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Smederevo Fortress, Smederevo
(4.2/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • The fortress is located near the train station of the Smederevo town. And very big and the walls are coservati well. From here there is a beautiful view of the river Danube. People go here to walk around and take pictures (the spouses). Situated near Belgrade and if you are here for qualquni days and a nice idea to come. In the fortress there and a park
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  • A fortress with perfectly preserved walls and an inside them without buildings, from here you can enjoy a beautiful view of the river.
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  • Great place to visit and must place to visit when you re in Smederevo. Not only that you ll feel the dash of history but u ll really enjoy it as the view is amazing, park relaxing and calming, fortres...  more »
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  • Nice and pleasant place for a relaxing walk.
  • Interesting place, visit it if you have time.
  • Smederevo fortress is situated on a large plateau at the confluence of the Danube and Jezava rivers. According to area of 11ha with no external walls and towers and 14.5ha it is the largest lowland fortress that type in Europe. The fort is triangular base and contains Big and Small town. The Big town was buit around 1439, and the Small town around 1428.
  • The fortress itself is impressive and beautiful, however it is filled with rubbish and graffiti all over the walls. The entrance to the fortress is free, there is a lot to see and a massive open space with grass and trees. There is a 120 dinars charge to go up one of the towers. Bear in mind that the weather is key for this attraction - when it is foggy and not sunny it is not quite as nice, but I'm sure that in the summer it is stunning!!
  • Was the biggest after Constantinple's fortress in the middle age in whole Europe.