Simply beautiful! The church is impressive from the outside, and also the inside is worth a visit. Highly recommended
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This church is the burial site of the mightiest Serbian medieval Emperor Dušan Silni (Dushan the Mighty). His sarcophagus is located on the right-handed site at the entrance. It is also a burial site of the last Serbian king and queen from the Obrenović dynasty,...More
Very conveniently located to attend Liturgy. Beautiful mosaics and icons with daily liturgy and a nice choir. It works!
This is by far the most impressive and eye catchy Orthodox Church with typical Serbo-Byzantine architecture. The external walls that are in two colors of natural materials captured my attention the most. And as you enter (FOC), don't miss out on a miniature displayed on...More
Big church, I think it was recently restored. Inside there are many interesting mosaics, but unfortunately the altar is still restored.
The cathedral is nestled between every day life of the tram line in front of it and surrounding park and yet it's otherworldly inside and features beautiful decorative brick work and soaring height.
A large and spectacular church of significant importance, dedicated to St Mark, not too far from the centre of the city. It is free to enter, you may purchase candles to light a low cost and there is a small shop with religious icons etc...More
St. Mark's Church adjoins an urban park and is surrounded by greenery. The brick exterior is nice to behold. The interior, with simple yet distinct Orthodox motifs, is worth a quick a look. We happened to visit on a Saturday afternoon while a wedding ceremony...More
This church (Svetog Marka) is located near the Parliament of Serbia, just across it.The church built (1931-1940) in the spirit of Serbian medieval buildings.The good smell inside is enough to calm you down. This is one of my favorite churches. It is simple and a...More