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Smederevo Fortress, Smederevo

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  • Wonderful views and walks around. Events are held at certain times. History comes alive at this beautiful fortress.  more »
  • During my first trip to Smederevo for work I could see the great fortress on the Danube outside heading downtown for a business dinner but was told inside is virtually empty with only a park and a small museum in the tower. From the outside is impressive with its row of towers along the walls. If I have more time we make a jump to see the Interior.
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  • Lepo je otići i videti tvrđavu ali samo nju i prošetati kroz prolaze i popeti se na kulu kao i pogledati Dunav i preko reke, jer je pogled divan.Što se tiče šetališta i aktivnosti za decu užas je.  more »
  • 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.