Karađorđe Monument, Belgrade

Žarkovo, Serbia

Karađorđe Monument, Belgrade

Karađorđe Monument (Serbian: Споменик Карађорђу, romanized: Spomenik Karađorđu) is either of two monuments in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The older one was built in 1913 in the Greater Kalemegdan section of the Belgrade Fortress and demolished by the occupying Austro-Hungarian forces in 1916 during World War I. The present monument was dedicated in 1979 on the Vračar plateau.