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Knez Mihailova Street or Prince Michael Street, properly Kneza Mihaila, is the main pedestrian and shopping zone in Belgrade, and is protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable landmarks of the city. Named after Mihailo Obrenović III, Prince of Serbia, it features a number of buildings and mansions built during the late 1870s.

Republic Square or Square of the Republic (Trg republike) is one of the central town squares and an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, located in the Stari Grad municipality. It is the site of some of Belgrade's most recognizable public buildings, including the National Museum, the National Theatre and the statue of Prince Michael.

The National Museum (Narodni Muzej) is the largest and oldest museum in Serbia and former Yugoslavia. It is located in the central zone of Belgrade on a square area between the Republic Square, former Theatre Square, and three streets Čika Ljubina, Vasina and Laze Pačua. The museum was established on May 10, 1844 and its collection has since grown to over 400,000 objects, including many foreign masterpieces. The National Museum building was declared a Monument of Culture of Great Importance in 1979.

Stari Dvor, meaning Old Palace, was the royal residence of the Obrenović dynasty. Today it houses the City Assembly of Belgrade. The palace is located on the corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava Jovanovića streets in Belgrade, Serbia, opposite Novi Dvor (New Palace).

The House of the National Assembly is the seat of the National Assembly of Serbia. The building is located on Nikola Pašić Square in downtown Belgrade, and is a notable landmark and tourist attraction. Between its completion in 1938 and 2006, it was the seat of the Parliament of Yugoslavia and later the Parliament of Serbia and Montenegro.

The Skadarlija, a short and curved street, includes well-known restaurants, hotels, art galleries, antique and souvenir shops, and the Sebilj fountain. Groups playing Serbian brass or traditional urban music and actors dressed in traditional Serb costumes perform down the street. Restaurants offer the typical national cuisine, most notably the roštilj (grilled meat) with pivo (beer). The street is a car-free zone due to the narrowness and bumpy cobblestones.

Kalemegdan Park is the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. It is located on a 125 m (410 ft) high cliff, at the junction of the River Sava and the Danube. Its name is formed from the two Turkish words: "Kale" (meaning "fortress") and archaic word of Turkish origin "megdan" (meaning "battlefield"). Kalemegdan Park is split in two as the Large and Little Parks.

Belgrade Fair is the largest and most successful trade fair institution in Serbia and Southeast Europe.


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