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Sunday, 25 February 2018

Tower of Avala

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Pick up from the hotel.

Journey to the Monument of the Unknown Hero - the greatest symbol of Free Masons presence in Belgrade. The whole medieval fortress was demolished so that Masons could show their power, and they built what many consider one of the greatest monuments in the world of Masonry. In this place, the Germans buried one of the soldiers in the grave and placed a cross with the inscription "The unknown Serbian soldier" in 1915. The construction of the Monument of the Unknown Hero on Mount Avala was initiated by King Aleksandar I, whom many experts argue to have belonged to Masonic order. The monument was officially the memorial to the victims of World War II.

Visit to the "Known hero", Avala Tower, and tour of the lookout at 180 meters above the top where the tower is placed, where you can see all of Belgrade and its surroundings. During favourable weather conditions, you can see almost half of Serbia from the lookout.

Optional visit of the Museum of Mining on Avala, the first mine from the Roman Empire. This is one of the oldest mines in Europe. During the tour shaft that is designed for visitors is entered.

Visit of the unique restaurant ”Stari majdan” (Old mine), carved into the old village quarry in ethno style.

Return to the hotel.

Duration: approx. 4,5 hours

Price per person:

4 -7 persons 8 -14 persons 15- 35 persons 35+ persons
42 € 27 € 20 € 12 €