A photo I made less than a month ago.
A temple is positioned in highest point of Belgrade plateau and in place where it is believed a remnants of Saint Sava, a founder of Serbian Orthodox Church, has been burnt in 1595. by Ottoman Empire's Sinan Pasha.
The church is 91 m (298.5 ft) and 81 m (265.7 ft) wide, and 70 m (229.65 ft) tall, along with 12 m (39.4 ft) gold plated cross on top of it.
And, as you can see, it looks beautiful by night 🙂
There are two more photos in my Belgrade photo album.
Blogs I Follow
- Thrifty Campers
- A Walk with Wildlife
- The Spryte's blog
- The View From My Bowl
- Humanity in Syria is at risk
- Make every day a little bit special ♥
- Robin's Robins
- coisart's canvas
- A Sneak Peek On Things I Like
- A Canadian in Ireland
- The Fish Tank
- This Insubstantial Pageant Faded
- der Wandersmann