Many people say they know everything they need to know
about Belgrade. Many people will describe Belgrade as a city with a history and vibrant nightlife in every step, but not half of it! To this day, this interesting metropolis succeeds not only the tourists, but also the people who wander their streets every day. Located at the intersection of the Danube and Sava River, the city is the center of Balkan culture. The White City was repeatedly fought, destroyed and rebuilt, and as a result it emerged with a strong spirit that could be found in architecture, symbol structures, people, and general life. However, the pace in the Serbian capital is quite high, and therefore even Belgrade remains unaware of many things and hides their cities. So we decided to tell some interesting facts about Belgrade, which is little known about it.: 1-) Belgrade is based on the ruins of an ancient city Today there is not one place in Belgrade that does not hide the remains of the Roman period! In fact, the first urban settlement here is 3 BC. it was built by Celts in the century. Then M.He. 1. it was conquered by the Romans in the century and named it Singidunum. 2 -). A culture older than Mesopotamia Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe, with its permanent settlement units for at least 7000 years. Those who are not far from the centre of Belgrade have a culture that is even older than the settlements in Mesopotamia. 3-) One City – fifteen names Belgrade, which named the Celtics as singidun (open), then went to Singidunum and has been known for many names, including: Alba Graeca, Alba Bulgarica, Feehrvár, Nandoralba, Nándorfehérvár, Landdorfehérvr, Weißenburg and Griechsch-Weißenburg, Castelbianco, Veligrad (I) or Velegrada, Dar Jihad (War House), Belgrade, Prinz Eugen Stadium. However, the name that has come to date is Beograd (White City), which was first mentioned in the Bulgarian ruler Boris I’s papal letter in 878. 5-) The Grave of the legendary Attila from Kalemegdan 5.in the 20th Century, Belgrade castle was destroyed by Huns and a barbarian tribe was attacked at the beginning of the Middle Ages, including Slavs. A legend says that Attila’s grave is more under the castle where the Danube and Sava River meet. One of the most important cultural-historical areas is Kalemegdan ! the park and playground, a surveillance and zoo, concert space and much more. 6-) There is a city under the city in Belgrade There are too many secrets in Belgrade, but one of them is hidden under the surface. Literally. More than a hundred caves, canals, tunnels, passages, where it tells the story of its connection to the various empires and states that ruled over the ages. 7-) therefore, the underground cities in Belgrade have always attracted great attention. The secrets of the Roman halls and aqueducts, Tito’s Communist advisory Bureau spies – you can find them all under Belgrade. The depths of the mythical Romans. One of Belgrade’s most important attractions is definitely Rome, with two spiral sets of 212 steps. This well is 62 meters deep, 10 meters deeper and full of mysteries from Belgrade’s lowest point. When Legends of the well began to mingle over time, some people now believe that the two skeletons found in the 1960s were remnants of the Austrian traitors left to kill each other, while others believed that they were the bodies of the bodies. 9-) Belgrade has its own Silicon Valley However, that certainly has nothing to do with computers or technology. Strahinjica Street is popularly known as the Silicon Valley because of the cosmetics-enhanced features of women who like to visit many bars and restaurants in this Belgrade neighbourhood. 10-) The Kafana is first time in Europe We all know and love minds, but do you know when and where the first one opens? According to many historians, your first head in Europe was opened at Dorcol in 1522. Only black coffee service was offered at this property (CRNA kafana). And how the so-called Serbian institution took its name – ” Kafana” 11-) The largest Orthodox cathedral in the region The Church of St. Sava in Vracar is one of Belgrade’s most recognizable symbols. Its dome is 70 meters high and 12 meters high. Reaching a total height of 87 meters, the cathedral represents one of the largest churches in the world and the largest church building in the Balkans.