in 1806, the streets weren't named, instead the houses were numbered regarding to which quarter they belong. On 15 March 1847 city administration asked from the Ministry of the Interior to do the numbering of the houses. The ministry decided to divide the entire city into six quarters and to name streets "within the [Laduon's] trench", which divided Belgrade in two. The ministry named 30 streets on 9 February 1848, while 40 alleys remained unnamed as the ministry deemed they don't need names. None of the streets are named today the way they were in 1848, though some names survived but were later given to other streets. [1]

1848 street names

1848 nameCyrillic nameModern location
BitpazarБитпазарCara Dušana
CukićevaЦукићеваZmaja od Noćaja (section from Kralja Petra to Academy Park)
DositejevaДоситејеваGospodar-Jevremova (section from Kralja Petra to Zmaj Jovina)
DžamijskaЏамијскаGospodar-Jevremova (section from Kralja Petra to Kalemegdan)
Glavna ČaršijaГлавна чаршијаKralja Petra (section from Kosančićev Venac to Uzun Mirkova)
Hajduk VeljkovaХајдук ВељковаDobračina
JalijskaЈалијскаJevrejska
JelenskaЈеленскаIvan-Begova
KalemegdanskaКалемегданскаKnez Mihailova (section from Kralja Petra to Kalemegdan)
KujundžinaКујунџинаVišnjićeva (section)
LominaЛоминаUzun Mirkova
MenzulskaМензулскаRajićeva
MitropolitskaМитрополитскаKneza Sime Markоvića
MladenovaМладеноваGospodar-Jovanova (section)
MolerovaМолероваGospodar-Jovanova (section)
PljakinaПљакинаSimina
PolicajnaПолицајнаVuka Karadžića (section)
Saraf-KostinaСараф-КостинаCara Lazara
Sava-KapijskaСава-капијскаPariska
Stambol-KapijskaСтамбол-капијскаVase Čarapića
Šarene MejaneШарене мејанеGračanička (lower section)
ŠkolskaШколскаGračanička (upper section)
Varoš-KapijskaВарош-капијскаČubrina
VojvodinaВојводинаKnez Mihailova (section from Kralja Petra to Terazije)
ZerečkaЗеречкаKralja Petra (section from Uzun Mirkova to Cara Dušana)
ŽivkovićevaЖивковићеваRige od Fere

After the dynastic change in 1858, streets were to be renamed. Prince Mihajlo Obrenović formed the commission in 1864. This was also the first municipal, Belgrade commission which named the streets. The commission worked for years. Prince was assassinated in 1868, and the commission's first decision was to name the Knez Mihailova Street after him. The work was finished in March 1872, when 60 streets were named. [1] Of those, 29 never changed their names. Record is held by the Svetogorska Street which changed its name 7 times, while Dečanska Street changed it 6 times. Only 6%, or 150, are named after women. New Communist authorities after 1945 changed names of 160 streets in the Belgrade's central area. After democratic change in 2000, 267 names from the Communist period were changed or restored to the original, pre-war names. In total, over 500 streets got new or changed names in 2004–08 period. [2]

From 30 named streets in 1848, number grew to 60 in 1872, 176 in 1882 and 213 in 1895. First permanent commission for naming of the streets was founded in 1888 as Odbor za naimenovanje ulica. They initially decided to change previous names as little as possible and the name them after the most deserving individuals, Serbian rivers, areas as mountains. Also, they decided to name streets close to the Belgrade Fortress after the rebels from the First Serbian Uprising, who participated in the liberation of Belgrade in 1806. [1]

Characteristics

The streets which never changed their names are: [2]

  • Delijska
  • Dobračina
  • Dositejeva
  • Prizrenska
  • Pop Lukina
  • Rajićeva
  • Srebrenička
  • Topličin Venac
  • Uzun Mirkova
  • Velike Stepenice
  • Višegradska
  • Vladetina

The longest street in the densely urbanized area of the city is the Bulevar kralja Aleksandra with 7.5 km (4.7 mi). The longest overall is the Obrenovac Road, with 11 km (6.8 mi). [3] With only 12 m (39 ft), the Lovačka Street in the outer neighborhood of Žarkovo is officially the shortest street. [4] In downtown, the two shortest streets are the Marka Leka and the Laze Pačua which are 45 m (148 ft) and 48 m (157 ft) long, respectively. They have no numbers as all the buildings located in them are numbered from the neighboring streets. [3]

As of 2017, the busiest street in Belgrade is Bulevar vojvode Mišića: 8,000 vehicles per hour in one direction during the morning rush hour. [5]

List

Major streets

ImageNameStarting locationNeighborhoods [6] [7] Notes
Balkanska ulica Beograd.jpg Balkanska 44°48′47″N20°27′37″E / 44.813193°N 20.460167°E / 44.813193; 20.460167 Terazije, Savamala, Zeleni Venac Formerly an artisan street, as a direct and closest connection from the Sava port and Belgrade's main railway and bus stations with downtown, for decades the first part of Belgrade travelers would see upon their arrival. [8] [9] Named after the Balkans.
Belehrad, Bulvar Despoty Stefana, brutalisticka stavba.jpg Bulevar Despota Stefana 44°49′00″N20°27′52″E / 44.816567°N 20.464426°E / 44.816567; 20.464426 Republic Square, Skadarlija, Stari Grad, Jevremovac, Palilula, Profesorska Kolonija, Viline Vode, Bogoslovija, Ada Huja, Stara Karaburma Important traffic route, connects downtown to Pančevo Bridge. Previously, for decades, named 29. novembra. Also known for the headquarters of the city police. Named after Despot Stefan Lazarević (1377–1427).
ParlamentBelgrad.jpg Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 44°48′37″N20°27′59″E / 44.810271°N 20.466436°E / 44.810271; 20.466436 Pioneers Park, Tašmajdan, Krunski Venac, Palilula, Vukov Spomenik, Zvezdara, Đeram, Lipov Lad, Lion, Cvetko, Učiteljsko Naselje, Zeleno Brdo, Mali Mokri Lug, Kaluđerica The longest street in the densely urbanized area of the city, with 7.5 km (4.7 mi). [3] A commercial street, known simply as the Bulevar. Renamed "Bulevar Crvene Armije" 1945–52 and "Bulevar Revolucije" 1952–97. [10] Named after King Alexander Obrenović (1876–1903).
Ulitsa Jurija Gagarina.jpg Jurija Gagarina 44°48′13″N20°25′33″E / 44.803720°N 20.425829°E / 44.803720; 20.425829 Savski Nasip, Belville, Delta City, Blokovi, Dr Ivan Ribar One of the most important traffic streets in New Belgrade, stretching connecting the central and western parts of the municipality. Named after Yuri Gagarin (1934–68).
Street Knez Mihailova.png Knez Mihailova 44°48′54″N20°27′35″E / 44.815129°N 20.459799°E / 44.815129; 20.459799 Terazije, Obilićev Venac, Kosančićev Venac, Kalemegdan Commercial hub of downtown Belgrade. For decades known as the korzo (main city promenade, after Via del Corso in Rome), full pedestrian zone since 1987. In 1979 protected by the law as the Spatial Cultural-Historical Unit of Great Importance. [11] Named after Prince Mihailo Obrenović (1823–68).
Knez Milos street Belgrade.JPG Kneza Miloša 44°48′36″N20°27′56″E / 44.810113°N 20.465587°E / 44.810113; 20.465587 Tašmajdan, Pioneers Park, Krunski Venac, Andrićev Venac, London, Savamala, Park Gavrilo Princip, West Vračar, Mostar One of the major traffic arteries of Belgrade, a main korzo in the 19th century when was called the "Topčider Road". Street with the largest number of embassies in the city. [12] [13] Named after Prince Miloš Obrenović (1780–1860).
Kralja Milana Street, Belgrade, Serbia.jpg Kralja Milana 44°48′39″N20°27′44″E / 44.810743°N 20.462237°E / 44.810743; 20.462237 Terazije, Pioneers Park, Andrićev Venac, London, Cvetni Trg, Manjež, Slavija Main street of Belgrade. Location of the Presidency of the Republic of Serbia and Belgrade City Hall, both of which are former royal courts: Novi Dvor and Stari Dvor. Named after King Milan Obrenović (1854–1901).
Belgrade Rail HQ.JPG Nemanjina 44°48′28″N20°27′25″E / 44.807812°N 20.456835°E / 44.807812; 20.456835 Savamala, Bara Venecija, Park Gavrilo Princip, Manjež, SlavijaSince the construction of the Belgrade Main railway station at the beginning of the street in 1884, one of the city's main traffic routes. Location of numerous state institutions: Government of the Republic of Serbia, numerous ministries, in 1999 damaged Building of the General Staff, Supreme Court, etc. In time, its name became a metonym for the Government of the Republic of Serbia. Named after Grand Župan Stefan Nemanja (1114–1200).
Skadarlija street, Belgrade, Serbia.jpg Skadarlija 44°49′00″N20°27′49″E / 44.816652°N 20.463570°E / 44.816652; 20.463570 Republic Square, Skadarlija, Stari GradVintage street and a pedestrian, bohemian quarter, Belgrade's version of Parisian Montmartre. After the Belgrade Fortress, the street paved with kaldrma and known for numerous old kafanas is the second most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade. [14] Named after the city of Skadar.
Stepa Stepanovic monument in Kumodraz.jpg Vojvode Stepe 44°47′14″N20°27′59″E / 44.787131°N 20.466317°E / 44.787131; 20.466317 Autokomanda, Voždovac, Trošarina, Stepa Stepanović, Torlak, Kumodraž Long, for traffic important street. Named after vojvoda Stepa Stepanović (1856–1929).

Major squares

ImageNameLocationStreets [6] [7] Notes
Autokomanda.JPG Autokomanda 44°47′15″N20°27′57″E / 44.787627°N 20.465861°E / 44.787627; 20.465861 Tabanovačka, Vojvode Stepe, Bulevar Oslobođenja, Dr Milutina Ivkovića, Ljutice BogdanaMajor traffic spot, extending into the large interchange on the Belgrade-Niš highway.
Ofk Belgrade stadion.OFK.jpg Bogoslovija 44°48′55″N20°29′30″E / 44.815162°N 20.491643°E / 44.815162; 20.491643 Mije Kovačevića, Dragoslava Srejovića, Severni BulevarImportant traffic hub, close to the Pančevo Bridge and terminus for many public transportation bus lines. Location of the Omladinski stadion, Military Medical Center and the University of Belgrade Faculty of Theology, hence the name (bogoslovija, seminary).
Quercus robur at Flower Square, Belgrade.jpg Cvetni Trg 44°48′20″N20°27′56″E / 44.805501°N 20.465450°E / 44.805501; 20.465450 Kralja Milana, Svetozara Markovića, NjegoševaIn time lost its traffic square function. Location of the first modern supermarket in the Balkans. [15] Contains a pedunculate oak, protected since 1980 and estimated to be over 200 years old. [16] [17]
Trg Nikole Pasica, Belgrade.jpg Nikola Pašić Square 44°48′46″N20°27′47″E / 44.812705°N 20.462972°E / 44.812705; 20.462972 Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra, Pioneers Park, Dečanska, Vlajkovićeva, Dragoslava Jovanovića, TerazijeIn Socialist period called Square of Marx and Engels. Location of the Dom Sindikata, a monument to Nikola Pašić, large fountain and the House of the National Assembly of Serbia.
Trg Republike.jpg Republic Square 44°48′58″N20°27′37″E / 44.816241°N 20.460338°E / 44.816241; 20.460338 Vasina, Francuska, Bulevar Despota Stefana, Kolarčeva, Makedonska, Dositejeva, Čika Ljubina, Knez MihailovaBefore the World War II known as the Theatre Square as it is the location of the National Theatre in Belgrade. Also a location of the National Museum of Serbia, Prince Mihailo Monument, fountains and "Staklenac" shopping mall. One section named Plateau of Dr. Zoran Đinđić.
Slavija-Beograd-trg Dimitrija Tucovica.jpg Slavija 44°48′28″N20°27′25″E / 44.807812°N 20.456835°E / 44.807812; 20.456835 Beogradska, Kralja Milana, Nemanjina, Deligradska, Bulevar Oslobođenja, Svetog Save, MakenzijevaOne of the major commercial junctions, previously known as the Square of Dimitrije Tucović. Location of Slavija hotels. Large fountain added in 2017.
Studentski trg Rektorat.jpg Studentski Trg 44°49′08″N20°27′27″E / 44.818976°N 20.457551°E / 44.818976; 20.457551 Braće Jugovića, Zmaja od Noćaja, Vasina, Vuka Karadžića, Uzun Mirkova, Višnjićeva, Academy Park Engulfs the Academy Park. Location of the numerous cultural and educational edifices
Terazijska cesma nocu.jpg Terazije 44°48′49″N20°27′39″E / 44.813506°N 20.460799°E / 44.813506; 20.460799 Kolarčeva, Knez Mihailova, Prizrenska, Nušićeva, Dragoslav Jovanovića, Kralja Milana, Nikola Pašić SquareCentral city square, designated center of the city. With numerous architectural changes it lost the square function and was elongated into the street. Location of the hotels Moskva, Balkan and Kasina, Terazije Theatre and the first skyscraper on the Balkans, the Palace Albanija from 1940.

Legend

Serbian LatinSerbian CyrillicEnglish
autoput [lower-alpha 1] аутопут [lower-alpha 1] motorway
bulevarбулеварboulevard
ćošakћошакcorner
deoдеоpart
drumдрумopen road
kejкејquay
magistralaмагистралаhighway
obalaобалаbank
novaноваnew street
pjacetaпјацетаmini square
platoплатоplateau
prilazприлазaccess path
prolazпролазpassage
putпутroad
redредrow
skverскверsmall square
sokačeсокачеshort alley
sokakсокакalley
stazaстазаpath
šetališteшеталиштеpromenade
trgтргsquare
ulicaулицаstreet
venacвенацcircular street

List of streets

Alphabetical list of streets in Belgrade: [6] [7] [18]

Contents
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A

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
Abebe BikileАбебе Бикиле Zemun Altina Ethiopian marathon runner Abebe Bikila (1932–73)
AberdarevaАбердарева Palilula Tašmajdan Politician and philosopher Milan Kujundžić Aberdar (1842–93)
Ace JoksimovićaАце Јоксимовића Čukarica Repište, Žarkovo, Cerak, Košutnjak ?
Ace SimićaАце СимићаČukarica Sunčani Breg Photo journalist Aleksandar Simić  [ sr ] (1898–1971)
Ada CiganlijaАда ЦиганлијаČukarica Ada Ciganlija Island of Ada Ciganlija
Ada Ciganlija-Kamp PartizanАда Циганлија-Камп ПартизанČukaricaAda CiganlijaFacilities of the Partizan Rowing Club
Ada HujaАда ХујаPalilula Rospi Ćuprija Ada Huja Peninsula (cf. Put za Ada Huju)
Ada Huja-OstrvoАда Хуја-ОстрвоPalilula Paradajz Island of Paradajz
Adama BogosavljevićaАдама Богосављевића New Belgrade Ledine National tribune and politician Adam Bogosavljević (1843–80)
Admirala GeprataАдмирала Гепрата Savski Venac Savamala French admiral Émile Paul Amable Guépratte (1856–1939)
Admirala VukovićaАдмирала Вуковића Voždovac VoždovacAdmiral Janko Vuković (1871–1918)
Adžine LivadeАџине ливаде Rakovica Kanarevo Brdo Local toponymy Adžine Livade
AerodromskaАеродромскаZemun Batajnica Batajnica Airport
AgaruškaАгарушкаRakovica Miljakovac III Agarum, local man-made storage object dug into the hill
Agate KristiАгате КристиPalilula Krnjača, Blok Sutjeska British crime and mystery author Agatha Christie (1890-1976)
Ahmeda AdemovićaАхмеда Адемовића Zvezdara Orlovsko Naselje Military trumpeter Ahmed Ademović (1873–1965)
AjzenštajnovaАјзенштајноваČukaricaŽarkovoRussian film director Sergei Eisenstein (1898–1948)
Akademika Mihaila MarkovićaАкадемика Михаила МарковићаZvezdara Zvezdara Philosopher Mihailo Marković (1923–2010)
AkademskaАкадемскаZemun Donji Grad Numerous educational objects in the vicinity
Akira KurosaveАкира КуросавеZemunAltinaJapanese film director Akira Kurosawa (1910–98)
Akrobate AleksićaАкробате АлексићаZemun Zemun Polje, Kamendin Acrobat and daredevil Dragoljub Aleksić  [ sr ] (1910–85); (cf. Dragoljuba Aleksića)
Alana TjuringaАлана ТјурингаRakovicaMiljakovački VinogradiMathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing (1912–54)
AlaskaАлacкаZemun Gornji Grad River fishermen (craft)
Albanske SpomeniceАлбанске споменицеPalilula Hadžipopovac Albanian Commemorative Medal, instituted in 1920
Albera KamijaАлбера KамијаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaFrench writer Albert Camus (1913–60)
Alberta AjnštajnaАлберта АјнштајнаPalilula Višnjica German-American scientist Albert Einstein (1879–1955)
Albrehta DireraАлбрехта ДирераNew BelgradeLedineGerman artist Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528)
Aleksandra BelićaАлександра БелићаZvezdara Mirijevo IV Linguist Aleksandar Belić (1876–1960)
Aleksandra BugarskogАлександра БугарскогZvezdara Mirijevo III Architect Aleksandar Bugarski (1835–91)
Aleksandra DerokaАлександра ДерокаZvezdara Zeleno Brdo Architect and artist Aleksandar Deroko (1894–1988); (cf. Braće Deroko)
Aleksandra DimeАлександра ДимеPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaFrench writer Alexandre Dumas (1802–70)
Aleksandra DubčekaАлександра ДубчекаZemunDonji Grad, Retenzija Slovak politician Alexander Dubček (1921–92)
Aleksandra ĐorđevićaАлександра ЂорђевићаČukaricaCerakTV and film director Aleksandar Đorđević  [ sr ] (1924-2005)
Aleksandra FlemingaАлександра ФлемингаZvezdara Ćalije British scientist Alexander Fleming (1881–1955)
Aleksandra GlišićaАлександра Глишића Savski Venac Savamala, Bara Venecija Army officer Aleksandar Glišić  [ sr ] (1873–1912)
Aleksandra NevskogАлександра НевскогRakovicaSunčani BregRussian prince Alexander Nevsky (1221–63)
Aleksandra PetrovićaАлександра ПетровићаZemunAltinaFilm director Aleksandar Petrović (1929–94)
Aleksandra PopovićaАлександра ПоповићаZemunAltinaDramatist Aleksandar Popović (1929–96)
Aleksandra SandićaАлександра СандићаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Zage MalivukPhilosopher and academic Aleksandar Sandić (1836-1908)
Aleksandra SolženjicinaАлександра СолжењицинаRakovica Resnik Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918–2008)
Aleksandra StambolijskogАлександра СтамболијскогSavski Venac Dedinje, Diplomatska Kolonija Bulgarian politician Aleksandar Stamboliyski (1879–1923)
Aleksandra SunturlićaАлександра СунтурлићаVoždovac Jajinci Developer of the scouting Aleksandar Sunturlić
Aleksandra TjanićaАлександра ТијанићаNew BelgradeBlock 30Journalist Aleksandar Tijanić (1949-2013)
Aleksandra Tirnanića TirketaАлександра Тирнанића ТиркетаSavski VenacDedinjeFootballer Aleksandar Tirnanić (1910–92)
Aleksandra TomaševićaАлександра ТомашевићаZvezdara Staro Mirijevo (Mirijevo I)Painter Aleksandar Tomašević (1921–68)
Aleksandra VelikogАлександра ВеликогPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Sava Kovačević Greek ruler and military leader Alexander the Great (356 BC-323 BC)
Aleksandra VojinovićaАлександра ВојиновићаRakovicaResnikCombatant, general and author Aleksandar Vojinović (1922–99)
Aleksandra VučaАлександра ВучаNew BelgradeLedineAuthor Aleksandar Vučo  [ sr ] (1897–1985)
AleksandrovačkaАлександровачкаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski Venac Town of Aleksandrovac
Alekse BačvanskogАлексе БачванскогSavski VenacDedinjeActor and director Aleksa Bačvanski (1832–81)
Alekse DundićaАлексе ДундићаNew Belgrade Bežanija Revolutionary Aleksa Dundić (1896–1920)
Alekse NenadovićaАлексе НенадовићаVračar Slavija, Englezovac, Krunski Venac Obor-knez Aleksa Nenadović (1749–1804)
Alekse ŠantićaАлексе Шантића Stari Grad Stari GradPoet Aleksa Šantić (1868–1924)
AleksinačkaАлексиначкаVoždovac Šumice Town of Aleksinac
Aleksinačkih RudaraАлексиначких рудараNew BelgradeBlock 1192 miners killed in the 1989 disaster at Aleksinački Rudnik
Alfreda NobelaАлфреда НобелаZemunZemun PoljeSwedish chemist and philanthropist Alfred Nobel (1833–96)
AlibunarskaАлибунарскаPaliulaDunavski VenacTown of Alibunar
Alimpija VasiljevićaАлимпија ВасиљевићаZemun Plavi Horizonti Philosopher and politician Alimpije Vasiljević  [ sr ] (1831–1911)
AljehinovaАљехиноваČukarica Cerak Vinogradi, Filmski Grad Russian-French chess player Alexander Alekhine (1892–1946)
Alojza ŠmausaАлојза ШмаусаRakovicaResnikSlavist Alois Schmaus  [ de ] (1901–70)
Alpskih RužaАлпских ружаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski Venac Alpine rose (flower)
AmadovaАмадоваZemunAltinaBrazilian writer Jorge Amado (1912–2001)
Amelije ErhartАмелије ЕрхартPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski VenacAviation pioneer Amelia Earhart (1897-1937)
Anastasa JovanovićaАнастаса ЈовановићаVračar Pašino Brdo Photographer Anastas Jovanović (1817–99)
Anastasije SpasićАнастасије СпасићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhilanthropist and humanitarian Anastasija Naka Spasić  [ sr ] (1864-1953)
Andre JovićaАндре ЈовићаRakovicaMiljakovac IIIPioneer of Olympism Andrija Jović (1877–1945)
Andre ĐorđevićaАндре ЂорђевићаPalilulaVišnjička BanjaJurist and politician Andra Đorđević  [ sr ] (1854-1914)
Andre NikolićaАндре НиколићаSavski Venac Senjak Politician Andra Nikolić (1853–1918)
Andre StevanovićaАндре СтевановићаZvezdara Padina Architect Andra Stevanović (1859–1929)
Andreја AndrejevićaАндреја АндрејевићаZvezdara Veliki Mokri Lug Art historian Andrej Andrejević  [ sr ] (1935–91)
Andreја MitrovićaАндреја МитровићаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski VenacHistorian Andrej Mitrović (1937-2013)
Andreја TarkovskogАндреја ТарковскогNew BelgradeLedineRussian film director Andrei Tarkovsky (1932–86)
Andreја VitrukaАндреја ВитрукаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaSoviet air force general Andrey Vitruk (1902–46)
Andreјe PregeraАндреје ПрегераPalilulaKrnjača, Kotež Pianist Andreja Preger (1912-2015)
Andrije HabušaАндрије ХабушаZemunZemun PoljeResistance member Andrija Habuš (1915–42)
AndrijevičkaАндријевичкаRakovicaResnikTown of Andrijevica, Montenegro
Andrićev VenacАндрићев венацStari Grad Andrićev Venac Writer Ivo Andrić (1892–1975)
Anđelije StančićАнђелије СтанчићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikTeacher, writer and volunteer Anđelija Stančić  [ sr ] (1865-1955)
Ane AhmatoveАне АхматовеČukaricaCerak VinogradiRussian poetess Anna Akhmatova (1889–1966)
Ane DobešАне ДобешVoždovacJajinciResistance member Ana Dobeš (1906–44)
Ane FrankАне ФранкPalilula Nova Karaburma Dutch Holocaust victim Anne Frank (1929–45)
Ane Glinskaje JakšićАне Глинскаје ЈакшићVoždovacJajinciNoblewoman Ana Jakšić (d.1553)
Anice Savić RebacАнице Савић РебацPalilula Višnjička Banja Writer and translator Anica Savić Rebac (1892–1953)
Anke MatićАнке МатићPalilulaKotežCombatant Anka Matić  [ sr ] (1918–44)
Anke MatićАнке МатићZemunZemun Poljedoubled name; see above
Anke ObrenovićАнке ОбреновићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikTranslator and royal house member Princess Anka Obrenović (1821–68)
Anke StojilovićАнке СтојиловићPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Zaga Malivuk Midwife and humanitarian Anka Stojilović (mid-19th century)
Anri MatisaАнри МатисаNew BelgradeLedineFrench painter Henri Matisse (1869–1954)
Ante AbramovićaАнте АбрамовићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPainter Ante Abramović  [ sr ] (1903–85)
Ante BogićevićaАнте БогићевићаZvezdaraZvezdaraRebel Anta Bogićević (1758–1813)
Ante ČolakaАнте ЧолакаČukaricaResnikRebel Antonije Simeonović "Čolak-Anta" (1777–1853) (cf. Čolak Antina)
Ante LambašeАнте ЛамбашеČukaricaŽarkovo, Rupčine Water sports pioneer Ante Lambaša (1918–93)
Antifašističke BorbeАнтифашистичке борбеNew Belgrade Ušće, Blocks 21–26 and 42–43, Savski Nasip Antifascist rebellion 1941–45
Antona AškercaАнтона АшкерцаČukarica Stari Cerak Slovene poet Anton Aškerc (1856–1912)
Antona ČehovaАнтона ЧеховаRakovica Kneževac Russian writer Anton Chekhov (1860–1904)
Antona KlemenčićaАнтона КлеменчићаZemunZemun PoljeSlovene Resistance member Anton Klemenčić (d.1941)
Antonija PantovićaАнтонија ПантовићаRakovicaResnikMayor Antonije Pantović
Antonije JavornikАнтоније ЈаворникZvezdaraVeliki Mokri LugNurse and combatant Antonija Javornik (1893-1974) (cf. Natalije Bjelajac)
ApatinskaАпатинскаZemun Sava Kovačević Town of Apatin
ApisovaАписоваZvezdaraZeleno BrdoArmy officer and conspirator Dragutin Dimitrijević Apis (1876–1917)
AradskaАрадскаZrenjanin Cvetko City of Arad, Romania
AranđelovačkaАранђеловачкаVoždovac Siva Stena Town of Aranđelovac
Arčibalda RajsaАрчибалда РајсаČukaricaŽarkovo, Košutnjak, Filmski GradSwiss criminologist Archibald Reiss (1875–1929)
Arhiepiskopa DanilaАрхиепископа ДанилаPalilulaTašmajdanArchbishop and writer Danilo II (1270–1337)
Arhimandrita Gerasima ZelićaАрхимандрита Герасима ЗелићаČukaricaŽarkovo, Košutnjak Archimandrite and writer Gerasim Zelić (1752–1828)
Arhitekte IlkićaАрхитекте ИлкићаRakovica Miljakovački Izvori Architect Jovan Ilkić  [ sr ] (1857–1917) (cf. Jovana Ilkića)
AriljačkaАриљачкаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoVillage of Ariljača
AriljskaАриљскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Arilje
AstanaАстанаSavski Venac Lisičji Potok City of Astana, Kazakhstan
AstronomskaАстрономскаZvezdara Zvezdara II Belgrade Observatory
Atanasija NikolićaАтанасија НиколићаZemunPlavi HorizontiEducator Atanasije Nikolić (1803–82)
Atanasija PuljeАтанасија ПуљеZemun Železnička Kolonija, Novi Grad Dentist Atanasije Puljo  [ sr ] (1878–1944)
AtikaАтикаVoždovacJajinci Attica Peninsula, Greece
AtinskaАтинскаSavski VenacDedinjeCity of Athens, Greece
AtlantskaАтлантскаČukaricaDunavski Venac Atlantic Ocean
Augusta CesarcaАугуста ЦесарцаSavski Venac Topčidersko Brdo, DedinjeCroatian Communist writer August Cesarec (1893–1941)
Augusta ŠenoeАугуста ШеноеPalilulaKotežCroatian writer August Šenoa (1838–81)
Autoput Beograd-OstružnicaАутопут Београд-ОстружницаČukarica Čukarička Padina, Žarkovo, ŽeleznikMotorway Belgrade-Ostružnica
Autoput za NišАутопут ѕа НишVoždovac, Zvezdara Konjarnik, Medaković III, Mali Mokri Lug, Veliki Mokri LugMotorway Belgrade-Niš (section of European route E75)
Autoput za Novi SadАутопут за Нови СадZemun Kolonija Zmaj, Novi Grad, Vojni Put, Altina, Bački Ilovik,
Gornji Grad, Mala Pruga, Galenika, Nova Galenika, Kamendin,
Zemun Polje, Batajnica
Motorway Belgrade-Novi Sad
Autoput za ZagrebАутопут за ЗагребNew Belgrade, Zemun Studentski Grad, Tošin Bunar, Bežanijska Kosa
Franjine Rudine, Kolonija Zmaj
Motorway Belgrade-Zagreb (section of European route E70)
AvalskaАвалскаČukarica Železnik, Stari Železnik Avala mountain
Avalskog VencaАвалског ВенцаVoždovacJajincisame as the above
Avde KarabegovićaАвде КарабеговићаVračarPašino BrdoPoet Avdo Karabegović (1878–1908)
AvijatičaraАвијатичараPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaAirmen (in general)
Avijatičarski PutАвијатичарски путNew BelgradeBlock 9-AFormer aircraft factory "Ikarbus" ("Airmen's Road")
Avrama LevićaАврама ЛевићаRakovicaSunčani BregEconomist Avram Lević (1869–1941)
Avrama PetronijevićaАврама ПетронијевићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugPolitician Avram Petronijević (1791–1852)
Avrama VinaveraАврама ВинавераPalilulaKrnjača, Partizanski Blok Doctor Avram Vinaver  [ sr ] (1862-1915)
AzanjskaАзањскаPaliulaDunavski VenacVillage of Azanja

C

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
CamblakovaЦамблаковаVoždovac Siva Stena Bulgarian writer Gregory Tsamblak (1365–1420)
CankarevaЦанкареваVoždovac Dušanovac Slovene author Ivan Cankar (1876–1918)
Cara DušanaЦара ДушанаStari Grad Kalemegdan, Dorćol, Skadarlija Emperor Dušan (1308–55)
Cara DušanaЦара ДушанаZemun Muhar, Gardoš, Ćukovac doubled name; see above
Cara Jovana CrnogЦара Јована ЦрногZvezdara Lion Military commander Jovan Nenad (1492–1527)
Cara LazaraЦара ЛазараStari Grad Kosančićev Venac Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović (1329–89)
Cara Nikolaja IIЦара Николаја IIVračar Čubura, Gradić Pejton, Kalenić, Crveni Krst Emperor Nicholas II of Russia (1868–1918); (cf. Cara Romanova)
Cara RadovanaЦара РадованаRakovicaSunčani BregWork Tsar Radovan's Treasure (1932) by Jovan Dučić
Cara RomanovaЦара РомановаRakovicaMiljakovac IIIEmperor Nicholas II of Russia (1868–1918); (cf. Cara Nikolaja II)
Cara UrošaЦара УрошаStari GradKalemegdan, Dorćol Emperor Uroš (1336–71)
Carice JeleneЦарице ЈеленеZemunBatajnica Empress Jelena (1310–76)
Carice MiliceЦарице МилицеStari Grad Zeleni Venac, Obilićev Venac, Varoš Kapija Princess Milica (1335–1405)
CarigradskaЦариградскаStari Grad Jevremovac, Stari GradCity of Tsarigrad, Turkey (modern Istanbul)
CavtatskaЦавтатскаVoždovac Marinkova Bara Town of Cavtat, Croatia
CeljskaЦељскаVračarČuburaTown of Celje, Slovenia
CerovaЦероваČukarica Cerak Vinogradi Turkey oak (tree)
CerskaЦерскаVračarČubura, Crveni Krst Cer mountain
CerskaЦерскаZemun Novi Grad doubled name; see above
CerskaЦерскаČukaricaStari Železniktripled name; see above
Cerski ProlazЦерски пролазVračarČuburaCerska Street ("Cerska passage")
Cerski VenacЦерски венацČukaricaCerak Vinogradi, Cerak II Neighborhood of Cerak
CetinjskaЦетињскаStari GradSkadarlija, Stari GradTown of Cetinje, Montenegro
CetinjskaЦетињскаZemunĆukovacdoubled name; see above
CetinjskaЦетињскаČukarica Novi Železnik tripled name; see above
Cice KaluševićЦице КалушевићVoždovacJajinciAthlete and basketball player Cmiljka Kalušević (1933–89)
Cincar JankovaЦинцар ЈанковаStari GradKalemegdan, DorćolRebel Cincar Janko Popović (1779–1833)
CocinaЦоцинаZvezdaraZvezdara II?
CrepajskaЦрепајскаPalilulaDunavski VenacVillage of Crepaja
CrikveničkaЦриквеничкаVoždovacMarinkova BaraTown of Crikvenica, Croatia
CrkvišteЦрквиштеPalilulaKrnjača, Ovčanski Sebeš?
CrnoborskaЦрноборскаVoždovac Kumodraž, Torlak ?
Crnog BoraЦрног бораPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski Venac Black pine trees (in general)
CrnogorskaЦрногорскаVoždovacSavamala Montenegro (state)
CrnogorskaЦрногорскаZemun Sava Kovačević doubled name; see above
CrnojevićaЦрнојевићаRakovicaKošutnjak, Rakovica Crnojević dynasty
CrnomorskaЦрноморскаNew BelgradeBežanijska Kosa Black Sea
CrnotravskaЦрнотравскаSavski Venac, VoždovacBanjicaVillage of Crna Trava
Crvena ZvezdaЦрвена звездаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugLocal football team
Crvenih DudovaЦрвених дудоваPalilulaRospi Ćuprija Red mulberry trees (in general)
Crvenih HrastovaЦрвених храстоваČukaricaCerak Vinogradi, Vidikovac Red oak trees (in general)
Crveno BarjačeЦрвено барјачеČukaricaBele VodeSocialist unrest Crveno barjače  [ sr ] (1876)
CvećarskaЦвећарскаČukaricaŽarkovo?
Cvetanova ĆuprijaЦветанова ћупријаZvezdaraMedaković III, Veliki Mokri Lug, Cvetanova Ćuprija ?
CvetnaЦветнаVoždovacKumodražFlowers (in general)
CvetnaЦветнаZemunZemundoubled name; see above
Cvijete ZuzorićЦвијете ЗузорићPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Branko MomirovRagusan poet and socialite Cvijeta Zuzorić (1552-1648)
CvijićevaЦвијићеваPalilula, Stari Grad Viline Vode, Profesorska Kolonija, Hadžipopovac, Stara PalilulaGeographer Jovan Cvijić (1865–1927)
CvijićevaЦвијићеваZemunŽeleznička Kolonijadoubled name; see above

Č

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
ČačanskaЧачанскаZvezdara Učiteljsko Naselje Town of Čačak
ČajetinskaЧајетинскаPalilulaRospi ĆuprijaMunicipality of Čajetina
ČajničkaЧајничкаRakovica Labudovo Brdo, Petlovo Brdo Town of Čajniče, Bosnia and Herzegovina
ČakorskaЧакорскаSavski VenacDedinje Čakor  [ sr ] mountain, Montenegro
ČamdžijinaЧамџијинаČukaricaBanovo Brdo?
ČardaklijinaЧардаклијинаZvezdaraUčiteljsko NaseljeDiplomat Petar Čardaklija (d.1808)
Čarlija ČaplinaЧарлија ЧаплинаPalilulaProfesorska Kolonija, Hadžipopovac, BogoslovijaEnglish actor Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977)
Čarobne FruleЧаробне фрулеZvezdaraMirijevo IIIMozart's opera The magic flute (1791)
Časlava VeljićaЧаслава ВељићаČukarica Rupčine Kayaker Časlav Veljić (1930–2008)
ČazmanskaЧазманскаVoždovacMarinkova BaraTown of Čazma, Croatia
Čavketov PasažЧавкетов пасажStari Grad Bezistan Rock drummer Goran Čavajda "Čavke" (1962–97)
Čede ZlatanovićaЧеде ЗлатановићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikŽeleznik municipal president Čeda Zlatanović (1927–2008)
Čede MijatovićaЧеде МијатовићаZvezdaraLionPolitician and diplomat Čedomilj Mijatović (1842–1932)
Čede MinderovićaЧеде МиндеровићаZvezdaraLionWriter Čedomir Minderović  [ sr ] (1912–66)
Čedomilja M. TodorovićaЧедомиља М. ТодоровићаVoždovac Mitrovo Brdo Historian Čedomilj M. Todorović (1875–????)
Čedomilja MitrovićaЧедомиља МитровићаZvezdaraPadinaLaw professor Čedomilj Mitrović (1870–1934)
Čedomira MirkovićaЧедомира МирковићаPalilulaKrnjača, KotežWriter Čedomir Mirković (1944-2005)
Čedomira PopovaЧедомира ПоповаČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineHistorian Čedomir Popov  [ sr ] (1936-2012)
Čedomira SimićaЧедомира СимићаPalilulaKrnjača, Partizanski BlokVeterinarian Čedomir Simić  [ sr ] (1896-1969)
ČegarskaЧегарскаZvezdara Bulbulder Battle of Čegar (1809)
ČelebićkaЧелебићкаRakovica Miljakovac Village of Čelebići, Bosnia and Herzegovina
ČelopečkaЧелопечкаZvezdara Vukov Spomenik Battle of Čelopek (1905)
ČemerničkaЧемерничкаVoždovacPašino Brdo Čemernica mountain
ČerniševskogЧернишевскогVračarČuburaRussian philosopher and socialist Nikolay Chernyshevsky (1828–89)
ČesmicaЧесмицаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri Lug?
Četvrtog Sremskog BataljonaЧетвртог сремског батаљонаZemunNovi GradFourth Syrmian Battalion (World War II)
ČeškaЧешкаNew BelgradeLedine Czech Republic (state)
ČetinarskaЧетинарскаPalilulaVišnjica Conifer trees (in general)
Čiča IlijinaЧича ИлијинаZvezdara Đeram Actor Čiča Ilija Stanojević
Čiče RomanijskogЧиче РоманијскогPalilula Stara Karaburma Combatant Slaviša Vajner Čiča  [ sr ] (1903–42)
ČičinaЧичинаRakovicaResnik, Avala Grad Commander Pavle Mladenović (d.1905)
Čika LjubinaЧика ЉубинаStari GradRepublic Square, Studentski TrgAuthor Ljubomir Nenadović (1826–95)
Čika Miše ĐurićaЧика Мише ЂурићаPalilulaĆalijeClassicist Miloš N. Đurić (1892–1967)
ČingrijinaЧингријинаZvezdaraZvezdaraPolitician Pero Čingrija (1837–1921)
Čkaljino SokačeЧкаљино сокачеSavski Venac West Vračar Actor Miodrag Petrović Čkalja (1924–2003); (cf. Miodraga Petrovića Čkalje)
Čolak AntinaЧолак АнтинаSavski VenacSenjakRebel Antonije Simeonović "Čolak-Anta" (1777–1853) (cf. Ante Čolaka)
ČubrinaЧубринаStari GradKosančićev VenacPoet Sima Milutinović Sarajlija (1791–1847)
ČuburskaЧубурскаVračarČubura, Gradić PejtonNeighborhood of Čubura
Čučuk StaninaЧучук СтанинаZvezdaraZvezdaraRebel Čučuk Stana (1795–1849)
ČukaričkaЧукаричкаČukaricaBanovo BrdoNeighborhood of Čukarica
ČumićevaЧумићеваStari GradTerazijePolitician Aćim Čumić (1836–1901); better known as Čumićevo Sokače
ČunarskaЧунарскаZemunGardoš, Zemunski Kej Boat making (craft)

Ć

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
ĆilibaraЋилибараPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Sava Kovačević Amber (gemstone)
ĆipikovaЋипиковаZvezdaraCvetkoWriter Ivo Ćipiko (1869–1923)
Ćirila i MetodijaЋирила и МетодијаZvezdaraVukov SpomenikChristian missionaries Saints Cyril (826–869) and Methodius (815–885)
Ćira DaskalovićaЋира ДаскаловићаRakovicaResnikMilitary officer Ćiro Daskalović (World War I)
ĆukovačkaЋуковачкаZemunĆukovacNeighborhood of Ćukovac
Ćukovački KutЋуковачки кутZemunĆukovacsame as the above ("Ćukovac corner")
Ćukovački RubЋуковачки рубZemunĆukovacsame as the above ("Ćukovac edge")
Ćupričin PotokЋупричин потокRakovicaKneževacLocality in the neighborhood
ĆuprijskaЋупријскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Ćuprija
ĆustendilskaЋустендилскаPalilula Ćalije Town of Kyustendil, Bulgaria (cf. Velbuška)
Ćurtovo BrdoЋуртово брдоZvezdaraStaro MirijevoĆurtovo Brdo, local hill

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
Džesija OvensaЏесија ОвенсаZemunAltina U.S. athlete Jesse Owens (1913–80)
Džona FrontinghamaЏона ФронтингхамаRakovicaSunčani BregU.S. lawyer and benefactor John Frothingham  [ sr ] (1879–1935)
Džona KenedijaЏона КенедијаZemun, New Belgrade Paviljoni, Retenzija, Tošin Bunar U.S. president John F. Kennedy (1917–63)
Džordža OrvelaЏорџа ОрвелаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaEnglish author George Orwell (1903–50)
Džordža VašingtonaЏорџа ВашингтонаStari GradPalilula, Kopitareva Gradina, Jevremovac, DorćolU.S. president George Washington (1732–99)
Džordža VašingtonaЏорџа ВашингтонаZemunZemundoubled name; see above

Đ

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
ĐačkaЂачкаVoždovacJajinciLocal elementary school ("Pupils'")
Đakona AvakumaЂакона АвакумаVoždovacDušanovac, Marinkova Bara Saint Deacon Avakum (1794–1814)
ĐakovačkaЂаковачкаZvezdaraĐeramTown of Đakovo, Croatia
ĐalinskaЂалинскаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski VenacVillage of Đala
Đanga RajnhartaЂанга РајнхартаZvezdaraOrlovsko NaseljeFrench jazz musician Django Reinhardt (1910–53)
Đene BranovačkogЂене БрановачкогČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhilanthropist Evgen Đena Branovački  [ sr ] (1841–82)
ĐenovićkaЂеновићкаZvezdaraPadinaVillage of Đenovići, Montenegro
ĐeravičkaЂеравичкаRakovicaKanarevo Brdo, Miljakovac Đeravica peak, Prokletije
ĐerdapskaЂердапскаVračarCrveni Krst, Pašino Brdo Đerdap Gorge
ĐevđelijskaЂевђелијскаZvezdaraĐeram, LionTown of Gevgelija, Macedonia
Đoka KovačevićaЂока КовачевићаZemunNovi Grad, Železnička Kolonija Spanish Civil War combatant Đoko Kovačević  [ sr ] (1912–38)
Đoka PavićevićaЂока ПавићевићаPalilulaKotežCombatant Đoko Pavićević (1872–1970)
Đoka VojvodićaЂока ВојводићаZvezdaraZvezdaraCombatant Đoko Vojvodić  [ sr ] (1914–42)
Đoke KrstićaЂоке КрстићаVoždovacPašino BrdoPainter Đorđe Krstić (1851–1907) (cf. Đorđa Krstića)
Đorđa Andrejevića-KunaЂорђа Андрејевића-КунаVoždovacBraće JerkovićPainter Đorđe Andrejević-Kun (1904–64)
Đorđa ČutukovićaЂорђа ЧутуковићаZemunNovi Grad, Železnička KolonijaPainter Đorđe Čutuković (1888–1976)
Đorđa IlićaЂорђа ИлићаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug?
Đorđa JovanovićaЂорђа ЈовановићаStari GradSkadarlijaSculptor Đorđe Jovanović (1861–1953)
Đorđa KodeЂорђа КодеČukaricaStari ŽeleznikMerchant and philanthropist Đorđe Koda  [ sr ] (1811–91)
Đorđa KratovcaЂорђа КратовцаVoždovacDušanovacSaint George of Kratovo (1497–1515)
Đorđa KrstićaЂорђа KрстићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugPainter Đorđe Krstić (1851–1907) (cf. Đoke Krstića)
Đorđa LobačevaЂорђа ЛобачеваZemunZemun PoljeIllustrator and commic strip artist Đorđe Lobačev (1909–2002)
Đorđa MihailovićaЂорђа МихаиловићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhysician Đorđe Mihailović  [ sr ] (1892-1974)
Đorđa MilovanovićaЂорђа МиловановићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikRebel Đorđe Milovanović  [ sr ] (1765–1817)
Đorđa NestorovićaЂорђа НесторовићаČukaricaNovi ŽeleznikPolitician and mayor Đorđe Nestorović  [ sr ] (1864-1935)
Đorđa NešićaЂорђа НешићаPalilula Karaburma Dunav Ophthalmologist Đorđe Nešić (1873–1959)
Đorđa OgnjanovićaЂорђа OгњановићаČukaricaSunčana PadinaInternist Đorđe Ognjanović (1898–1957)
Đorđa PantelićaЂорђа ПантелићаZemunKalvarijaDoctor and benefactor Đorđe Pantelić  [ sr ] (1802–59)
Đorđa PavlovićaЂорђа ПавловићаZvezdaraStaro Mirijevo?
Đorđa RadakaЂорђа РадакаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhilanthropist Đorđe Radak  [ sr ] (1823-1906)
Đorđa RadojlovićaЂорђа РадојловићаSavski VenacDedinjeBusinessman and benefactor Đorđe Radojlović (1861–1929)
Đorđa SimićaЂорђа СимићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPolitician and diplomat Đorđe Simić (1843-1921)
Đorđa StanojevićaЂорђа СтанојевићаNew Belgrade Belville, Delta City, Airport City Physicist Đorđe Stanojević  [ sr ] (1858–1921)
Đorđa StojkovićaЂорђа СтојковићаČukaricaStari Železnik?
Đorđa ŠagićaЂорђа ШагићаRakovicaPetlovo BrdoRevolutionary and diplomat Đorđe Šagić (1795–1873), "first Serb in the US"
Đorđa TasićaЂорђа ТасићаČukaricaŽarkovo, RepišteLegal theorist Đorđe Tasić  [ sr ] (1892–1943)
Đorđa VajfertaЂорђа ВајфертаVračarNeimarIndustrialist and benefactor Đorđe Vajfert (1850–1937)
Đuje i DragoljubaЂује и ДрагољубаRakovicaLabudovo Brdo, Petlovo BrdoCombatant siblings Đurđina (1924–44) and Dragoljub Aleksić (1925–44)
Đuke DinićЂуке ДинићZvezdaraĐeramResistance member Đurđelina Dinić  [ sr ] (1914–43)
Đurđa BalšićaЂурђа БалшићаZemunBatajnicaRuler of Zeta Đurađ I Balšić (d.1378)
Đurđa Boškovića-BateЂурђа Бошковића-БатеZemunBatajnicaResistance member Đurđe Bošković
ĐurđevdanskaЂурђевданскаVoždovacKumodraž Đurđevdan (Saint George's Day)
Đurđevke ČakarevićЂурђевке ЧакаревићVoždivacBanjicaOpera singer Đurđevka Čakarević  [ sr ]
Đure DaničićaЂуре ДаничићаStari GradJevremovac, Kopitareva GradinaLinguist Đuro Daničić (1825–82)
Đure GajićaЂуре ГајићаZemunZemun PoljeCombatant Đuro Gajić (d.1943)
Đure GaveleЂуре ГавелеČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineWriter Đuro Gavela  [ sr ] (1907–78)
Đure JakšićaЂуре ЈакшићаStari GradObilićev VenacPoet and painter Đura Jakšić (1832–78)
Đure KurepeЂуре КурепеZemunAltinaMathematician Đuro Kurepa (1907–93)
Đure MađerčičaЂуре МађерчићаVoždovacVoždovac, Trošarina Resistance member Đuro Mađerčić (1922–42)
Đurićev ProlazЂурићев пролазVoždovacPašino BrdoMihaila Đurića Street ("Đurić passage")
ĐurićevaЂурићеваZvezdaraBulbulder?
ĐušinaЂушинаPalilulaStara Palilula, JevremovacRebel Đuša Vulićević (1771–1805)
Đuzepea MancinijaЂузепеа МанцинијаZvezdaraLion, Slavujev PotokItalian nationalist and politician Giuseppe Mazzini (1805–72)

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
Eduarda MihelaЕдуарда МихелаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikCzech-born pathologist and military medic Eduard Mihel (1864-1915)
Edvarda GrigaЕдварда ГригаRakovicaResnik, Avala GradNorwegian composer Edvard Grieg (1843–1907)
Edvarda MunkaЕдварда МункаNew BelgradeLedineNorwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863–1944)
EgejskaЕгејскаNew BelgradeBežanijska Kosa Aegean Sea
Elija FincijaЕлија ФинцијаZemunKamendinTheater critic Eli Finci  [ sr ] (1911–80)
Elsi IgnisЕлси ИгнисRakovicaMiljakovac IIIScottish doctor and humanitarian Elsie Inglis (1864–1917)
ElvirinaЕлвиринаZvezdara Mirijevo III Donna Elvira, character from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni (1787)
Emanuila JankovićaЕмануила ЈанковићаVoždovac Autokomanda Writer and educator Emanuilo Janković (1758–92)
Emila ZatopekaЕмила ЗатопекаZemunAltinaCzech long-distance runner Emil Zátopek (1922–2000)
Emila ZoleЕмила ЗолеČukaricaStari CerakFrench writer Émile Zola (1840–1902)
Emilijana JosimovićaЕмилијана ЈосимовићаStari Grad Republic Square Architect Emilijan Josimović (1823–97)
Emilije JakšićЕмилије ЈакшићZemun Nova Galenika Resistance member Emilija Jakšić (1924–49)
Emira DraguljaЕмира ДрагуљаPalilula Lešće Painter Emir Dragulj  [ bs ] (1939-2002)
Endija VorholaЕндија ВорхолаČukarica Julino Brdo U.S. pop artist Andy Warhol (1928–87)
Enrika JosifaЕнрика ЈосифаPalilulaRospi ĆuprijaComposer Enriko Josif (1924-2003)
Enrika PaćijaЕнрика ПаћијаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikItalian sculptor Enrico Pazzi (1818–99)
Episkopa NikolajaЕпископа НиколајаZemunAltinaBishop and writer Nikolaj Velimirović (1881–1956)
Episkopa SergejaЕпископа СергејаZemunAltinaBishop of Belgrade (9th century)
Esad PašinaЕсад ПашинаVoždovacVoždovacAlbanian army officer and politician Esad Pasha Toptani (1863–1920)
Eufemije JovićЕуфемије ЈовићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhilanthropist Eufemija Jović  [ sr ] (1779-1861)
Eugena SavojskogЕугена СавојскогČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineAustrian military commander Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736)
Eugena VerberaЕугена ВербераVoždovacJajinciAuthor, translator and actor Eugen Verber  [ sr ] (1923–95)
Eve HaljeckeЕве ХаљецкеČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPolish-born gynecologist and activist Eva Haljecka Petković (1870-1947)
Evelin HaverfildЕвелин ХаверфилдVoždovacPašino BrdoScottish suffragette and humanitarian Evelina Haverfield (1867–1920)
Evgenija DumčeЕвгенија ДумчеČukaricaStari ŽeleznikMerchant and philanthropist Evgenije Dumča  [ sr ] (1838-1917)
EvropskaЕвропскаNew Belgrade Blokovi Europe (continent)

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
Fabrički Krug GalenikeФабрички круг ГаленикеZemunGalenikaPharmaceutical factory Galenika a.d.
FabrisovaФабрисоваSavski VenacMaleško BrdoJournalist Antun Fabris (1864–1904)
FarmaceutskaФармацеутскаVoždovacJajinciBelgrade University Faculty of Pharmacy
Fatime PejovićФатиме ПејовићPalilulaVišnjička BanjaResistance member Fatima Pejović (d.1941)
Feliksa KanicaФеликса КаницаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri LugGerman traveler Felix Kanitz (1829–1904)
FigarovaФигароваZvezdaraMirijevo IIIFigaro, character from Mozart's opera The Marriage of Figaro (1786)
Filipa HristićaФилипа ХристићаČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčinePolitician Filip Hristić (1819-1905)
Filipa KljajićaФилипа КљајићаZemunNovi GradCombatant Filip Kljajić (1913–43)
Filipa VišnjićaФилипа ВишњићаZemunGornji GradEpic poet and guslar Filip Višnjić (1767–1834) (cf. Višnjićeva)
FinžgarovaФинжгароваVoždovac Medaković II Slovene writer Franc Finžgar (1871–1962)
Fjodora Fjodoroviča ŠljugeФјодора Фјодоровича ШљугеRakovicaSunčani BregRussian Kosovo war volunteer Fyodor Fyodorovich Shlyuga (1963–99)
Flore SendsФлоре СендсSavski Venac Banjica, Lisičji PotokBritish army officer Flora Sandes (1876–1956)
FlorinaФлоринаVoždovacVoždovacsame as the above
FočanskaФочанскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Foča, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Frana LevstikaФрана ЛевстикаRakovicaMiljakovacSlovene writer Fran Levstik (1831–87)
Franca BevkaФранца БевкаPalilulaKotežSlovene writer France Bevk (1890–1970)
Franca JankeaФранца ЈанкеаZvezdaraMirijevo IISlovakian architect Franz Janke
Franca KafkeФранца КафкеPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaCzech writer Franz Kafka (1883-1924)
FrancuskaФранцускаStari GradDorćol, Republic Square, Stari Grad France (state)
Franje KluzaФрање КлузаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoPilot Franjo Kluz (1913–44)
Franje KrčaФрање КрчаZemunZemun PoljеResistance member Franjo Krč (1916–44)
Franje MihalićaФрање МихалићаVoždovac Banjica II, JajinciLong-distance runner Franjo Mihalić (1920–2015)
Frederika ŠopenaФредерика ШопенаVoždovac Selo Rakovica Polish composer Frédéric Chopin (1810–49)
FrontovskaФронтовскаČukaricaŽarkovo?
FruškogorskaФрушкогорскаSavski VenacKosančićev Venac Fruška Gora mountain
FruškogorskaФрушкогорскаZemunDonji Grad, Gardoš, Zemunski Kejdoubled name; see above

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
HablovaХабловаRakovica Kijevo U.S. astronomer Edwin Hubble (1889–1953)
Hadži-ĐerinaХаџи-ЂеринаVračarKrunski Venac, Vukov SpomenikPriest Gerasim Georgijević (d.1804)
Hadži-MilentijevaХаџи-МилентијеваVračar Karađorđev Park, Neimar Bishop Melentije Pavlović (1776–1833)
Hadži-MustafinaХаџи МустафинаZvezdaraBulbulder, Đeram Ottoman governor of Serbia Hadji Mustafa Pasha (1733–1801)
Hadži-Nikole ŽivkovićaХаџи Николе ЖивковићаSavski VenacSavamalaArchitect Nikola Živković (1792–1870)
Hadži-ProdanovaХаџи ПродановаVračarKrunski VenacRebel Prodan Gligorijević (1760–1825)
Hadži-RuvimovaХаџи РувимоваVračarKalenićPriest Ruvim Nenadović (1752–1804)
Haima DavičaХаима ДавичаPalilulaStara KaraburmaWriter Haim Davičo (1854–1916)
Hajduk StojkaХајдук-СтојкаVoćdovacJajinci, Kumodraž, TorlakLocal anti-Ottoman rebel Hajduk Stojko
Hajduk-VeljkovaХајдук-ВељковаRakovicaKneževac, Straževica Rebel Veljko Petrović (1780–1813)
Hajduk-Veljkov VenacХајдук-Вељков венацSavski VenacSavamalasame as the above
Hajduk-Veljkovo SokačeХајдук-Вељково сокачеRakovicaKneževacHajduk-Veljkova Street ("Hajduk-Veljkova alley")
Hajduk-StankovaХајдук-СтанковаZvezdaraUčiteljsko Naselje Hajduk Stanko Aleksić, literary character
Hanibala LucićaХанибала ЛуцићаVoždovacMedaković IICroatian poet Hanibal Lucić (1485–1553)
Harisa BrkićaХариса БркићаRakovicaKošutnjak, RakovicaBasketball player Haris Brkić (1974–2000)
Hasana KikićaХасана КикићаVoždovacSelo RakovicaPoet and combatant Hasan Kikić (1905–42)
HasanaginiceХасанагиницеRakovicaKanarevo Brdo Hasanaginica, folk literature character
HazarskaХазарскаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug Khazar people
HektorovićevaХекторовићеваZvezdaraLionCroatian writer Petar Hektorović (1487–1572)
HemingvejevaХемингвејеваZemunAltinaU.S. writer Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)
Hercega StjepanaХерцега СтјепанаStari GradStari GradBosnian magnate Stjepan Vukčić Kosača (1404–66)
HercegovačkaХерцеговачкаSavski VenacSavamalaRegion of Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
HercegovačkaХерцеговачкаZemunNovi Graddoubled name; see above
Heroja Gorana OstojićaХероја Горана ОстојићаZvezdaraMirijevo IIYugoslav wars combatant Goran Ostojić  [ sr ] (1962–98)
Heroja Milana TepićaХероја Милана ТепићаSavski VenacDedinje, Diplomatska KolonijaMilitary officer Milan Tepić (1957–91)
Heroja Nebojše ŽivančevićaХероја Небојше ЖиванчевићаZvedaraMirijevo IVYugoslav wars soldier Nebojša Živančević (d.1991)
Heroja Odbrane BeogradaХероја одбране БеоградаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaHistorical military defenders of Belgrade (in general)
HilandarskaХиландарскаStari GradKopitareva Gradina, Skadarlija Hilandar Monastery, Mount Athos, Greece
HomoljskaХомољскаPalilulaNova KaraburmaRegion of Homolje
Hoze MartiaХозе МартиаPalilulaKaraburma DunavCuban author José Martí (1853–95)
Hristifora ŽefarovićaХристифора ЖефаровићаNew BelgradeLedinePainter Hristofor Žefarović (1690–1753)
Hristine DobrovićХристине ДобровићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhilanthropist Hristina Dobrović  [ sr ] (1851-1910)
HrizantemaХризантемаVoždovacKumodraž Chrysanthemum (flower)
Hrizostoma VojinovićaХризостома ВојиновићаZvezdaraPadinaCleric Hrizostom Vojinović  [ sr ] (1911–89)
Huana Antonia SamaranaХуана Антониа СамаранаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaSpanish and Olympic sports administrator Juan Antonio Samaranch (1920-2010)
HumskaХумскаVoždovacAutokomanda, Dedinje, Topčidersko BrdoMedieval Region of Hum, today in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Humski PutХумски путRakovicaKneževacHumska, old name of the neighborhood ("Humska road")
Husinskih RudaraХусинских рудараPalilulaĆalije, Karaburma II, Karaburma Dunav Husino rebellion miners
HusovaХусоваVoždovacDušanovac, Marinkova BaraCzech church reformer Jan Hus (1369–1415)

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
IbarskaИбарскаVoždovacDušanovac, Pašino Brdo Ibar river
Ibarski PutИбарски путČukarica, RakovicaBele Vode, Rupčine, Cerak, Cerak Vinogradi,
Vidikovac, Labudovo Brdo, Petlovo Brdo
same as the above; better known as Ibarska magistrala (Ibar Highway)
Ibrahima BabovićaИбрахима БабовићаVoždovacDušanovacCommunist activist Ibrahim Babović  [ sr ] (1907–34)
IčkovaИчковаČukaricaBanovo BrdoDiplomat Petar Ičko (1755–1808)
Ide BranovačkiИде БрановачкиČukaricaŽarkovo, RepišteBenefactor Ida Branovački  [ sr ] (1853–82)
IdrijskaИдријскаZvezdara Zvezdara Forest Town of Idrija, Slovenia
IđoškaИђошкаPalilulaDunavski Venac, KrnjačaVillage of Iđoš
IgmanskaИгманскаZemunNovi Grad Igman mountain, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ignjata JobaИгњата ЈобаVoždovac Braće Jerković III, Medaković, Padina, Siva StenaPainter Ignjat Job (1895–1936)
Ignjata StanimirovićaИгњата СтанимировићаZvezdaraPadinaEducator Ignjat Stanimirović  [ sr ] (1812–78)
Igora VasiljevaИгора ВасиљеваPalilula Blok Braća Marić, KrnjačaPainter Igor Vasiljev  [ sr ] (1928–54)
Ikarbus Nova (2–4)Икарбус НоваZemunGrmeč Ikarbus factory; 3 streets named Ikarbus 2. Nova, 3. Nova and 4. Nova
IličićevaИличићеваSavski VenacTopčidersko Brdo, Dedinje?
Ilije BosiljaИлије БосиљаNew BelgradeLedinePainter Ilija Bašičević (1895–1972)
Ilije ČalićaИлије ЧалићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikCombatant Ilija Čalić (1922–43)
Ilije ĐuričićaИлије ЂуричићаČukaricaŽarkovoVeterinarian Ilija Đuričić (1898–1965)
Ilije GarašaninaИлије ГарашанинаPalilulaStara Palilula, TašmajdanPolitician Ilija Garašanin (1812–74)
Ilije GojkovićaИлије ГојковићаRakovicaMiljakovac IIIGeneral Ilija Gojković (1854–1917)
Ilije GutešeИлије ГутешеZvezdaraMali Mokri LugMerchant and benefactor Ilija Guteša  [ sr ] (1825–94)
Ilije KolarevićaИлије КоларевићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugSculptor Ilija Kolarević (1894–1968)
Ilije KolovićaИлије КоловићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikSurgeon Ilija Kolović (1852–1915)
Ilije PavlovićaИлије ПавловићаZvezdaraMirijevo IVKosovo war soldier Ilija Pavlović (1979–98)
Ilije PetrovićaИлије ПетровићаVoždovacJajinciTranslator and lexicographer Ilija M. Petrović  [ sr ] (1895–1942)
Ilije PraizovićaИлије ПраизовићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikSoldier Ilija T. Praizović (1877–1949)
Ilije RadojevićaИлије РадојевићаRakovicaResnikWorld War II combatant Ilija Radojević (1922–80)
Ilije RogulićaИлије РогулићаZemunNova GalenikaResistance member Ilija Rogulić (1911–43)
Ilije StojadinovićaИлије СтојадиновићаČukaricaFilmski Grad?
Ilije StojanovićaИлије СтојановићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikWar victim Ilija Stojanović (1925–44)
IlindenskaИлинденскаZvezdaraZeleno Brdo Ilinden Uprising (1903)
IlirskaИлирскаPalilulaProfesorska Kolonija Illyrian movement (19th century)
ImotskaИмотскаVoždovacTrošarinaTown of Imotski, Croatia
Indire GandiИндире ГандиVoždovacBraće Jerković IIIIndian politician Indira Gandhi (1917–84)
InđijskaИнђијскаNew BelgradeLedineTown of Inđija
Institut za MehanizacijuИнститут за механизацијуZemunZemun PoljeInstitute for Mechanization
Institut za StočarstvoИнститут за сточарствоZemunZemun PoljeInstitute for Husbandry
Internacionalnih BrigadaИнтернационалних бригадаVračarČubura, Karađorđev Park, Neimar International Brigades (Spanish Civil War)
Inženjera AtanackovićaИнжењера АтанацковићаZemunĆukovac, MuharArchitect Kosta Atanacković-Stanišić
Inženjera KapusaИнжењера КапусаZemunJelovac, KalvarijaArchitect Dragutin Kapus
IriškaИришкаZemunBatajnicaTown of Irig
Irske Desete DivizijeИрске десете дивизијеVoždovacMitrovo BrdoWorld War I 10th (Irish) Division
Isaka NjutnaИсака ЊутнаPalilulaVišnjicaEnglish scientist Isaac Newton (1642–1727)
Isaka SingeraИсака СингераNew BelgradeLedineJewish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer (1902–91)
Isidora BajićaИсидора БајићаVoždovacSelo RakovicaComposer Isidor Bajić (1878–1915)
Isidora DobrovićaИсидора ДобровићаČukarica Makiš Merchant and entrepreneur Isidor Dobrović  [ sr ] (1841–1914)
Isidora StojanovićaИсидора СтојановићаZemunPlavi HorizontiEducator Isidor Stojanović (1809–49)
Isidore SekulićИсидоре СекулићVoždovacVoždovacWriter Isidora Sekulić (1877–1958)
Islama GrčkogИслама ГрчкогZemunBatajnicaVillage of Islam Grčki, Croatia
Ismeta MujezinovićaИсмета МујезиновићаNew BelgradeBežanijska KosaBosnian painter Ismet Mujezinović  [ sr ] (1907–84)
IstarskaИстарскаSavski VenacSenjakPeninsula of Istria, Croatia
IstinićkaИстинићкаPalilulaDunavski VenacVillage of Isniq
Istočno SelišteИсточно селиштеZvezdaraMali Mokri LugDescriptive (eastern part of the village)
Ištvana LakijaИштвана ЛакијаČukaricaBele Vode?
ItalijanskaИталијанскаNew BelgradeLedine Italy (state)
Italijanskih PartizanaИталијанских партизанаVoždovacVoždovacWorld War II Italian partisans
Iva SenkovićaИва СенковићаRakovicaResnik Uskok Ivo Senjanin (d.1612) (cf. Senjanina Ive)
Ivan BegovaИван беговаStari GradKosančićev VenacLord of Zeta Ivan Crnojević (d.1490)
Ivana AksakovaИвана АксаковаRupčineŽarkovo, RupčineRussian writer and Pan-Slavist Ivan Aksakov (1823–86)
Ivana AntićaИвана АнтићаZvezdaraOrlovsko NaseljeArchitect Ivan Antić (1923–2005)
Ivana BožićaИвана БожићаZvezdaraPadinaHistorian Ivan Božić (1915–77)
Ivana Delnegra EnglezaИвана Делнегра ЕнглезаZemunBatajnicaCombatant Ivan Delnegro (1919–43)
Ivana ĐajeИвана ЂајеVračarČubura, KalenićBiologist Ivan Đaja (1884–1957)
Ivana Gorana KovačićaИвана Горана КовачићаČukaricaNovi ŽeleznikCroatian poet Ivan Goran Kovačić (1913–43)
Ivana GradnikaИвана ГрадникаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoSlovene rebel Ivan Miklavčič  [ sl ] (1680–1714)
Ivana GubijanaИвана ГубијанаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski VenacHammer thrower Ivan Gubijan (1923-2009)
Ivana KapistranaИвана КапистранаZvezdaraCvetko, ZvezdaraItalian priest and military leader John of Capistrano (1386–1456)
Ivana Markovića IrcaИвана Марковића ИрцаNew BelgradeStaro SajmišteCombatant Ivan Marković Irac  [ sr ] (1909–42)
Ivana MičurinaИвана МичуринаRakovicaKanarevo Brdo, Miljakovac, Miljakovac II Russian biologist Ivan Vladimirovich Michurin (1855–1935)
Ivana RadovićaИвана РадовићаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoPainter Ivan Radović (1894–1973)
Ivana SarićaИвана СарићаZvezdaraMirijevo IVAviation pioneer Ivan Sarić (1876–1966)
Ivana SenkovićaИвана СенковићаZemunBatajnica?
Ivana V. LalićaИвана В. ЛалићаZvezdaraZvezdara IIPoet Ivan V. Lalić (1931–96)
Ivanke MuačevićИванке МуачевићVoždovacJajinciResistance member Ivanka Muačević-Nikoliš  [ sr ] (1911–42)
IvankovačkaИванковачкаPalilulaStara Palilula Battle of Ivankovac (1805)
Ive MarinkovićaИве МаринковићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugCombatant Jovan Marinković Ivo  [ sr ] (1913–44)
Ive VojnovićaИве ВојновићаSavski VenacTopčider, DedinjeWriter Ivo Vojnović (1857–1929)
Ivice DevčićaИвице ДевчићаČukaricaBanovo BrdoCombatant Ivica Devčić (1920–43)
IvićevaИвићеваZemunKalvarija, Donji Grad, ĆukovacMayor of Zemun Mato Ivić (1830–86)
IzbičkaИзбичкаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoVillage of Izbica, Srbica  [ sr ]
IzletničkaИзлетничкаVoždovacKumodražDescriptive (excursion place)
Izletnički PutИзлетнички путNew BelgradeFranjine Rudine, Tošin BunarSame as the above
IzviđačkaИзвиђачкаVoždovacSelo Rakovica?
IzvoracИзворацČukaricaStari Železnik?
IzvorskaИзворскаČukaricaBanovo Brdo, Golf NaseljeFormer local water spring

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
LabinskaЛабинскаRakovicaResnikTown of Labin, Croatia
LabskaЛабскаSavski VenacMaleško Brdo Lab river
Labuda ŠćekovićaЛабуда ШћековићаRakovicaResnikWorld War II combatant Labud Šćeković
LackovićevaЛацковићеваSavski VenacDedinje?
Ladne VodeЛадне водеZvedaraStaro Mirijevo?
Ladno BrdoЛадно брдоZvezdaraVeliki Mokri Lug?
LađarskaЛађарскаNew BelgradeLedineBoat making (craft)
LagumskaЛагумскаZemunDonji Grad, Gardoš Lagums (underground corridors)
LamartinovaЛамартиноваVračarKarađorđev Park, NeimarFrench poet Alphonse de Lamartine (1790–1869)
LapisaЛаписаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Sava Kovačević Lapis lazuli (gemstone)
Lazara AvramovićaЛазара АврамовићаVoždovacMarinkova Bara, Siva Stena?
Lazara DimitrijevićaЛазара ДимитријевићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhysician Lazar Dimitrijević  [ sr ] (1858–99)
Lazara HilandarcaЛазара ХиландарцаVoždovacSelo RakovicaMonk and inventor Lazar the Serb (14th–15th century)
Lazara KomarčićaЛазара КомарчићаČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineScience fiction pioneer Lazar Komarčić (1839-1909)
Lazara KujundžićaЛазара КујунџићаČukaricaČukaricaCombatant Lazar Kujundžić (1880–1905)
Lazara MamuzićaЛазара МамузићаZemunNova GalenikaResistance member Lazar Mamuzić (1913–41)
Lazara PetrovićaЛазара ПетровићаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri LugGeneral Lazar Petrović (1855–1903)
Lazara SavatićaЛазара СаватићаZemunJelovac, KalvarijaCombatant Lazar Savatić  [ sr ] (1914–50)
Lazara SočiceЛазара СочицеSavski VenacMaleško BrdoRebel Lazar Sočica (1838–1910)
Lazara TrifunovićaЛазара ТрифуновићаZvezdaraMirijevo IIIArt critic and historian Lazar Trifunović (1929–83)
Lazara VozarevićaЛазара ВозаревићаVoždovacSelo RakovicaPainter Lazar Vozarević  [ sr ] (1925–68)
Lazara VujaklijeЛазара ВујаклијеRakovicaResnikPainter Lazar Vujaklija (1914–95)
LazarevačkaЛазаревачкаSavski VenacSenjakTown of Lazarevac
Lazarevački DrumЛазаревачки друмČukaricaČukarica, Čukarička Padina, Julino Brdo, Sunčana Padinasame as the above ("Lazarevac road")
Lazarevački Drum II RedЛазаревачки друм II редČukaricaČukarica, Čukarička Padina, Julino BrdoLazarevački Drum Street (2nd row)
LazarevićevaЛазаревићеваVračarKrunski VenacKosta Lazarević, local landowner and taverner
Laze DokićaЛазе ДокићаZvezdaraSlavujev Venac, Vukov SpomenikPhysician and politician Lazar Dokić (1845–93)
Laze Jovanovića-PorcijaЛазе Јовановића-ПорцијаZemunGornji GradOpera singer Lazar Jovanović Porcija  [ sr ] (1911–62)
Laze KostićaЛазе КостићаZvezdaraBulbulder, Zvezdara IIWriter and jurist Laza Kostić (1841–1910) (cf. Lazina)
Laze LazarevićaЛазе ЛазаревићаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaPsychiatrist and writer Laza Lazarević (1851–91)
Laze PačuaЛазе ПачуаStari GradRepublic SquarePolitician Lazar Paču (1855–1915)
Laze SimićaЛазе СимићаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski Venac?
Laze StefanovićaЛазе СтефановићаPalilulaĆalijeCommunist activist Laza Stefanović  [ sr ] (1885–1950)
Laze TelečkogЛазе ТелечкогČukaricaStari ŽeleznikActor and director Laza Telečki  [ sr ] (1841–73)
LazinaЛазинаVoždovacSelo RakovicaWriter and jurist Laza Kostić (1841–1910) (cf. Laze Kostića)
Ledi PedžetЛеди ПеџетSavski VenacDedinjeBritish humanitarian Louise Paget (1881–1958)
LedinačkaЛединачкаZvezdaraZvezdara IIVillage of Ledinci
Leke KapetanaЛеке КапетанаRakovicaResnikMedieval folk hero Leka Kapetan
Lekse SaičićaЛексе СаинчићаRakovicaMiljakovački VinogradiMilitary officer and swordsman Aleksandar Lekso Saičić (1873–1911)
Lenke MarinkovićЛенке МаринковићRakovicaKneževacActress, fashion designer and benefactor Jelena Lenka Marinković (1841–1902)
LenkinaЛенкинаVoždovacSelo RakovicaSocialite and muse of Laza Kostić, Jelena Lenka Dunđerski  [ sr ] (1870–95)
Leona KoenaЛеона КоенаVoždovacJajinciPainter Leon Koen (1859–1934)
Leonarda da VinčijaЛеонарда да ВинчијаPalilulaVišnjicaItalian polymath Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519)
Lepe StamenkovićЛепе СтаменковићPalilulaVišnjička BanjaResistance member Leposava Stamenković  [ sr ] (1915–43)
LepeničkaЛепеничкаVoždovacVoždovac Lepenica river
Lepenskog ViraЛепенског ВираZvezdaraVeliki Mokri Lug Mesolithic locality Lepenski Vir
Leposave MihailovićЛепосаве МихаиловићČukaricaŽarkovo, Bele VodeResistance member Leposava Mihailović  [ sr ] (1912–43)
Leposave MiljkovićЛепосаве МиљковићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPhysician Leposava Miljković Vitanović  [ sr ] (1882–1960)
Leposave VujoševićЛепосаве ВујошевићČukaricaŽarkovo, Bele Vode?
LesnovskaЛесновскаPalilulaStara Karaburma Lesnovo monastery, Macedonia
LeskovačkaЛесковачкаVoždovacAutokomandaTown of Leskovac
LešačkaЛешачкаZemunZemun PoljeTown of Lešak
LetićevaЛетићеваRakovicaKijevoWorld War II resistance supporters, spouses Jelena and Vladimir Letić
LetnjaЛетњаVoždovacKumodražSummer (season)
LevskogaЛевскогаPalilulaStara KaraburmaBulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski (1837–73)
LičinskaЛичинскаRakovicaResnik, Avala GradLocal toponymy Ličina
LičkaЛичкаSavski VenacSavamala Lika region, Croatia
LičkaЛичкаZemun Sutjeska doubled name; see above
Ličkih brigadaЛичких бригадаRakovicaKijevo, ResnikWorld War II Lika Brigades  [ sr ]
LijačkaЛијачкаVoždovacDušanovac?
LiksuriЛиксуриVoždovacJajinciTown of Lixouri, Greece
LimskaЛимскаVoždovacVoždovac Lim river
LindenmajerovaЛиндемајероваRakovicaSunčani BregMilitary medic Emerih Lindenmajer  [ sr ] (1806–84)
LipaЛипаČukaricaCerak Vinogradi Linden trees
LipakЛипакVoždovacSelo RakovicaLocality in the neighborhood
LiparЛипарČukaricaStari Cerak?
LipetskaЛипетскаPalilulaNova KaraburmaCity of Lipetsk, Russia
LipovačkaЛиповачкаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri Lug?
LipovačkaЛиповачкаČukaricaStari Železnikdoubled name; see above (?)
ListopadnaЛистопаднаVoždovacKumodraž Deciduous trees
LivačkaЛивачкаNew BelgradeLedineSmelting (craft)
LivadskaЛивадскаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri Lug?
LivanjskaЛивањскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Lojze DolinaraЛојзе ДолинараVoždovacSelo RakovicaSlovene sculptor Lojze Dolinar (1893–1970)
LokrumskaЛокрумскаZvezdaraZvezdara IIIsland of Lokrum, Croatia
Lole RibaraЛоле РибараČukaricaŽeleznikCombatant Ivo Lola Ribar (1916–43)
LominaЛоминаSavski VenacSavamala, Zeleni VenacRebel Arsenije Loma (1778–1815)
LončarskaЛончарскаNew BelgradeLedinePot making (craft)
LošinjskaЛошињскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoIsland of Lošinj, Croatia
Lošinjska DonjaЛошињска доњаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoLošinjska Street (Lower Lošinjska)
Lošinjska 2. PrilazЛошињска 2. прилазZvezdaraZeleno BrdoLošinjska Street (Lošinjska 2. Access)
LovačkaЛовачкаČukaricaŽarkovo?
LovačkaЛовачкаPalilulaVišnjicadoubled name; see above (?)
LovranskaЛовранскаZvezdaraZvezdara ForestTown of Lovran, Croatia
LozničkaЛозничкаVračarVračarTown of Loznica
LučanskaЛучанскаPalilulaRospi ĆuprijaMunicipality of Lučani
LugomirskaЛугомирскаVoždovacSelo Rakovica Lugomir river
LugovačkaЛуговачкаRakovicaResnikLocal toponymy Lugovi
Luja AdamičaЛуја АдамичаNew BelgradePaviljoniSlovene author Louis Adamic (1898–1951)
Luke SpasojevićaЛуке СпасојевићаČukaricaNovi ŽeleznikCombatant Luka Spasojević  [ sr ] (1916–43)
Luke VojvodićaЛуке ВојводићаRakovicaSkojevsko NaseljeVeteran soldier Luka Vojvodić (1898–2001)
Luke VukalovićaЛуке ВукаловићаZvezdaraVukov SpomenikRebel Luka Vukalović  [ sr ] (1823–73)
Lukijana MušickogЛукијана МушицкогZvezdaraZvezdara ForestCleric and author Lukijan Mušicki (1777–1837)
Luneta MilovanovićaЛунета МиловановићаZvezdara Rudo, Učiteljsko NaseljeCombatant Miodrag Milovanović  [ sr ] (1921–44)
LuštičkaЛуштичкаZvezdaraPadina Luštica peninsula, Montenegro

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
LjermontovaЉермонтоваVoždovac Dušanovac, Konjarnik I Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov (1814–41)
LješkaЉешкаČukaricaBanovo Brdo, ČukaricaTown of Lezhë, Albania
LjevoškaЉевошкаPalilulaDunavski VenacVillage of Ljevoša  [ sr ]
Ljiljane KontićЉиљане КонтићRakovicaAvala Grad, ResnikActress Ljiljana Kontić  [ sr ] (1931-2005)
Ljiljane KrstićЉиљане КрстићZemunAltinaActress Ljiljana Krstić (1919–2001)
Ljiljane ŽikićЉиљане ЖикићRakovicaMiljakovac IIIKosovo war combatant Ljiljana Žikić Karađorđević  [ sr ] (1957–98)
Ljube ČupeЉубе ЧупеVoždovacDušanovacSoldier Ljubomir S. Jovanović "Ljuba Čupa" (1877–1913)
Ljube DanilovićaЉубе ДаниловићаZvezdaraStaro MirijevoLocal bonesetter Ljuba Danilović
Ljube DavidovićaЉубе ДавидовићаZvezdaraCvetko, Denkova Bašta, Učiteljsko NaseljePolitician Ljubomir Davidović (1863–1940)
Ljube DidićaЉубе ДидићаPalilulaHadžipopovacRebel Ljuba Didić  [ sr ] (1849–83)
Ljube JovanovićaЉубе ЈовановићаSavski VenacSenjakPolitician Ljubomir Jovanović (1865–1928)
Ljube KovačevićaЉубе КовачевићаVoždovacDušanovacHistorian Ljubomir Kovačević (1848–1918)
Ljube NedićaЉубе НедићаVoždovacDušanovacWriter and critic Ljubomir Nedić (1858–1902)
Ljube ŠerceraЉубе ШерцераVoždovacVoždovacCombatant Ljubomir Ljubo Šercer  [ sr ] (1915–41)
Ljube TadićaЉубе ТадићаZvezdaraStaro MirijevoActor Ljuba Tadić (1929-2005)
Ljube VučkovićaЉубе ВучковићаVoždovacVoždovacArmy officer Ljubo Vučković  [ sr ] (1915–76)
Ljubice ČakarevićЉубице ЧакаревићZvezdaraMali Mokri LugTeacher and World War I combatant Ljubica Čakarević (1894–1980)
Ljubice Di SornoЉубице Ди СорноVoždovacBanjicasame as the above ( née Čakarević)
Ljubice ĐođrevićЉубице ЂорђевићPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski VenacLibrarian Ljubica Đorđević  [ sr ] (1922–99)
Ljubice Ivošević-DimitrovЉубице Ивошевић-ДимитровČukaricaStari Cerak, Cerak VinogradiSocialist activist Ljubica Ivošević Dimitrov (1884–1933)
Ljubice JankovićЉубице ЈанковићVoždovacJajinciEthnomusicologist Ljubica Janković  [ sr ] (1894-1974) (cf. Sestara Janković)
Ljubice LukovićЉубице ЛуковићZvezdaraZvezdara IINurse and activist Ljubica Luković (1858–1915)
Ljubice RavasiЉубице РавасиČukaricaMakišActress Ljubica Ravasi  [ sr ] (1916–95)
LjubičicаЉубичицаVoždovacKumodraž Violet (flower)
Ljubinke BobićЉубинке БобићNew BelgradeBežanija, Bežanijska KosaActress Ljubinka Bobić (1897–1978)
Ljubiše Baje BačićaЉубише Баје БачићаRakovicaResnikActor Ljubiša Bačić  [ sr ] (1922–99)
Ljubiše GlišićaЉубише ГлишићаČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineBiologist Ljubiša Glišić (1888-1987)
Ljubiše JelenkovićaЉубише ЈеленковићаRakovicaResnik?
Ljubiše JovanovićaЉубише ЈовановићаČukaricaČukaricaActor Ljubiša Jovanović  [ sr ] (1908–71)
Ljubomira ĐokovićaЉубoмира ЂоковићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikDentist Ljubomir Đoković  [ sr ] (1897-1985)
Ljubomira IvanovićaЉубoмира ИвановићаPalilulaKotežPainter Ljubomir Ivanović (1882–1945)
Ljubomira Ivkovića-ŠuceЉубoмира Ивковића-ШуцеRakovicaKneževacCombatant and politician Ljubomir Ivković Šuca  [ sr ] (1910–83)
Ljubomira JovanovićaЉубoмира ЈовановићаPalilulaVišnjička BanjaHistorian and politician Ljubomir Jovanović (1865-1928)
Ljubomira StojanovićaЉубoмира СтојановићаPalilulaProfesorska KolonijaPolitician and philologist Ljubomir Stojanović (1860–1930)
Ljubomira VukadinovićaЉубoмира ВукадиновићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugSports reporter Ljubomir Vukadinović  [ sr ] (1912–73)
Ljubomira Živkovića-ŠpancaЉубoмира Живковића-ШпанцаZemunZemun PoljeCombatant Ljubomir Živković Španac  [ sr ] (1918–42)
LjubostinjskaЉубoстињскаVračarVračar Ljubostinja Monastery
LjubotenskaЉубoтенскаZemunZemun Polje Ljuboten Peak, Šar Mountains
LjubovijskaЉубoвијскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Ljubovija
Ljudevita PosavskogЉудевита ПосавскогVoždovacPašino BrdoCroatian duke Ljudevit Posavski (d.823)
Ljudevita ŠturaЉудевита ШтураPalilulaKrnjača, Ovčanski SebešSlovak cultural leader Ľudovít Štúr (1815–56)
Ljutice BogdanaЉутице БогданаSavski VenacAutokomanda, Dedinje, Stadion Medieval folk hero Ljutica Bogdan

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StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
NabokovljevaНабоковљеваZvezdaraMali Mokri LugRussian novelist Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)
Nade DimićНаде ДимићZemunGornji Grad, GardošResistance member Nada Dimić (1923–42)
Nade NaumovićНаде НаумовићVoždovacSiva Stena, Braće JerkovićResistance member Nada Naumović (1922–41)
Nade PurićНаде ПурићZvezdaraStaro MirijevoResistance member Nada Purić  [ sr ] (1903–41)
Nade Purić 1. prilazНаде Пурић 1. прилазZvezdaraStaro MirijevoNade Purić Street (Nade Purić 1. Access)
Nadežde PetrovićНадежде ПетровићČukaricaBanovo BrdoPainter Nadežda Petrović (1873–1915)
Nake SpasićНаке ПетровићSavski VenacDedinjeBenefactor Anastasija Naka Spasić  [ sr ] (1864–1953)
Namesnika ProtićaНамесника ПротићаSavski VenacDedinjeArmy general and politician Kosta Protić (1831–92)
Nandora GlidaНандора ГлидаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugSculptor Nandor Glid (1924–97)
NarcisaНарцисаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski Venac Narcissus (flower)
Narednika Dragutina RadakovićaНаредника Драгутина РадаковићаVoždovacKumodražMilitary sergeant Dragutin Radaković
Narodnih HerojaНародних херојаNew BelgradeStudentski Grad, Fontana World War II People's heroes
Narodnog FrontaНародног фронтаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugCommunist organization of People's Front of Yugoslavia (1947–53)
Naselje Zemun Polje – Mala PrugaНасеље Земун поље – Мала пругаZemunMala Pruga, Altina?
Naselje Zemun Polje – Mala Pruga (1–2)Насеље Земун поље – Мала пруга (1–2)ZemunMala Pruga, AltinaZemun Polje – Mala Pruga Street; two streets numbered 1 and 2
Nasipska Čuvarnica Br. 9Насипска чуварница бр. 9PalilulaKrnjača, Blok Zaga MalivukEmbankment guardhouse No. 9
Nasipska Čuvarnica Br. 10Насипска чуварница бр. 10PalilulaKrnjača, SibnicaEmbankment guardhouse No. 10
NastićevaНастићеваČukaricaŽarkovo, Repište?
Natalije BjelajacНаталије БјелајацVoždovacBanjicaNurse and combatant Antonija Javornik (1893-1974) (cf. Antonije Javornik)
Natalije MunkНаталије МункRakovicaAvala Grad, ResnikNurse, humanitarian and volunteer Natalija Neti Munk (1864-1924)
Natalije DubajićНаталије ДубајићZemunBatajnicaCombatant Natalija Dubajić (1925–43)
Natalijine RamondeНаталијине рамондеRakovicaSunčani Breg Natalie's ramonda flower
NatoševićevaНатошевићеваRakovicaKanarevo Brdo, Stari Košutnjak Pedagogue Djordje Natošević (1821–87)
Nebojše ĐukelićaНебојше ЂукелићаČukaricaKošutnjak, Filmski GradFilm critic and journalist Nebojša Đukelić  [ sr ] (1947–96)
Nebojše MarkovićaНебојше МарковићаČukaricaStari Železnik?
NebojšinaНебојшинаVračarNeimar, Karađorđev Park, Savinac?
Nede SpasojevićНеде СпасојевићNew BelgradeBežanijaActress Neda Spasojević (1941–81)
Nedeljka ČabrinovićaНедељка ЧабриновићаČukaricaBanovo Brdo, Golf NaseljeRevolutionist Nedeljko Čabrinović (1895–1916)
Nedeljka GvozdenovićaНедељка ГвозденовићаNew BelgradeBežanija, Bežanijska KosaPainter Nedeljko Gvozdenović (1902–88)
Nedeljka KošaninaНедељка КошанинаPalilulaVišnjička BanjaBiologist and botanist Nedeljko Košanin (1874-1934)
NegotinskaНеготинскаRakovicaResnikТоwn of Negotin
Negovana LjubinkovićaНегована ЉубинковићаZemunZemun PoljeCombatant Negovan Ljubinković (1915–43)
NehruovaНехруоваNew BelgradeBežanija, Stara Bežanija, Bežanijski Blokovi,
Savski Blokovi, Savski Nasip
Indian politician Jawaharlal Nehru (1889–1964)
NemanjinaНемањинаSavski VenacSlavija, West Vračar, Savamala Grand župan Stefan Nemanja (1133–99)
NemanjinaНемањинаZemunDonji Graddoubled name; see above
Nemirović DančenkaНемировић ДанченкаČukaricaBanovo BrdoRussian theatre director Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko (1858–1943)
Nenada ManojlovićaНенада МанојловићаRakovicaKijevoWater polo player and manager Nenad Manojlović (1954-2014)
NeretvanskaНеретванскаZvezdaraZvezdara Forest, Zvezdara II Neretva river, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia
NerodimskaНеродимскаZvezdaraZvezdara II Nerodimka river
Nestora ŽučnogaНестора ЖучногаVoždovacVoždovacPoet and journalist Proka Jovkić (1886–1915)
NevenaНевенаPalilulaRospi Ćuprija Marigold (flower)
Nevenke UrbanoveНевенке УрбановеZvezdaraMirijevoActress Nevenka Urbanova (1909-2007)
NevesinjskaНевесињскаVračarVračar, KalenićTown of Nevesinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Neznanog junakaНезнаног јунакаSavski VenacDedinje Unknown Hero
Nićifora DučićaНићифора ДучићаSavski VenacTopčidersko Brdo, AutokomandaCleric and academic Nićifor Dučić (1832–1900)
Nićifora NinkovićaНићифора НинковићаRakovicaPetlovo BrdoAuthor Nićifor Ninković  [ sr ] (1788–1850)
Nike MaksimovićaНике МаксимовићаRakovicaResnikLawyer and politician Nikola Maksimović (politician)  [ sr ] (1840-1907)
Nikice PopovićaНикице ПоповићаZemunBatajnicaCombatant Nikica Popović (d.1942)
Nikolaja BerđajevaНиколаја БерђајеваNew BelgradeLedineRussian philosopher Nikolai Berdyaev (1874–1948)
Nikolaja GogoljaНиколаја ГогољаČukaricaČukarica, Banovo BrdoRussian writer Nikolai Gogol (1809–52)
Nikolaja HartvigaНиколаја ХартвигаVračarNeimar, ČuburaRussian diplomat Nicholas Hartwig (1857–1914)
Nikolaja KrasnovaНиколаја КрасноваVračarVračar, EnglezovacRussian émigré architect Nikolay Krasnov (1864–1939)
Nikolaja KravcovaНиколаја КравцоваSavski VenacSavamalaRed Army soldier Nikolaj Kravcov  [ sr ] (1921–44)
Nikolaja OstrovskogНиколаја ОстровскогZemunDonji GradRussian writer Nikolai Ostrovsky (1904–36)
Nikolaja SaltikovaНиколаја СалтиковаZemunPlavi HorizontiRussian émigré mathematician Nikolai Saltykov  [ ru ] (1872–1961)
NikolajevićevaНиколајевићеваRakovicaMiljakovac IIIAuthor and politician Svetomir Nikolajević (1844-1922) (cf. Svetomira Nikolajevića)
Nikole AltomanovićaНиколе АлтомановићаZvezdaraPadinaNobleman Nikola Altomanović (1348–96)
Nikole BeševićaНиколе БешевићаVoždovacMitrovo BrdoPainter Nikola Bešević  [ sr ] (1892-1970)
Nikole BižumićaНиколе БижумићаRakovicaMiljakovac IIIManual hair clipper inventor Nikola Bizumić  [ sr ] (1823-1906)
Nikole ČupićaНиколе ЧупићаZvezdaraCvetkoMilitary officer and benefactor Nikola Čupić  [ sr ] (1834–70)
Nikole ĆukaНиколе ЋукаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikMerchant and philanthropist Nikola Ćuk  [ sr ] (1860-1937)
Nikole DemonjeНиколе ДемоњеZemunBatajnica, ŠangajCombatant Nikola Demonja  [ sr ] (1919–44)
Nikole DobrovićaНиколе ДобровићаNew BelgradeBežanijska KosaArchitect Nikola Dobrović (1897–1967)
Nikole DoksataНиколе ДоксатаZvezdaraZvezdara II, Zvezdara Forest, Staro MirijevoSwiss engineer and architect Nicolas Doxat  [ de ] (1682–1738)
Nikole ĐurkovićaНиколе ЂурковићаVoždovacVoždovacCombatant and Communist activist Nikola Đurković  [ sr ] (1908–43)
Nikole GrulovićaНиколе ГруловићаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri LugRevolutionary and politician Nikola Grulović  [ sr ] (1888–1959)
Nikole KarevaНиколе КареваNew BelgradeBežanijaBulgarian-Macedonian revolutionary Nikola Karev (1877–1905)
Nikole KurelićaНиколе КурелићаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri LugPhysical educator Nikola Kurelić (1917–82)
Nikole L. StojanovićaНиколе Л. СтојановићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugHistorian and librarian Nikola L. Stojanović (1926-2015)
Nikole MarakovićaНиколе МараковићаRakovicaMiljakovac IICombatant Nikola Maraković  [ sr ] (1912–43)
Nikole MiljanovićaНиколе МиљановићаVoždovacVoždovacCombatant Nikola MIljanović  [ sr ] (1914–44)
Nikole NestorovićaНиколе НесторовићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugArchitect Nikola Nestorović (1868–1957)
Nikole RašićaНиколе РашићаČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineRevolutionary and guerilla fighter Kole Rašić (1839–98)
Nikole RibarićaНиколе РибарићаZemunNova GalenikaResistance member Nikola Ribarić (1925–45)
Nikole SoviljaНиколе СовиљаVoždovacPašino BrdoCombatant Nikola Sovilj  [ sr ] (1919–44)
Nikole SpasićaНиколе СпасићаStari GradKosančićev VenacManufacturer and benefactor Nikola Spasić (1838–1916)
Nikole StefanovićaНиколе СтефановићаVračarCrveni Krst?
Nikole StrinekeНиколе СтринекеVoždovacTrošarina, VoždovacResistance member Nikola Strineka (d.1942)
Nikole Suknjarevića-PrikeНиколе Сукњаревића-ПрикеZemunBatajnicaResistance member Nikola Suknjarević (1919–43)
Nikole TanurdžićaНиколе ТанурџићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikMerchant and benefactor Nikola Tanurdžić  [ sr ] (1887-1969)
Nikole TesleНиколе ТеслеZemunRetenzijaScientist Nikola Tesla (1856–1943) (cf. Bulevar Nikole Tesle)
Nikole VučeteНиколе ВучетеČukaricaČukarička PadinaCombatant Nikola Vučeta (1913–66)
Nikole VulićaНиколе ВулићаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoArchaeologist and historian Nikola Vulić (1872–1945)
Nikše StipčevićaНикше СтипчевићаRakovicaResnikLiterary historian Nikša Stipčević  [ sr ] (1929-2011)
NikšićkaНикшићкаVoždovacVoždovacTown of Nikšić, Montenegro
Nilsa BoraНилса БораZvezdaraZeleno BrdoDanish physicist Niels Bohr (1885–1962)
Nine KirsanoveНине КирсановеZvezdaraZeleno BrdoRussian émigré ballerina and choreographer Nina Kirsanova (1898–1989)
Ninka PetrovićaНинка ПетровићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikLawyer and mayor Ninko Petrović  [ sr ] (1896-1981)
NišavskaНишавскаZvezdaraZvezdara II, Zvezdara Forest Nišava river
NiškaНишкаVračarVukov SpomenikTown of Niš
NiškaНишкаZemunGornji Graddoubled name; see above
NiškaНишкаČukaricaStari Železniktripled name; see above
NodilovaНодиловаČukaricaČukarica, Careva Ćuprija Academic Natko Nodilo (1834–1912)
NorveškaНорвешкаNew BelgradeBežanija, Bežanijska Kosa Norway (state)
Nova 9.Нова 9.VoždovacVoždovac, Trošarinanumbered name (New 9th Street)
Nova 42.Нова 42.ZvzedaraMirijevo IInumbered name (New 42nd Street)
Nova 109.Нова 109.PalilulaVišnjicanumbered name (New 109th Street)
Nova 110.Нова 110.PalilulaVišnjicanumbered name (New 110th Street)
Nova 114.Нова 114.PalilulaVišnjicanumbered name (New 114th Street)
Nova 501.Нова 501.VračarCrveni Krstnumbered name (New 501st Street)
Novaka AtanackovićaНовака АтанацковићаZemunBatajnicaCombatant Novak Atanacković (d.1943)
Novaka NovakaНовака НовакаČukaricaŽarkovo, RupčineHumorist and screenwriter Novak Novak  [ sr ] (1928–95)
NovakovaНоваковаVoždovacVoždovac?
Novice CerovićaНовице ЦеровићаZvezdaraZvezdara II, Zvezdara ForestMilitary leader Novica Cerović (1805–95)
Novice MitićaНовице МитићаRakovicaResnikVeterinarian geneticist Novica Mitić  [ sr ] (1921–88)
Novice TadićaНовице ТадићаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok SutjeskaPoet Novica Tadić (1949-2011)
Novobeogradskih GraditeljaНовобеоградских градитељаNew BelgradeLedineMembers of the Youth work actions who built New Belgrade
NovobrdskaНовобрдскаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Novo Brdo
NovogradskaНовоградскаZemunGornji Grad, Ćukovac, Sava Kovačević, KalvarijaNeighborhood of Novi Grad
NovopazarskaНовопазарскаVračarČubura, KalenićTown of Novi Pazar
NovosadskaНовосадскаZemunBatajnicaTown of Novi Sad (cf. Autoput Za Novi Sad)
NovovaroškaНововарошкаPalilulaRospi ĆuprijaTown of Nova Varoš
NušićevaНушићеваStari GradTerazijePlaywright Branislav Nušić (1864–1938)
NušićevaНушићеваZemunĆukovacdoubled name; see above

NJ

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
NjegoševaЊегошеваVračar Cvetni Trg, Grantovac, Vračar, KalenićPrince-bishop and poet Petar II Petrović-Njegoš (1813–51)
NjegoševaЊегошеваZemunZemunski Kej, Gardoš, Muhardoubled name; see above

Š

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
ŠabačkaШабачкаZvezdaraĐeram, LionTown of Šabac
ŠafarikovaШафариковаStari GradKopitareva Gradina, SkadarlijaSlovak Slavist and philologist Pavel Jozef Šafárik (1795–1861)
ŠafranovaШафрановаPalilulaRospi Ćuprija Saffron (flower)
ŠainovacШаиновацPalilulaVišnjica?
ŠajkaškaШајкашкаPalilulaJevremovac, Stari GradRegion of Šajkaška
ŠajkaškaШајкашкаZemunBački Ilovik, Novi Graddoubled name; see above
ŠamačkaШамачкаZvezdara Konjarnik II Town of Šamac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Šandora MajoraШандора МајораZemunZemun PoljeCombatant Šandor Major (d.1942)
ŠangajskaШангајскаZemunBatajnica, Šangaj Neighborhood of Šangaj
Šangajska (1–12)Шангајска (1–12)ZemunBatajnica, ŠangajŠangajska Street; 12 streets named Šangajska 1, Šangajska 2, etc.
ŠantičevaШантићеваStari GradStari GradPoet Aleksa Šantić (1868–1924)
ŠarplaninskaШарпланинскаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski Venac Šar Mountains
ŠavničkaШавничкаČukaricaStari CerakTown of Šavnik, Montenegro
ŠčerbinovaШчербиноваČukaricaBanovo Brdo, ČukaricaRussian diplomat Grigoriy Schterbina (1868–1903)
ŠejkinaШејкинаZvezdaraStaro MirijevoPainter Leonid Šejka (1932–70)
ŠekspirovaШекспироваSavski VenacDedinjeEnglish playwright William Shakespeare (1564–1616)
ŠekularskaШекуларскаRakovicaSunčani Breg Šekular  [ sr ] region, Montenegro
Šemsa MidovićaШемса МидовићаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri LugCombatant Šemso Midović (d.1915)
Šempeter VrtobjaШемпетер ВртојбаVoždovacMitrovo Brdo Municipality of Šempeter-Vrtojba, Slovenia
ŠeširdžijskaШеширџијскаNew BelgradeLedine Hatmaking (craft)
Šetalište Lazaro KardenasaШеталиште Лазаро КарденасаNew Belgrade Savski Blokovi Mexican president Lázaro Cárdenas (1895–1970)
ŠevariceШеварицеZvezdaraStaro Mirijevo?
ŠevinaШевинаZemunNovi Grad, Železnička Kolonija?
ŠibeničkaШибеничкаZvezdara Lipov Lad Town of Šibenik, Croatia
ŠidskaШидскаNew BelgradeLedineTown of Šid
ŠilerovaШилероваZemun Meandri, Sava Kovačević, SutjeskaGerman poet Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805)
ŠimanovačkaШимановачкаZemunBatajnicaVillage of Šimanovci
Široki PutШироки путZemunBatajnicaDescriptive ("Wide Road")
Široki Put (1–5)Широки пут (1–5)ZemunBatajnicaŠiroki Put Street; 5 streets named Široki Put 1, Široki Put 2, etc.
ŠkolskaШколскаZemunBatajnica?
Školsko DobroШколско доброZemun Školsko Dobro, Zemun Polje?
Šlep StenkaШлеп СтенкаSavski VenacBara Venecija, Ada Ciganlija, Šest Topola Stenka barge-restaurant
ŠljivarskaШљиварскаVoždovacKumodraž, Torlak Plum growing
ŠolinaШолинаSavski VenacDedinjePolitician Atanasije Šola  [ sr ] (1878–1955)
ŠpanskaШпанскаNew BelgradeBlokovi Spain (state)
Španskih BoracaШпанских борацаNew BelgradeBlocks 24–26 and 28–30 Yugoslav volunteers in the Spanish Civil War 1936–39
ŠtipskaШтипскаSavski VenacSenjakTown of Štip, Macedonia
ŠtrosmajerovaШтросмајероваZemunDonji GradCroatian bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer (1815–1905)
ŠumadijskaШумадијскаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugRegion of Šumadija; (cf. Šumadijski Trg)
ŠumadijskaШумадијскаZemunGornji Graddoubled name; see above
Šumadijske DivizijeШумадијске дивизијеVoždovac Stepa Stepanović Šumadija Division (World War I)
ŠumariceШумарицеRakovicaPetlovo BrdoLocation of the 1941 Kragujevac massacre
ŠumatovačkaШуматовачкаVračarČubura, Neimar Battle of Šumatovac (1876)
ŠupljikčevaШупљикчеваVoždovacMarinkova BaraMilitary commander Stevan Šupljikac (1786–1848) (cf. Vojvode Šupljikca)
ŠvejkovaШвејковаNew BelgradeLedine Good soldier Švejk, literary character

Z

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
Zabran – Nova (1–11)Забран – Нова (1–11)ZemunBatajnica?; 11 streets named Zabran – Nova 1, Zabran – Nova 2, etc.
ZabranskaЗабранскаZvezdaraVeliki Mokri Lug?
ZabrdaЗабрдаRakovicaAvala Grad, Resnik?
ZabrđanskaЗабрђанскаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug?
ZadrugarskaЗадругарскаZemunSutjeskaRural cooperatives
ZadužbinskaЗадужбинскаZemunGornji GradActs of benefation, in general
Zagorke BerovićЗагорке БеровићPalilulaKrnjača, Partizanski BlokRheumatologist Zagorka Berović  [ sr ] (1900–88)
ZagrađeЗаграђеZvezdaraStaro Mirijevo?
ZahumskaЗахумскаZvezdaraVukov SpomenikMedieval principality of Zachlumia, today in Bosnia and Herzegovina
ZajcovaЗајцоваVoždovacMedakovićCroatian composer Ivan Zajc (1832–1914)
ZaječarskaЗајечарскаSavski VenacDedinje, Topčidersko BrdoTown of Zaječar
Zapadno SelišteЗападно селиштеZvezdaraMali Mokri LugDescriptive (western part of the village)
ZapadnomoravskaЗападноморавскаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Braća Marić West Morava river
ZapisЗаписVoždovacJajinci, Miljakovac III Zapis, sacred trees
ZaplanjskaЗаплањскаVoždovac Braće Jerković, Braće Jerković II, Marinkova Bara, Medaković, Siva StenaRegion of Zaplanje  [ sr ]
Zarija VujoševićaЗарија ВујошевићаNew Belgrade Staro Sajmište Combatant Zarija Vujošević  [ sr ] (1903–43)
Zaviše CrnogЗавише ЦрногSavski VenacSenjakPolish knight Zawisza Czarny (1379-1428)
ZavodskaЗаводскаVoždovacKumodraž, TorlakInstitute for immunobiology and virusology (institute = zavod)
Zdravka ČelaraЗдравка ЧелараPalilulaBogoslovija, Hadžipopovac, Profesorska KolonijaCombatant Zdravko Čelar (1917–42)
Zdravka JovanovićaЗдравка ЈовановићаČukaricaBele Vode, ŽarkovoCombatant Zdravko Jovanović  [ sr ] (1909–43)
Zdravka VelimirovićaЗдравка ВелимировићаRakovicaResnikFilm director Zdravko Velimirović (1930–2005)
Zeke BuljubašeЗеке БуљубашеZvezdaraBulbulderRebel Zeka Buljubaša (1785–1813)
ZelengorskaЗеленгорскаZvezdaraZeleno Brdo Zelengora mountain, Bosnia and Herzegovina
ZelengorskaЗеленгорскаNew Belgrade, ZemunBežanijska Kosa, Franjine Rudinedoubled name; see above
Zeleni VenacЗелени венацSavski Venac, Stari GradVaroš Kapija, Zeleni Venac Kafana "Zeleni Venac"
Zeleno BrdoЗелено брдоZvezdaraZeleno BrdoZeleno Brdo, local hill
ZelenjakЗелењакRakovicaResnikLocal hilly slope Zelenjak
ZemljoradničkaЗемљорадничкаVoždovacKumodražAgriculture, in general
ZemunskaЗемунскаNew BelgradeBežanijska Kosa, BlokoviTown of Zemun
Zemunski PutЗемунски путNew BelgradeStaro Sajmište, Ušćesame as the above (Zemun Road)
ZeničkaЗеничкаPalilulaRospi Ćuprija, Višnjička BanjaTown of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
ZetskaЗетскаStari GradSkadarlijaMedieval Principality of Zeta, today in Montenegro
ZidarskaЗидарскаZvezdaraKonjarnik III?
ZimonjićevaЗимоњићеваČukarica Golf Naselje, KošutnjakPriest and rebel Bogdan Zimonjić (1813–1909)
Zire AdamovićaЗире АдамовићаZemunAltinaJournalist Dragoslav Adamović  [ sr ] (1922–78)
Zlatana VaudeЗлатана ВаудеRakovicaSunčani BregComposer and conductor Zlatan Vauda  [ sr ] (1923-2010)
Zlatanovićev SokakЗлатановићев сокакČukaricaStari ŽeleznikČede Zlatanovića Street ("Zlatanović Alley")
ZlatarićevaЗлатарићеваSavski VenacDedinje Ragusan poet and translator Dinko Zlatarić (1558–1613)
ZlatarskaЗлатарскаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug, Zvezdara III Zlatar mountain
Zlate PetkovićЗлате ПетковићČukarica Makiš Actress Zlata Petković (1954-2012)
ZlatiborskaЗлатиборскаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug Zlatibor mountain
ZlatiborskaЗлатиборскаZemun Jelovac, Kalvarija, Sava Kovačevićdoubled name; see above
Zlatka ŠnajderaЗлатка ШнајдераZemunBanjica IICommunist youth leader Zlatko Šnajder  [ sr ] (1903–31)
Zmaj-Ognjena VukaЗмај-Огњена ВукаSavski Venac Gospodarska Mehana, SenjakDespot Vuk Grgurević Branković (1438–85) (cf. Zmaja Ognjenog Vuka)
Zmaj JovinaЗмај ЈовинаStari GradObilićev VenacPoet Jovan Jovanović Zmaj (1833–1904)
Zmaj JovinaЗмај ЈовинаZemunDonji Grad, Zemunski Kejdoubled name; see above
Zmaja od AvaleЗмаја од АвалеVoždovacSelo RakovicaRebel Vasa Čarapić (1768-1806) (cf. Vase Čarapića)
Zmaja od NoćajaЗмаја од НоћајаStari GradDorćol, KalemegdanRebel Stojan Čupić (1765–1815)
Zmaja Ognjenog VukaЗмаја Огњеног ВукаVoždovacJajinciDespot Vuk Grgurević Branković (1438–85) (cf. Zmaj-Ognjena Vuka)
ZmajevacЗмајевацČukaricaZmajevac, ŽarkovoZmajevac, former local stream
ZmajevačkaЗмајевачкаČukaricaZmajevac, ŽarkovoZmajevac Street
Zmajevačka 2. RedЗмајевачка 2. редČukaricaZmajevac, ŽarkovoZmajevačka Street
ZografskaЗографскаNew BelgradeLedine Icons painting, as a craft
Zorana GluščevićaЗорана ГлушчевићаZvezdaraPadinaAuthor and literary critic Zoran Gluščević  [ sr ] (1926-2006)
Zorana BogavcaЗорана БогавцаPalilulaKrnjača, Partizanski BlokJournalist Zoran Bogavac (1947-2006)
Zorana MišićaЗорана МишићаPalilulaKrnjača, Dunavski VenacLiterary critic Zoran Mišić (1921–76)
Zorana RadmilovićaЗорана РадмиловићаZvezdaraMirijevo IIIActor Zoran Radmilović (1933–84)
Zore DrempetićЗоре ДремпетићPalilulaLešćeFolk singer and actress Zora Drempetić  [ sr ] (1927-2013)
Zore PetrovićЗоре ПетровићPalilulaKrnjača, Reva Painter Zora Petrović (1894-1962)
ZorinaЗоринаČukaricaŽarkovo?
Zorice BožovićЗорице БожовићVoždovacJajinci, Mala Utrina Resistance member Zorica Božović  [ sr ] (1925–41)
Zorke ManojlovićЗорке МанојловићVoždovacBanjicaActress Zorka Manojlović  [ sr ] (1929-2013)
Zorke TodosićЗорке ТодосићČukaricaStari ŽeleznikActress and singer Zorka Todosić (1864-1936)
Zrenjaninski PutЗрењанински путPalilulaBlok Braća Marić, Blok Branko Momirov, Blok Grga Andrijanović, Partizanski Blok
Blok Sava Kovačević, Blok Sutjeska, Dunavski Venac, Krnjača
Town of Zrenjanin
ZrmanjskaЗрмањскаČukaricaBanovo Brdo, Čukarica Zrmanja river, Croatia
Zuke DžumhuraЗуке ЏумхураZemunAltinaAuthor Zuko Džumhur (1920–89)
ZvečanskaЗвечанскаSavski VenacAutokomanda, Maleško BrdoTown of Zvečan
ZvezdarskaЗвездарскаZvezdara Zvezdara Forest Neighborhood of Zvezdara
Zvezdarskih jelkiЗвездарских јелкиZvezdaraZvezdara II?
Zvonka MarićaЗвонка МарићаRakovicaResnikPhysicist Zvonko Marić (1931-2006)
ZvorničkaЗворничкаSavski VenacSavamalaTown of Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ž

StreetOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
ŽabljačkaЖабљачкаZvezdaraZeleno BrdoTown of Žabljak, Montenegro
ŽadaЖадаPalilulaKrnjača, Blok Sava Kovačević Jade (gemstone)
Žana SibelijusaЖана СибелијусаČukaricaBanovo Brdo, Golf NaseljeFinnish composer Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)
Žanke StokićЖанке СтокићSavski VenacGospodarska Mehana, SenjakActress Žanka Stokić (1887–1947)
Žarka BokunaЖарка БокунаZemunBatajnica, Crveni Barjak Resistance member Žarko Bokun (1908–43)
Žarka JovanovićaЖарка ЈовановићаZvezdaraOrlovsko NaseljeMusician Žarko Jovanović (1925–85)
Žarka MiladinovićaЖарка МиладиновићаZemun, New BelgradePaviljoniPolitician and lawyer Žarko Miladinović  [ sr ] (1862–1926)
Žarka ObreškogЖарка ОбрешкогZemunBatajnica?
Žarka Obreškog (1–2)Жарка Обрешког (1–2)ZemunBatajnicaŽarka Obreškog Street (Žarka Obreškog 1 and Žarka Obreškog 2)
Žarka TrpkovićaЖарка ТрпковићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugMilitary medic Žarko Trpković  [ sr ] (1874–1946)
Žarka VasiljevićaЖарка ВасиљевићаČukaricaNovi ŽeleznikAuthor and director Žarko Vasiljević (1892–1946)
Žarka Vukovića-PucaraЖарка Вуковића-ПуцараČukaricaBanovo BrdoCombatant Žarko Vuković Pucar  [ sr ] (1911–44)
ŽarkovačkaЖарковачкаČukaricaBanovo Brdo, Golf Naselje, Košutnjak, Sunčana Padina Neighborhood of Žarkovo
Žarkovački BregЖарковачки брегČukaricaRepište, ŽarkovoŽarkovački breg, local hillock
ŽdralovaЖдраловаPalilulaVišnjica Crane (bird)
ŽelezničkaЖелезничкаSavski VenacSavamala Belgrade Main railway station
ŽelezničkaЖелезничкаZemunKalvarija, Novi Grad, Železnička Kolonija Zemun railway station
Železnička Kolonija-BatajnicaЖелезничка колонија-БатајницаZemunBatajnicaLocal settlement of the railroad workers
Železnička Kolonija-ZemunЖелезничка колонија-ЗемунZemunŽeleznička KolonijaLocal settlement of the railroad workers
Žel.Stanica BatajnicaЖел.станица БатајницаZemunBatajnica, Šangaj Batajnica railway station
Žel.Stanica Beograd-KrugЖел.станица Београд-КругSavski VenacSavamala Railway turntable at Belgrade Main railway station
Žel.Stanica KošutnjakЖел.станица КошутњакRakovicaKošutnjakKošutnjak railway station
Žel.Stanica Makiš RanžirnaЖел.станица Макиш РанжирнаČukaricaŽeleznik Makiš marshalling yard
Žel.Stanica Novi BeogradЖел.станица Нови БеоградNew Belgrade Block 42, Buvljak New Belgrade railway station
Žel.Stanica RakovicaЖел.станица РаковицаRakovicaRakovica Rakovica railway station
Žel.Stanica ResnikЖел.станица РесникRakovicaResnik Resnik railway station
Žel.Stanica TopčiderЖел.станица ТопчидерSavski VenacTopčider Topčider railway station
Žel.Stanica Zemun Novi GradЖел.станица Земун Нови ГрадZemunŽeleznička KolonijaZemun Novi Grad railway station
Žel.Stanica Zemun PoljeЖел.станица Земун ПољеZemunPlavi Horizonti Zemun Polje railway station
Železnička Stražara-BatajnicaЖелезничка стражара-БатајницаZemunBatajnicaLocal railway lookout
Železnička Stražara-ZemunЖелезничка стражара-ЗемунZemunNovi GradLocal railway lookout
Željka BijelićaЖељка БијелићаRakovicaKneževacCroatian War combatant Željko Bijelić (d.1991)
Željka ŠijanaЖељка ШијанаRakovicaKneževacKosovo War specialist operative Željko Bijelić  [ sr ] (1960–98)
ŽičkaЖичкаVračarCrveni Krst, Zvezdara Žiča monastery
ŽidovarskaЖидоварскаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug, Zeleno BrdoArchaeological site Židovar
Žike MarkovićaЖике МарковићаZemunBatajnica?
Žike MesarovićaЖике МесаровићаZemunZemun PoljeResistance member Žika Mesarović (1921–43)
Žike MihajlovićaЖике МихајловићаVoždovacJajinciLocal administrator and knez Živko Žika Mihajlović (19th century)
Žike PavlovićaЖике ПавловићаZemunAltinaFilm director and writer Živojin Pavlović (1933–98)
Žike StojkovićaЖике СтојковићаVoždovacKumodraž, TorlakHead of the local community Žika Stojković (20th century)
Žikice JovanovićaЖикице ЈовановићаVoždovacVoždovacCombatant Žikica Jovanović Španac (1914–42)
Žikice Jovanovića-ŠpancaЖикице Јовановића-ШпанцаČukaricaStari Železnikdoubled name; see above
ŽikinaЖикинаZvezdaraMali Mokri Lug?
ŽitnaЖитнаVoždovacKumodraž Cereals, in general
ŽitomislićkaЖитомислићкаČukaricaStari Cerak Žitomislić monastery, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Živana PanićaЖивана ПанићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikŽeleznik municipal president Živan Panić
Živana SaramandićaЖивана СарамандићаČukaricaKošutnjak, ŽarkovoOpera singer Živan Saramandić  [ sr ] (1939–2012)
Živka DavidovićaЖивка ДавидовићаZvezdaraCvetko, Mali Mokri Lug, Učiteljsko NaseljeArmy officer and benefactor Živko Davidović (1806–1904)
Živka JovanovićaЖивка ЈовановићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugJournalist and lawyer Živko Jovanović  [ sr ] (1888–1923)
Živka KarabiberovićaЖивка КарабиберовићаZvezdaraĐeramMayor Živko Karabiberović (1830–93)
Živka Nastića-BabeЖивка Настића-БабеČukaricaŽarkovoLong-distance runner Živko Nastić (1880–?)
Živka PetrovićaЖивка ПетровићаZemunKalvarijaPainter Živko Petrović (1806–68)
Živojina ĆulumaЖивојина ЋулумаZemunZemun PoljeAstronomer and physicist Živojin Ćulum (1911–91)
Živojina LazićaЖивојина ЛазићаČukaricaŽarkovoSoldier Živojin Lazić  [ sr ] (1893–1986)
Živojina ŽujovićaЖивојина ЖујовићаZvezdaraĐeramSocialist Živojin Žujović  [ sr ] (1838–70)
Živorada GrbićaЖиворада ГрбићаVoždovacBanjicaMusical educator and composer Živorad Grbić  [ sr ] (1892-1954)
Živorada NastasijevićaЖиворада НастасијевићаZvezdaraMali Mokri LugFrescos and icons painter Živorad Nastasijević (1893-1966)
Živorada PavlovićaЖиворада ПавловићаČukaricaStari ŽeleznikPediatrician Živorad Pavlović  [ sr ] (1905–79)
Živorada Žike MitrovićaЖиворада Жике МитровићаRakovicaResnikFilm director Žika Mitrović (1921-2005)
Živote MarinkovićaЖивоте МаринковићаVoždovacKumodraž, TorlakLocal soldier Života Marinković
Živote StepanovićaЖивоте СтепановићаVoždovacJajinci?
Žorža KlemansoaЖоржа КлемансоаStari GradDorćol, Stari GradFrench politician Georges Clemenceau (1841–1929)
ŽrnovskaЖрновскаVoždovacSelo Rakovica Žrnov fortress
Žrtava bombardovanjaЖртава бомбардовањаNew BelgradeLedineVictims of historical bombings of Belgrade (1941, 1944, 1999)
ŽumberačkaЖумберачкаČukaricaGolf Naselje, Košutnjak Žumberak Mountains, Slovenia and Croatia
ŽupaЖупаVoždovacJajinciFormer kafana "Župa"
Župana ČaslavaЖупана ЧаславаSavski Venac Topčider, Topčidersko Brdoruling prince Časlav Klonimirović (890–960)
Župana PribilaЖупана ПрибилаZemunBatajnica Župan Pribil (14th century)
Župana VlastimiraЖупана ВластимираSavski VenacDedinjeRuling prince Vlastimir (805–851)

List of squares and plateaus

SquareOriginal nameMunicipalityNeighborhoodNamed after
Akademski PlatoАкадемски платоStari Grad Studentski Trg Rectorate and faculties of the University of Belgrade ("Academic Plateau")
Avijatičarski TrgАвијатичарски тргZemunDonji Grad Air Force Command Building ("Aviators Square")
Cvetni Trg Цветни тргVračarVračarFlower shops located on the square
Ćošak Radivoja KoraćaЋошак Радивоја КораћаStari GradObilićev VenacBasketball player Radivoj Korać (1938–69) (cf. Radivoja Koraća)
Školski TrgШколски тргZvezdaraStaro MirijevoFormer "Old School", now a library
Šumadijski TrgШумадијски тргČukaricaČukaricaRegion of Šumadija (cf. Šumadijska)

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Notes

Notes:

  1. 1 2 Grammatically correct version is auto-put (ауто-пут), but the Statistical Sector of the Belgrade City's Administrative Secretariat is ignoring this rule