it's against the northeast walls of Belgrade Fortress and comes under the oldest church in the whole city. Well, there is no proof of this church origin, but yes this church has been gone through so many demolitions andrebuilds. The earlier mention was heard in the 1400s, but it was removed under the kingdom of the Ottoman Empire. So the current building is from the 19th century, after WWI. The facades of the church are clad with ivy, and the inside area has chandeliers that were made from the era of the first world war. It's one of the peaceful yet quite interesting spots for everyone. Also, it's part of top attractions in Belgrade, just because of its stunning natural beauty.