Orthodox Christian visitors should visit the Church of St. Sava, which is known as the second biggest church in the world (the first place is occupied by the Temple of Christ the Savior in Moscow).
In the memory of the great scientists has been opened the museum of Nicolas Tesla. The museum exhibits personal belongings and manuscripts of this outstanding inventor. Here you will find schemes, diagrams and other works of the great scientist. The museum also keeps his library and tiny models of his inventions.
If you visit Belgrade on summer, then you will definitely find visiting Ada Ciganlija district very appealing. Here are located the best recreation zone of the city, you can make a picnic in a shadowy park, swim and sunbathe on a beach, or take a walk in one of multiple parks. One more interesting action is driving on the suburbs on a retro train. All coaches are decorated in a retro style and the train will leisurely take you to all historical places of the country, and will bring unforgettable memories from such unusual ride.
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