Religious Buildings2019-02-13T00:54:40+00:00

Religious structures are an important part of the city’s cultural and historical heritage. In addition to many Orthodox churches and monasteries, Belgrade also has several Roman Catholic churches, two synagogues, a mosque and a number of places of worship for the members of other religious communities.

Rakovica Monastery

Categories: Rakovica, Religious Buildings|

Rakovica Monastery, with its church dedicated to the Holy Archangels, was built not far from Belgrade, in the valley of the river called RakovickaReka. [...]

Fenek Monastery

Categories: Religious Buildings, Surčin|

According to legend, Fenek Monastery and its church dedicated to Saint Paraskeva, which are located near Jakovo, were founded by Despot Stefan Branković and [...]

Rajinovac Monastery

Categories: Grocka, Religious Buildings|

Rajinovac Monastery and its church dedicatedtoThe Birth of the Blessed VirginMaryare located not far from Grocka, in the village of Begaljica. The first mention [...]

Tresije Monastery

Categories: Religious Buildings, Sopot|

The monastery is dedicated to the Council of the Holy Archangels. The name Tresije comes from the namesake stream in whose bed it was [...]