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Knez Mihailova Street

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Knez Mihailova Street
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The main pedestrian street in Belgrade

Knez Mihajlova, 11000 Belgrade
The street is full of cafes and restaurants since it is main pedestrian zone.

Knez Mihailova Street, the pedestrian zone, and the shopping center is a protected cultural zone as one of the oldest and most valuable city complexes, with numerous representative buildings and urban houses dating from the late 70s of the 19th century. It is believed that in the Roman time here existed the center of the village Lux. In the period of Turkish time area of Knez Mihailova street was intersected with the small streets, houses with gardens, fountains, and mosques. In mid-nineteenth century in the upper part of the area of the street was the garden of Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic. The street was formed in 1867 as a part of the regulation plan of Belgrade. It became very popular and the rich merchant families, as well as influential politicians, built their houses in Knez Mihailova street. The lower floors were used for shops and the upper floor was residential.

Opening hours

Everyday: Open 24 Hours

How to get there

This is the most famous Belgrade street and it can be reached by walk from many points in the city.