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Clock Tower (Sahat Kula), Belgrade

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Serbia’s capital and largest city, Belgrade is also the country’s prime tourist destination and offers a large selection of places to stay. The diverse array of hotels includes everything from chain hotels to boutique establishments and bed and breakfasts, running the gamut in terms of luxury and price. With some exceptions, most hotels cluster in the city center or just a short walk or commute away. Young visitors attracted to Belgrade’s nightlife book beds or rooms in the numerous hostels. Alternatively, consider renting a fully-furnished apartment.
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  • The Clock Tower was visible when we entered the tower gate of Kalemegdan. As there would not be much to see on the top, so we just took some photos from outside and strolled to other parts of the fort...  more »
  • Positioned on the entrance of Kalemegdan and separates old town from city rush ... For small fee you can enter this tower and check out hot the clock is working and have a nice view on part of Kalemeg...  more »
  • I was walking around at the Belgrade Fortress when I run in to this masterpiece from the 18th century. It is a clock tower in Turkish style. The building of the Clock Tower started under the Austrians...  more »
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  • MAIN ENTRANCE to the Fortress can be found here. There are no other entrance near the river side of things, and the attraction over all is easy to get lost in. Signs are rare and paths destinations are not marked. The Fortress is neat to see though, and a must visit for Belgrade. The best part about the Fortress aside from historical significance, is that many places are not blocked off but just have signs warning of the dangers of leaving well marked trails.
  • Nice preserved clock tower, interesting to go inside.
  • Bit unattended and dangerous to climb or hang about.
  • Dangerous and unsafe to climb on the tower.
  • This place most to see.