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On first approach it looks like a fairly normal (interesting) fountain,
with a forlorn figure depicted laying down, with water pouring out of a urn.
Usually our knowledge would stop there, (as the explanation is in Serbian), however,
being on a free walking tour, our...More
This monument was built to commemorate the Čukur Fountain incident of 15 June 1862, starting with the death of a young boy and growing into a conflict between Serbia and the Ottoman Empire.
The memorial fountain was erected in 1931.
Here in Dobracina street, there is a beautiful small fountain with the bronze statue of a boy on the top of it. You can find it, descending from the building of National Theater and passing across the Gospodar Jevremova str. The place is memorised in...More
Cukur-fountain or in translation, deep fountain, and has a deep meaning for I Belgrade, historical significance. There is, to a large extent, determined the fate of this city. The whole event at Cukur-fountain has historical significance for Serbia because Turks are leaving after five vekova.Cukur...More
The fountain is nice and not big. The beautiful sculpture, a boy with the broken jewer, was built by famous Serbian sculptor (I like his works :)) Simeon Roksandić. It is located close to Belgrade center (about 5 min walk), in Dobracina street. It is...More