Belgrade churches – Belgrade churches, St. Michael’s Cathedral is one of the largest ecclesiastical buildings constructed in the Principality of Serbia. It is near city center in Kneza Sime Markovica Street built in classicism style and can receive between 650 and 850 believers.
Serbian painter Avramovic depicted a total of 628 m2 of Cathedral’s interior and immensely contributed to its magnificence. In St. Michael’s Cathedral are kept the relics of prince Stefan Stiljanovic, one part of the relics of prince Lazar, Saint Jovan of Shangai and Emperor Uros the Weak.
Along the south wall of the Cathedral is the tomb of Prince Milos and his son Mihailo Obrenovic, and tombs of great Serbian educators Vuk Karadzic and Dositej Obradovic.
Cathedral of St. Michael’s is a very important cultural monument – representing the invaluable historical heritage of Belgrade in the first half of the 19th century, which was growing around the Cathedral. St. Michael’s Cathedral in Belgrade was even then an ecclesiastical and, at the same time both cultural and governing center.
The Cathedral was headquarters in the struggle of liberation of Turkish slavery and final independence of Turkish centralism.
Near Cathedral was an old Serbian cemetery where were buried prominent Serbs of that age. The cemetery was where Kosancicev venac, parts of Kralja Petra and Zadarska streets are today. In time, the cemetery slowly grew, so a part of it was on the ground of the Cathedral’s churchyard.
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