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Gardos - Tower of Sibinjanin Janko, Zemun
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For unmatched views of the city and the rest of Belgrade beyond, climb up to Gardos - Tower of Sibinjanin Janko, a memorial to Hungarian settlement in the region. Built in 1896, the tower represents various architectural styles, particularly Romanesque. Snap photos of its red bricks and spire-shaped rooftop and climb to the lookout point with a telescope to experience full panoramic views. Enter the tower to see a collection of analogue cameras and artistic photographs from Serbian and international artists. Ask for a leaflet at the entrance, which explains historical and cultural highlights of this locale. If climbing up to the tower by foot, be sure to wear comfortable shoes, as the hill is steep and the roads are mostly cobblestone. Use our Belgrade family vacation planner to visit Gardos - Tower of Sibinjanin Janko on your trip to Belgrade, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • It was near the fence that marked the border between the Austro-Hungarian Empire whose Zemun was part and the Ottoman Empire, which embraced Belgrade. Going up on the tower with a spiral staircase quite challenging (cost 2 Euros), you can enjoy a splendid view of the Danube and the city of Belgrade, to the dome of Saint Sava, which can be seen in the distance.
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  • Zemun i Beograd na dlanu. Kafić sa odličnim pogledom i ljubaznim osobljem. U blizini je i teatar za bogaćenje kulture. 
  • It is not old and you can get on the first plan. See why over in Zemun, but not a must
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