Church of Saint Sava
Orthodox Christianity has historically been the dominant religion in Serbia, and thus, Belgrade is now home to one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. Built on the site where it is believed that Saint Sava is buried, on one of the highest hills in Belgrade, the church can be seen from all around the city. Its design was based on Istanbul’s Hagia Sofia, and the dome on the inside if filled with colourful and intricate mosaics. Although it was only built in 1935, and is still yet to be completed, the church is possibly the most stunning building in the city and a key site in Serbian culture.