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this mosque remaindered from ottoman era and in the past in belgrade were about 200 mosque but at now is only Bayraklee mosque which is has only one minaret and is a cubic one story building in old city of belgrade and internal decoration is...More
Located in Dorcol, which back in the day was known as Turkish Belgrade, (as told by our tour guide), built in the late 1500’s, stands the last mosque out of over 250 during Ottoman rule. Definitely worth a visit to get an appreciation of the...More
This is a really small mosque in a lovely part of town. A delightful historical building. Apparently it becomes a source of conflict at times of sporting events etc as it raises religious tensions. That is why there is often a police presence at the...More
Pretty small but nice monument, one of the few places remembering the times of Ottoman Empire. After the independence nearly all turkish city was demolished and replaced by western style buildings and alleys, so it is certainly a must for the people interested in the...More
A well-preserved 16th-century mosque in the affluent Dorćol neighborhood of Belgrade. The only one in the city and probably in all of northern Serbia. Favored by Bosniaks who live in Belgrade, and of course Turkish tourists.