Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Great Importance

Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Exceptional Importance (Serbian: Просторне културно-историjске целине од изузетног значаjа/Prostorne kulturno-istorijske celine od izuzetnog značaja) are the monuments in the Republic of Serbia that have the highest level of the State protection, and some of them are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.[1]

Those are part of the Cultural Property of Great Importance protection list.

Picture Name Municipality/City Place, Address Year of inclusion Info
Knez Mihailova Street Stari Grad Belgrade
Knez Mihailova Street
1979
Old Čaršija Tešnjar Valjevo Valjevo 1979
Old Čaršija Novi Pazar Novi Pazar 1979
Negotin Wine Cellar's Complex
Rajac Wine Cellar
Rogljevo Wine Cellar
Štubik Wine Cellar
Negotin Rajac
Rogljevo
Štubik
1983
Topčider Rakovica and Savski venac Belgrade 1987
Stari Ras with Sopoćani Novi Pazar Novi Pazar 1987
Gazimestan Priština Gazimestan 1990
Fortress and the town of Bač Bač Bač 1990
Sremski Karlovci city core Sremski Karlovci Sremski Karlovci 1990
Fruška Gora with its monasteries and other monuments Bačka Palanka
Beočin
Inđija
Irig
Novi Sad
Sremska Mitrovica
Šid
1990
The area around Dositej's Lyceum Stari Grad Belgrade 1990

References

Further reading

  • at the site of the Ministry of Culture of Serbia (Serbian)
  • at www.spomenicikulture.mi.sanu.ac.rs

See also

sr:Списак споменика културе од изузетног значаја
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