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Here we present you the most important monuments in Belgrade honoring the people, or events, that contributed greatly to Serbia's prosperity and to the Serbs.

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Toponym "Beograd" (eng. "Belgrade") literally means "White City", from ser. "Beo" (eng. "White") and ser. "Grad" (eng. "City").

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Serbian language is a Slavic language, of the South Slavic branch. It is officially used in Serbia and in parts of Bosnia & Herzegovina (in Serbian federal unit called "Republika Srpska"). It is recognized as the minority language in Montenegro, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, and Romania. There are an estimated 12 million people speaking Serbian all over the world.

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They call it an incident, but it was long time coming. Serbia's struggle for independence in the 19th century lasted more than 60 years. The final act took place at Čukur fountain (ser. Čukur česma), in Belgrade's Dorćol district, in 1862.

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You find yourself at Terazije square, near the fountain, asking yourself what to do or see next. Well, very few people will advise you to go and see a nonexistent tavern in an unattractive house that barely stands. If anything, at least it is pretty close.

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