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Tašmajdan, one of central parks in Belgrade, is located no more than 200 meters from the National Assembly. The name of the place "Tašmajdan" is of Turkish origin and it means "quarry", as it is believed that the Romans pulled out rocks from this place and used it, among other things, for building the Belgrade Fortress in the old days.

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One of Belgrade's favorite places for having a picnic or small weekend excursion. if you are staying in the city for a longer period of time, be sure to visit it as it is close to the center (approx. 10 minutes by car if there is no too much traffic, or 30 minutes by public transport).

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Ušće park complex is a huge green space and promenade by the river on New Belgrade's side. It consists of Ušće Park, Staro Sajmište Memorial Park (photo above) and Friendship Park.

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One of Belgrade's oldest parks is located between Nemanjina street, Resavska street, and Kralja Milana street, in the very center of the city. Its name originates from the French word "manège" meaning "equestrian school", as it was used by the Royal Cavalry.

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Mali Tašmajdan park (eng. "Little Tašmajdan park") is a part of Tašmajdan park that is separated from the main ground by Beogradska street and functionally it can be regarded as a distinctive whole.

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Cyril and Methodius park is located in King Alexander blvd. (ser. "Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra"), colloquially said "by the monument to Vuk Karadžić". It was named after two enlighteners who spread literacy among the Slavic people in the 9th century.

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This park exists since 1836. Because it formed part of the Prince Miloš Residence at the time and was closed for the public, the people called it "Council's Park". After it was handed over to the Ministry of Finaces, it was renamed to "Financial Park". Since 2017 it is called "Gavrilo Princip Park", after Serbian hero who assassinated Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, which was used as a motiv for outbreak of the Great War (WWI).

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Also known as the University park, this public garden is located on Students` square, the oldest urban city square in Belgrade.

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Belgrade Fortress is situated on the hill, overlooking the confluence of the river Sava into the Danube. It started as a Roman military camp in the early 1st century AD, growing into a simple fortification, and over the time into a true and powerful fortress. Until present day it remained within the boundaries of the old town and city's center.

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Located in Takovska street, 10-minute walk from the National Assembly of Serbia and city center, this bothanical garden represents a true oasis in otherwise cold and hard urban surroundings.

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