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Sunday, 25 February 2018

Four faiths in one God

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(Tour of Belgrade's most important temples)

Pick up from the hotel

Tour starts at the largest active Orthodox temple in the world - the Temple of Saint Sava. It is the largest Orthodox temple in the Balkans and on the basis of surface and volume the largest Orthodox church in the world. It was built on the site which is thought to be the place where Sinan Paša burned the remains of Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church, in 1595.

Walk to the Catholic Church of Christ the King nearby, where we will hear the history of the Catholic presence in Belgrade.

Walk to the Church of St. Marko, one of the most beautiful monuments of Byzantine-Serbian architecture, and the second largest church in Belgrade. In the temple, there is a sarcophagus with the remains of one of the most powerful rulers of Europe in the first half of the 14th century, Serbian Emperor Dušan Silni (the Mighty).
For Russian tourists, but the others as well, there is the opportunity to visit a very significant Russian church of the Holy Trinity.

Visit of the Belgrade Synagogue Sukat Shalom. The construction of the synagogue was completed in 1925. It got its name, Sukat Shalom in 2002 and today it is the only functioning synagogue in Serbia.

Tour of the Saborna Crkva (Orthodox Cathedral), which has one of the best choirs in Serbia and frescoes of mosaics of exquisite beauty.

Tour of the Bajrakli Mosque, the only mosque in Belgrade remained after the departure of the Turks in the 19th century.

Return to the hotel

Duration: approx. 4 hours

Price per person:

4 -7 persons 8 -14 persons 15- 35 persons 35+ persons
39 € 23 € 17 € 10 €