||Belgrade tourist guide welcomes all tourist to find out more about this impressive city and to visit Belgrade to enjoy it's spirit in live. Here are a few little-known interesting facts about Belgrade:
Belgrade was founded by Celts. On Zvezdara there is street that bears the name Celtic.
In the center of Belgrade, under the present palace Albania, were found during its construction, in 1938 the skeletons of Neanderthal man who died in a fight with a mammoth whose skeleton was found nearby.
Belgrade on 6 and 7 April 1941 bombing of a total of 484 German aircraft. Destroyed 627 buildings and killed 2 274 people.
Temple of Saint Sava in Belgrade is the largest Serbian Orthodox church, the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans and on the surface and volume of the largest Orthodox church in the world.
At the site of today's market "Zeleni venac" once was a bar that was completely drained at the end of the 19th century.
The Belgrade "Arena" is one of the five largest halls in Europe.
It is believed that the first taverns in Europe opened in Dorcol 1522. It is not known exactly where it was located or who owned it.
Hotel Moskva got its name from Vasily Moscow, an important but not many famous Russian banker founder.
Around Belgrade were waged battle in 115 wars and was destroyed about 50 times. Because of its location at the confluence of two rivers, Belgrade has always been the scene of major events.
One of the biggest attractions of Belgrade is certainly a Roman well with its two spiral string of 212 steps. This famous well is deep even 62m, and it is as much as 10m below the lowest point in Belgrade.
Belgrade appears in the popular video game "Battlefield 2142."
Nikola Pasic was the first owner of a taxi company in Belgrade, which was used by the coach.
The oldest house in Belgrade is located at Cara Dušana No. 10 was built by the Austrians in 1727.
In The National Museum in Belgrade is lied Egyptian mummy, Nesmin. He was a priest in the temple of the god of fertility Mina.
Nebojsa Tower was the place of execution. Title says it received following a call for victims of the Turkish executioners before execution: "Ne boj še, ne boj še!"