Abstract:Niš is so rich with history, even people who live here can't presume how important this city is. We present you a stroll throughout the most different epoques of this city. Get in our history ride!
Visit to cultural-historical heritage
On the length of over 10 km, the Nišava group of monuments consists of eight tourist sites from different historical periods, starting from late Antiquity until 1999. Among them are some of the greatest sights and symbols of this city (Fortress, Čegar, Camp 12. Februar ...). This group extends on the right bank of Nišava and strategically represents the expanded northern branch of the main monument formation in Niš (T-zone). Due to the increasing importance of the northern parts of Niš, this group can also be percept as an independent entity that provides some sort of pedigree of the parts of Niš through which it extends. A variety of historical heritage, vivid street life and nice bars will make you spend most of your day in this part of Niš, which, by its dynamic development, comes before all other parts of the city.
Camp 12. February
Site of the first mass escape of prisoners in occupied Europe (February 12th 1942)
One of the best preserved Nazi camps from World War II in the Balkans
The Building of Moravian County (Banovina)
Memorials to the victims of the NATO aggression (1999)
Basilica with martyrium
Early Christian tomb
Saint Panteleimon Church
Place of the historical battle (1809) from the First Serbian Uprising (1804-1813). The visit includes a break for a short break