Monument to liberators of Belgrade 1806


This is the oldest public monument in modern Serbia, located in Karađorđev park. It was erected by prince Aleksandar Karađorđevic in 1848 and renewed by king Aleksandar Obrenović in 1889 . It is dedicated to the liberators of Belgrade 1806, in the First Serbian Uprising (1804-1813). Leader of the Upraising was prince Aleksander’s father, famous Karadjordje ( ”Black Georgie”) Petrovic, the founder of the Karađorđevic royal family. The one of his camps was situated on this place, and after  liberation of Belgrade killed soldiers were buried here.

The monument is 547 centimeters high, made of stone with the cover of artificial rock

This song is dedicated to the liberation of Belgrade during the I Serbian uprising in 1806.  Clock strikes 7

Karađorđe Petrović

Karađorđe Petrović

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