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The street follows the central grid layout of the Roman city of Singidunum. During Ottoman occupation, there were gardens, drinking-fountains and mosques along the street. In the middle of the 19th century, the upper part of the street bordered the garden of Knez Aleksandar Karađorđević. After the implementation of the regulation plan of Belgrade (1867), by Emilijan Josimović, the street soon gained its current look and architecture. Houses were built there by the most influential and wealthiest families of Belgrade society. In 1870, city authorities officially named this street - Ulica Kneza Mihaila (Prince Michael Street).
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COSTANTINO (68996) 2014-04-22 10:44
Hello dear friend
looking at your shot carefully everybody
can see many beautiful pictures painted
by different painters
interesting capture with impressive
nice shot the right timing
dekanski (5976) 2014-04-23 9:30
great moment. The only thing is the photo (for my taste) a little too dark!