Zemun (Serbian Cyrillic: Земун, pronounced [zěmuːn]) is a municipality of the city of Belgrade. Zemun was a separate town that was absorbed into Belgrade in 1934. The development of New Belgrade in the late 20th century affected the expansion of the continuous urban area of Belgrade.
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Zemunski Kej is located in municipality of Zemun.
It is the main Zemun's landing area for numerous boats.
If you want to spent time with family and friends, looking at the Danube river and breathing fresh air, this is a place for you.
Also it is great place if you have kids.
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or the Millennium towers, it witnessed the World war I, was renovated over the years and is still under renovation, the lower part hosts exposition of international artists, and the upper part is open and the view is worth the effort taking the tiny stairs up!
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Oldest church in Zemun. It was build in middle of XVIII century!
This old orthodox church dates back to 1745 and is worth a visit. It is located very much in the center of town. The inside of this church is decorated with many very beautiful icons. These are all in very good condition and are amazing.
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A bit like Vancouver has Stanley island, Belgrade has Great War island.
Unbelievable that so close to a big city white-tailed eagles nest and for the last four years successfully raised their chicks. I am glad the city authorities abandoned their plans to "develop" the island into a big amusement park and instead turned two thirds of it into a nature reserve. In summer Belgradians flock to the Northern tip of the island where there is Lido beach. It can be reached on foot by a pontoon bridge from Zemun.
Puzzled where the name Great War Island came from? The name officially appeared after 1717, when Prince Eugene of Savoy used the island as an attack point in his re-conquest of Belgrade from the Turks.
Hope to preserve nature will be given first priority and that use for military purposes or tourist development will be something of the past.
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I liked this chamber theater as it is clean, well organized, not too small, but again, intimate. It has its charm and is worth visiting it.
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The Cemetery is old and neat, doesnt look scary at all or something. It is located on the top of a not high hill, so the idea was nice to bu buried with a picturesque view around. Roses, old church, neat monuments, quiet and peaceful. come on a sunny day. (That was a part of my Zemun date-day program, lol)
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Theatre lies on the plateue of Millenium Tower. It is opened during the summer months and most famous for Festival of Monodrama and Pantomimes held in July every year.
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Last week when I've been in Zemun, I passed by the building of Magistrate, that is located in Masarikov Square (Trg) just behind the building of Zemun Town Hall in Magister Square.
That is one storey baroque building and edifice which we see nowadays was built in 1832.
The style of building is classicist one, with characteristic simplicity and symmetry in design of the frontal facade, that is, the shallow pediment with the gable ends.
Magistrate officials resided here in 19th century and all work connected with the law was effectuated here for the Zemun district.
Solid construction form and purity of style represent an example of the passed times in Zemun.
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The Holy Trinity Church was built between 1839 and 1842 by architect Joseph Felber, and features a rectangular base with an apse and a two-story bell tower. Its exterior walls have arc tunnel openings and niches. The church demonstrates a strong Baroque influence.
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