This is a full day tour program:
The Avala Tower was a symbol of pride and a famous landmark, not only for Belgrade and Serbia, but for the former Yugoslavia too. It is a 204.5 m (671 ft) tall telecommunication tower located on Avala Mountain in the periphery of Belgrade.
The belvedere on the top of the tower enables one to have an impressive panoramic view.
The Colossal Monument of the unknown hero is also on Mountain Avala, included in our tour to visit.
KARADJORDJEVA DYNASTY COMPLEX on the top of OPLENAC HILL in TOPOLA :
80km South of Belgrade in Topola Oplenac Karadjordjeva Dynasty Tour :
In Topola St George's Church also known as Oplenac, is the mausoleum of the Serbian and Yugoslav Royal House of Karađorđević located on top of the Oplenac Hill in the town of Topola, Serbia.
Tour includes visit St George’s Temple and Residence of the Dynasty on top of the hill of Oplenac and old Dynasty Winery. Besides its historical value, interior part of the church is like an artwork and due that it is worth to see it. Mosaics and figures in the curch are so nice and well done, having artistic value, for which copies from 60 Serbian medieval churches and monasteries had been brought to this church on Oplenac. The entire mosaic has 725 painted compositions (513 in the temple and 212 in the crypt), on which there are 1500 figures. The entire area of the mosaic is 3,500 square metres (38,000 sq ft); with 40 million various coloured pieces of glass which have 15 thousand different varieties of colour, making vivid artistic impression.
After 1947 it declared a cultural monument and open to visitors. Oplenac was added to the list of Monuments of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and it is protected by the state.