Immovable Cultural Heritage of Exceptional Importance (Serbia)

Immovable Cultural Heritage of Exceptional Importance (Serbian: Непокретна културна добра од изузетног значаја/Nepokretna kulturna dobra od izuzetnog značaja) are those objects of Immovable cultural heritage that enjoy the highest level of state protection in the Republic of Serbia. Immovable Cultural Heritage is classified as being of Exceptional Importance upon decision by the National Assembly of Serbia. They are inscribed in the Central Register of Immovable cultural property maintained by the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Serbia [sr].[1] Objects of Immovable cultural heritage have to fulfill one or more of those criteria defined in the Law on Cultural Heritage of 1994 in order to be categorized as being “of exceptional importance”:[2]

  1. exceptional importance for social, historical or cultural development of the people, or for the development of its natural environment;
  2. evidence of important historic events or persons and their work;
  3. unique (rare) example of human creativity of the time or a unique example from the natural history;
  4. great influence on the development of society, culture, technology, or science;
  5. exceptional artistic or aesthetic value.

According to the Law, there are four classes of Immovable Cultural Heritage: Cultural Monuments, Archaeological Sites, Historic Landmarks and Spatial Cultural-Historical Units. Objects in each of those classes can be categorized as being “of exceptional importance” by the National Assembly.

List of Cultural Heritage of Exceptional Importance[edit]

As of July 2020[update], there are currently 2592 objects of immovable cultural heritage inscribed in the Central Register, 200 of which are categorized as being “of exceptional importance” (155 cultural monuments, 18 archaeological sites, 16 historic landmarks and 11 spatial cultural-historical units).[1]

Key
* Those sites are located in the disputed territory of Kosovo.

Cultural monuments of Exceptional Importance[edit]

Number in the Central Register Picture Name City/Municipality Location
address
designated cultural heritage Exceptional importance since Comment
SK 1 Dositej’s Lyceum Belgrade / Stari Grad Belgrade
Gospodar Jevremova St. no. 21
10 August 1946 7 April 1979
SK 2 Princess Ljubica’s Residence Belgrade
Sime Markovića St. no. 8
5 September 1946 7 April 1979
SK 3 Belgrade Fortress Belgrade
Kalemegdan gornji grad nn
31 May 1965 7 April 1979
SK 5 Residence of Prince Miloš Belgrade
Rakovački put St. no. 2
2 December 1946 7 April 1979 (cluster “Complex of the Residence of Prince Miloš“)
SK 6 Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Topčider Belgrade / Savski Venac Belgrade
Vojvode Putnika St. no. 11
SK 7 Parish House in Topčider
SK 56 Obelisk in Topčider Park Belgrade
Topčider Park
28 May 1965
SK 12 Captain Miša’s Mansion Belgrade / Stari Grad Belgrade
Studentski Square no. 1
4 November 1974 7 April 1979
SK 52 Museum of 4 July Building Belgrade / Savski Venac Belgrade
Bulevar Oktobarske revolucije (Bulevar kneza Aleksandra Karađorđevića) no. 10
17 May 1965 7 April 1979
SK 54 Secret Partisan Print Shop Belgrade
Rajka Mitića St. no. 12 (formerly Banjički venac St.)
18 May 1965 7 April 1979
SK 82 Memorial Church in Lazarevac Belgrade / Lazarevac Lazarevac 7 November 1966 7 April 1979
SK 97 Saborna crkva Belgrade / Stari Grad Belgrade
Kneza Sime Markovića St. no. 3
25 March 1968 7 April 1979
SK 128 Despot Stefan Lazarević Memorial Belgrade / Mladenovac Markovac

Crkvine

3 December 1974 7 April 1979
SK 140 Manasija monastery Despotovac Despotovac 5 March 1948 7 April 1979
SK 155 Đurđevi Stupovi Novi Pazar Vrbolazi 26 August 1947 7 April 1979 World Heritage Site “Stari Ras and Sopoćani”[3]
SK 156 Sopoćani Doljani 26 August 1947 7 April 1979
SK 182 Petrova Church Novi Pazar 18 December 1948 7 April 1979
SK 534 Stari Ras Bubregovići, Sebečevo 22 August 1947 7 April 1979
SK 157 Lazarica with Kruševac Fortress Kruševac Kruševac 9 September 1947 7 April 1979
SK 158 Studenica monastery Kraljevo Brezova 23 October 1947 7 April 1979 World Heritage Site
SK 159 Žiča Kruševica 25 October 1947 7 April 1979
SK 160 Gradac monastery Raška Gradac 25 October 1947 7 April 1979
SK 161 Mileševa Prijepolje Mileševo 23 October 1947 7 April 1979
SK 162 St. Achillius Church (Arilje Monastery) Arilje Arilje 25 October 1947 7 April 1979
SK 167 Banja Monastery Priboj Banja 23 February 1948 7 April 1979
SK 168 Maglič Kraljevo Maglič 1 March 1948 7 April 1979
SK 183 Ljubostinja Trstenik Prnjavor 22 December 1948 7 April 1979
SK 184 Monument to the Unknown Hero Belgrade / Voždovac Beli Potok on Avala 18 December 1984 5 December 1987
SK 191 Museum of 1941 Upraising (National Bank Building) Užice Užice
Corner of Titova St. and Heroja Dejovića St. no 18
29 April 1949 (as a single monument “Historical Buildings of Titovo Užice“) 7 April 1979 Today National Museum of Užice
Partisan printing house “Borba” Užice
Miloša Markovića St. no. 95
7 April 1979 Two buildings. Today used as the Dormitory for the Secondary School Students.
Headquarters of the Main People’s Liberation Committee of Serbia Užice
Vuka Karadžića St. no. 8
7 April 1979 Today occupied by the Music School “Vojislav-Lale Stefanović”.
Partisan Hospital Krčagovo 21 July 1983 The complex includes three buildings.
Plant nursery Krčagovo 7 April 1979 Today used for housing.
SK 207 Church of Saint Nicolas (St. Nicholas’ Monastery) Kuršumlija Kuršumlija 18 November 1947 7 April 1979
SK 208 Church (Monastery) of the Holy Mother of God Kuršumlija 18 November 1947 7 April 1979 Only the ruins remain.
SK 218 Skull Tower Niš / Mediana Niš
Bulevar dr Zorana Đinđića (formerly Bulevar braće Tasković) no. 78
6 May 1948 7 April 1979
SK 223 Hajduk Veljko’s Powder Magazine Negotin Negotin 13 March 1950 7 April 1979 Located inside the churchyard of the new Church.
SK 224 Prohor Pčinjski Monastery Bujanovac Klenike 23 September 1950 7 April 1979 Prohor Pčinjski Monastery” and “Memorial Rooms in Prohor Pčinjski” were separately categorized as Monuments of Culture of Exceptional Importance. However, they are inscribed in the Central Register as one monument.
Memorial Rooms in Prohor Pčinjski 22 July 1989
SK 240 Niš concentration camp (Memorial complex “12 February”) Niš / Crveni Krst Niš
12. februara St. nn
13 May 1977 7 April 1979
SK 244 Ravanica Ćuprija Senje 5 March 1948 7 April 1979
SK 245 Kalenić monastery Rekovac Kalenićki Prnjavor 10 March 1948 7 April 1979
SK 261 Mausoleum Church in Oplenac Topola Topola selo 16 June 1970 7 April 1979
SK 270 House of Svetozar Marković Kragujevac Kragujevac
Svetozara Markovića St. no. 21 (previously no. 23)
17 January 1948 7 April 1979
SK 271 District Courthouse Kragujevac
Vojvode Radomira Putnika Square no. 4
5 May 1969 7 April 1979
SK 290 Early Byzantine Tomb with Frescoes Niš / Pantelej Niš
Živorada Kostića Moravca St.
25 January 1949 7 April 1979
SK 295 Old house (Hristić family House) Pirot Pirot
Nikole Pašića St. no.49
3 June 1970 7 April 1979
SK 344 Sobrašice of Lužnice Kragujevac Lužnice 20 March 1968 7 April 1979 Located inside the churchyard.
SK 407 Church of Sts. Peter and Paul Požega Gornja Dobrinja 29 May 1974 7 April 1979
SK 457 Memorial chapel with the crypt Šabac Prnjavor 12 December 1962 7 April 1979
SK 483 House of Dimitrije Tucović Čajetina Gostilje 2 March 1950 7 April 1979
SK 493 Partisan Hospital Prijepolje Prijepolje 26 January 1952 7 April 1979 Conserved remains
SK 502 Takovo complex (Wooden Church with the Second Serbian Uprising memorial) Gornji Milanovac Takovo 17 April 1970 7 April 1979
SK 515 Stari Han (Moljković’s Inn) Užice Kremna 24 August 1975 7 April 1979 The building is in the extreme state of disrepair.
SK 523 St. Peter and Paul’s Church Čajetina Sirogojno 16 June 1980 21 July 1983
SK 525 Wooden Church Bajina Bašta Dub 31 March 1981 21 July 1983
SK 538 Smederevo fortress Smederevo Smederevo 8 October 1946 7 April 1979
SK 539 Pokajnica Monastery Velika Plana Staro Selo 20 December 1948 7 April 1979
SK 609 Tabula Traiana Kladovo Tekija 22 November 1949 7 April 1979 Part of the Roman Limes
SK 675 Wine cellar Čačak Atenica 19 March 1971 7 April 1979
SK 977 Golubac Fortress Golubac Golubac 1 March 1948 7 April 1979
SK 1013 Bođani monastery Bač Bođani 4 December 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1014 Franciscan Cloister Bač
Maršala Tita St. no. 10
30 May 1951 3 December 1990
SK 1015 Dunđerski Palace Bačka Palanka Čelarevo

Proleterska St. no. 15

7 May 1970 3 December 1990
SK 1016 Neštin House Neštin
Sutjeska St. no. 27 (formerly Koče Popovića St. no. 34)
21 May 1968 3 December 1990
SK 1017 Bački Petrovac House Bački Petrovac Bački Petrovac
B. Mokića St. no. 7
25 May 1965 3 December 1990
SK 1018 Beočin monastery Beočin Beočin 22 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1019 Rakovac monastery Beočin 22 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1020 Mesić monastery Vršac Mesić 10 March 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1021 Church of Saint Nicholas Inđija Stari Slankamen

Stepenice

16 August 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1022 Velika Remeta monastery Irig Velika Remeta 22 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1023 Vrdnik-Ravanica monastery Vrdnik 6 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1024 Grgeteg monastery Grgeteg 22 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1025 Jazak monastery Jazak 7 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1026 Mala Remeta monastery Mala Remeta 7 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1027 Candlemas Church Krušedol Selo 27 April 1957 3 December 1990
SK 1028 Suvača Kikinda Kikinda
Nemanjina St. no. 118 (corner of Moravska and Nemanjina streets)
17 May 1951 3 December 1990
SK 1029 St. George’s Romanian Orthodox Church Kovačica Uzdin

Maršala Tita St. no. 141

6 April 1961 3 December 1990
SK 1030 Arača Novi Bečej Novi Bečej

outside of the town

16 February 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1031 Complex of Buildings with Household Pećinci Karlovčić
Špajanska St. no. 50
3 June 1976 3 December 1990
SK 1032 Ogar House Ogar
Šumska St. no. 29
3 October 1973 3 December 1990
SK 1033 Divša (Đipša) Monastery Sremska Mitrovica Divoš 7 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1034 Patriarchate of Karlovci Sremski Karlovci Sremski Karlovci
Branka Radičevića Square no. 8
21 April 1951 3 December 1990
SK 1035 Subotica Synagogue Subotica Subotica

Jakaba i Komora Square no. 4

8 April 1975 3 December 1990
SK 1036 Subotica City Hall Subotica
Maršala Tita Square
14 March 1967 3 December 1990
SK 1037 Roman Catholic Church in Čoka Čoka Čoka
Potiska St. no. 1
20 January 1972 3 December 1990
SK 1038 Privina Glava monastery Šid Privina Glava

Vuka Karadžića St.

6 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1039 “Šlajz” Lock Bečej Bečej 22 June 1983 3 December 1990
SK 1040 Krušedol monastery Irig Krušedol Selo 22 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1041 Novo Hopovo monastery near Irig 7 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1042 Staro Hopovo monastery near Irig 7 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1043 Church of St. Nicholas Kikinda Kikinda
Srpskih dobrovoljaca Square no. 28
14 December 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1044 Church of St. Luke Pećinci Kupinovo
Branka Madžarevića St. no. 144
18 May 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1045 Kuveždin monastery Sremska Mitrovica Divoš 23 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1046 Petkovica monastery Šišatovac 6 December 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1047 Old Church of St. Stephen Sremska Mitrovica

Muzejska St.

18 October 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1048 Granary and Corn Crib Stara Pazova Golubinci
Pazovačka St. no. 64
12 September 1974 3 December 1990 (cluster of two monuments)
SK 1049 Granary and Corn Crib Golubinci
Pazovačka St. no. 42
7 September 1974
SK 1050 Šišatovac monastery Sremska Mitrovica Šišatovac 22 November 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1051 Church of the Transfiguration Pančevo Pančevo

Dimitrija Tucovića St. no. 73

21 June 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1052 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas Pećinci Sibač 3 October 1969 3 December 1990
SK 1053 The Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Nikolaj Sremski Karlovci Sremski Karlovci
Branka Radičevića Square no. 6
18 July 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1078 Miloš Obrenović’s House Gornji Milanovac Gornja Crnuća 5 November 1993 14 April 2000
SK 1154 Almaška Church Novi Sad Novi Sad
Almaška St. no. 15
6 August 1948 (iconostasis) 3 December 1990
SK 1156 Church of The Assumption Novi Sad
Uspenska St.
6 August 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1174 Church of St. John Sombor Sombor

Njegoševa St. no. 12

20 September 1950 3 December 1990
SK 1207 Serbian Orthodox Church in Čurug Žabalj Čurug

Kralja Petra I St.

25 May 1950 (iconostasis)
12 February 1971 (whole building)
3 December 1990
SK 1211 Orthodox Church in Vilovo Titel Vilovo

Žarka Zrenjanina St. no. 4

26 June 1957 3 December 1990
SK 1238 Serbian Orthodox Church in Mokrin Kikinda Mokrin 18 June 1949 (iconostasis)
23 April 1969 (whole building)
3 December 1990
SK 1366 Holy Archangels’ Monastery* Prizren Jablanica 30 March 1948 4 June 1990 Looted and devastated in June–July 1999 by the Albanians,[4] the 14th century Pine of Tsar Dušan was cut down and burned.[5]
SK 1367 Gračanica monastery* Pristina Gračanica 25 October 1947 4 June 1990 World Heritage Site
SK 1368 Visoki Dečani* Dečani Dečane 25 October 1947 4 June 1990 World Heritage Site
SK 1369 Bogorodica Ljeviška* Prizren Prizren
Kralja Milutina St. no. 40
11 March 1948 4 June 1990 World Heritage Site.
Burned and desecrated by Albanians in 2004.[6]
SK 1370 Patriarchate of Peć* Peć Peć 25 October 1947 4 June 1990 World Heritage Site
SK 1371 Banjska monastery* Zvečan Banjska 26 August 1947 4 June 1990
SK 1372 Terzijski Bridge* Đakovica Bistražin 22 December 1962 4 June 1990
SK 1373 Vojinovića Bridge* Vučitrn Vučitrn
R. Dedovića St.
11 June 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1374 Medieval palace of Vučitrn (Vojinović Tower)* Vučitrn 19 May 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1375 (Remains of the) Serbian Orthodox Church (Monastery) of St. Barbara* Gnjilane Kmetovce 10 July 1963 3 December 1990
SK 1376 Wooden house of Loćane (Danilović House)* Dečani Loćane 22 May 1958 3 December 1990 Burned and destroyed by the Albanians.[6]
SK 1377 Hadum Mosque* Đakovica Đakovica 19 February 1955 3 December 1990
SK 1378 Gorioč monastery* Istok near Istok 14 July 1958 3 December 1990
SK 1379 Bogorodica Hvostanska (Remains)* Studenica 10 July 1963 3 December 1990
SK 1380 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. John the Baptist* Crkolez 16 April 1958 3 December 1990
SK 1381 St. Nicholas’ Serbian Orthodox Church in Đurakovac* Đurakovac 9 July 1955 3 December 1990 Burned and razed to the ground by the Albanians in 1999.[6]
SK 1382 Remains of St. Peter and Paul’s Monastery* Klina Dobra Voda 16 April 1958 3 December 1990 (cluster “Churches in the White Drin valley”) Partly demolished and desecrated by the Albanians in 1999.
SK 1383 Serbian Orthodox Church of the Presentation of the Virgin* Dolac In July 1999, Albanians vandalized the church and smashed the altar table to pieces. In August, the church was blown up and leveled.[7]
SK 1384 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Parascheva* Drsnik After the arrival of Italian KFOR forces into the area, the church was vandalized, set on fire and seriously damaged by Albanians using explosives, in June 1999.[8]
SK 1385 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas* Mlečane
SK 1386 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas* Čabić The church was mined and completely demolished by the Albanians in 1999.
SK 1387 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas* Kijevo Albanians mined the building in July 1999. The building collapsed entirely. Crosses and tombstones at the cemetery were also destroyed.[9]
SK 1388 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Demetrius – Donja Crkva (Lower Church)* Pograđe
SK 1389 Gornja Crkva (Upper Church)* Pograđe Desecrated by the Albanians in 1999.
SK 1390 Serbian Orthodox Church of the Presentation of the Virgin* Kosovska Kamenica Vaganeš 9 July 1955 3 December 1990 Vandalized by the Albanians in 1999.[6]
SK 1391 Ubožac Monastery (Rđavac)* Močare 9 July 1955 3 December 1990
SK 1392 Serbian Orthodox Church of the Presentation of the Virgin* Lipljan Lipljan 19 October 1949 3 December 1990
SK 1393 Old medieval city of Novo Brdo* Novo Brdo Novo Brdo 28 February 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1394 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas* Orahovac Velika Hoča 16 April 1958 3 December 1990
SK 1395 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. John the Baptist* Velika Hoča
SK 1396 Holy Transfiguration Church* Klina Budisavci 19 February 1952 3 December 1990
SK 1397 Bajrakli Mosque* Peć Peć 31 December 1957 3 December 1990
SK 1398 Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Jeremiah* Goraždevac 16 April 1958 3 December 1990
SK 1399 Kaljaja Fortress* Prizren Prizren 24 September 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1400 Hermitage of St. Peter of Koriša* Kabaš near Koriša 16 December 1950 3 December 1990
SK 1401 Church of Holy Salvation* Prizren
Šumadijske Divizije St. nn
27. 09.1948 3 December 1990 Destroyed by Albanians[6] during 2004 unrest
SK 1402 Church of St. Nicholas* Prizren
Miladina Popovića St. no. 3
29 May 1962 3 December 1990 Heavily damaged by Albanians in 1999, and again in 2004,[6] later renovated.
SK 1404 Church of the Holy Virgin in Sredska* Sredska
Pejčići
16 December 1950 3 December 1990 (cluster “Churches of Sredačka Župa“)
SK 1403 St. George’s Church in Sredska* Sredska
Milačići
20 December 1956
SK 1405 St. Nicholas’ Church* Mušnikovo
SK 1406 St. Parascheva (St. Peter and Paul’s) Church* Mušnikovo
SK 1407 St. Nicholas’ Church* Bogoševce
SK 1408 St. George’s Church* Gornje Selo 16 April 1958
SK 1409 St. Nicholas’ Church* Drajčići
SK 1410 Sinan Pasha’s Mosque* Prizren
Sime Igumanova St. nn
27 September 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1411 Old Hamam* Prizren
Kralja Petra I Oslobodioca St. nn
18. 09.1954 3 December 1990
SK 1412 Imperial Mosque* Pristina Pristina
Dunavska St.
17 September 1953 3 December 1990
SK 1413 Devič* Srbica Lauša 24 March 1948 3 December 1990 Heavily burned and damaged by the Albanians in 1999.[6]
SK 1414 The church of the Holy Virgin Hodegetria* Suva Reka Mušutište 27 November 1948 3 December 1990 Completely destroyed by the Albanians in 1999.[6]
SK 1415 Saint George Church* Rečane 11 September 1953 3 December 1990 The church was demolished by the Albanians in 1999.
SK 1416 Medieval Serbian City of Zvečan* Zvečan Zvečan 29 August 1947 3 December 1990
SK 1417 Nerodimlje Medieval Town with St. Nicholas’ Church and Ruins of Byzantine basilica* Uroševac Gornje Nerodimlje 31 December 1967 3 December 1990 (cluster “Monuments of Nerodimlje“)
SK 1418 Mali and Veliki Petrič Medieval Fortresses* Gornje Nerodimlje
Jezerce
SK 1419 Church of Dormition of the Virgin – “Monastery of St. Uroš”* Gornje Nerodimlje
Jezerce
29 December 1966 Albanians completely destroyed the monastery, using explosives, in 1999.[10]
SK 1420 Church of the Holy Archangels* Gornje Nerodimlje 19 July 1966 The church was looted and set on fire by the Albanians in 1999. A giant black pine tree was cut down and burned. The church cemetery was desecrated and the tombstones knocked over and damaged.[11]
Church of St Stephen* Donje Nerodimlje The Church of St Stephen in Donje Nerodimlje was classified as a Cultural Monument of Exceptional Importance by the National Assembly as part of the cluster “Monuments of Nerodimlje”, although it has never been proclaimed a Cultural Heritage at the first place. Thus, it is not inscribed into the Central Register.
It was demolished, burned, and destroyed by explosive by the Albanians in 1999.[12]
Church of St George in Gornja Bitinja* Štrpce Gornja Bitinja 3 December 1990 (cluster “Churches of Sirinićka Župa“) The Church of St George in Gornja Bitinja was classified as a Cultural Monument of Exceptional Importance by the National Assembly as part of the cluster “Churches of Sirinićka Župa”, although it has never been proclaimed a Cultural Heritage at the first place. Thus, it is not inscribed in the Central Register.[13]
SK 1421 St. Theodor Tyron’s Church in Donja Bitinja* Donja Bitinja 16 April 1958
SK 1422 St. Nicholas’ Church in Gotovuša* Gotovuša
SK 1423 St. Nicholas’ Church in Štrpce* Štrpce 7 February 1967
SK 1424 Vojlovica monastery Pančevo Pančevo
Spoljnostarčevačka St. nn
29 July 1948 (iconostasis)
23 April 1969 (whole building)
3 December 1990
SK 1425 Bishop’s palace Vršac Vršac
Dvorska St. no. 20
24 January 1968 3 December 1990
SK 1449 Church of the Holy Protection of the Virgin – Sokolica* Zvečan Veliko Rudare
Boljetin
25 December 1948 3 December 1990
SK 1451 St. Gabriel’s Church Šid Molovin

Branka Radičevića St.

1 August 1951 3 December 1990
SK 1469 “Mačkov Kamen” Complex Ljubovija Crnča
on top of the Jagodnja mountain
25 November 1976 7 April 1979
Kadinjača Užice Zaglavak 7 April 1979 Kadinjača was classified as a Cultural Monument of Exceptional Importance by the National Assembly, although it has never been proclaimed a Cultural Heritage at the first place. Thus, it is not inscribed into the Central Register.[14]

Archeological Sites of Exceptional Importance[edit]

Number in the Central Register Photo Name City/Municipality Location
address
designated cultural heritage Exceptional importance since Comment
AN 5 Vinča-Belo Brdo Belgrade / Grocka Vinča 30 March 1950 7 April 1979
AN 22 Mediana – Brzi Brod Niš / Medijana Brzi Brod

Bulevar Svetog cara Konstantina

9 February 1949 7 April 1979
AN 24 Justiniana Prima Lebane Prekopčelica 12 February 1949 7 April 1979
AN 26 Mramorje Bajina Bašta Perućac 25 September 1968 7 April 1979 UNESCO World Heritage SiteMedieval Tomstones – Stećci
AN 33 Velika humka Požega Pilatovići 29 April 1980 21 July 1983
AN 39 Rudna Glava Majdanpek Rudna Glava 24 June 1981 21 July 1983
AN 40 Gamzigrad–Romuliana (The Palace of Galerius) Zaječar Gamzigradska Banja 19 March 1948 7 April 1979 UNESCO World Heritage Site
AN 44 Pontes with Trajan’s Bridge Kladovo Kladovo 28 March 1981 21 July 1983
AN 45 Lepenski Vir Majdanpek Boljetin 26 May 1966 7 April 1979
AN 103 Diana Fortress (Karataš) Kladovo Novi Sip 27 February 1965 21 July 1983
AN 104 Starčevo site (Grad) Pančevo Starčevo 8 April 1957 3 December 1990
AN 105 Bassianae Ruma Donji Petrovci 15 October 1947 3 December 1990
AN 106 Sirmium Sremska Mitrovica Sremska Mitrovica 9 December 1948 3 December 1990
AN 107 Židovar Vršac Orešac 16 October 1978 3 December 1990
AN 108 Gomolava Ruma Hrtkovci 30 December 1950 3 December 1990
AN 109 Čibska šuma Bačka Palanka Čelarevo 28 November 1972 3 December 1990
AN 123 Kalvarija (Titelski plato) Titel Titel
outside of the town
16 February 1971 3 December 1990
AN 124 Ulpiana* Priština Gračanica 22 April 1955 4 June 1990
AN 140 Viminacium Požarevac / Kostolac Stari Kostolac 15 March 1949 7 April 1979
Kraku Lu Jordan Kučevo Brodica 21 July 1983 Kraku Lu Jordan was classified as an Archaeological Site of Exceptional Importance by the National Assembly, although it was never proclaimed a Cultural Heritage at the first place. Thus, it is not inscribed into the Central Register.

Historic Landmarks of Exceptional Importance[edit]

Number in the Central Register Photo Landmark City/Municipality Location
address
designated cultural heritage Exceptional importance since Comment
ZM 6 Bela Crkva Memorial Complex Krupanj Bela Crkva 28 April 1949 7 April 1979 Site of the Uprising in Serbia (1941) includes: former kafana building, municipal building, old school and church, with several monuments and memorials.
ZM 7 Bubanj Memorial Park Niš / Palilula Bubanj 30 May 1973 7 April 1979
ZM 9 Šumarice Memorial Park Kragujevac Kragujevac 27 December 1979 7 April 1979
ZM 12 Kraljevo Memorial Park Kraljevo Kraljevo 1 June 1984 21 July 1983 Site of the Kraljevo massacre
ZM 13 Čegar Niš / Pantelej Kamenica 7 April 1983 21 July 1983
ZM 15 Stolice site Krupanj Krupanj
Stolice
19 July 1949 7 April 1979 Building in which the Stolice conference was held.
ZM 16 Marićevića jaruga Aranđelovac Orašac 24 June 1983 7 April 1979
ZM 18 Memorial ComplexBoško Buha Prijepolje Jabuka 30 May 1986 5 December 1987
ZM 19 “Takovski grm” Memorial Complex Gornji Milanovac Takovo 6 July 1990 14 April 2000
ZM 21 Radovanjski Lug Velika Plana Radovanje 27 May 1971 7 April 1979
ZM 26 Chapel of Peace (Site of the signing of Treaty of Karlowitz) Sremski Karlovci Sremski Karlovci
Sremska St.
23 May 1963 3 December 1990
ZM 27 Site of the Battle of Slankamen Inđija Stari Slankamen 27 March 1969 3 December 1990
ZM 28 Site of the Battle of Petrovaradin (Vezirac Hill Memorial) Novi Sad / Petrovaradin Petrovaradin 2 April 1968 3 December 1990
ZM 39 Idvor Memorial Complex Kovačica Idvor
Mihajla Pupina St. no. 39
28 July 1977 3 December 1990 Complex includes: Birthouse of Michael Pupin, School he attended, Michael Pupin Foundation building and Pupin House.
ZM 41 Memorial Complex “Syrmian Front Šid Adaševci 29 December 1994 3 December 1990
ZM 42 Ljubić Memorial Complex Čačak Ljubić 24 February 1971 21 July 1983
ZM 60 Memorial Ossuary on Mount Cer Loznica Tekeriš 26 September 2001 7 April 1979
ZM 61 Birth house of Vuk Karadžić Tršić 31 October 2002 7 April 1979
Site of the Battle of Senta[15] Senta Senta
Porong
3 December 1990 Site of the Battle of Senta was classified as a Historic Landmark of Exceptional Importance by the National Assembly, although it was never proclaimed a Cultural Heritage at the first place. Thus, it is not inscribed into the Central Register.

Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Exceptional Importance[edit]

Number in the Central Register Picture Name City/Municipality Location
address
designated cultural heritage Exceptional importance since Comment
PKIC 1 Knez Mihailova Street Belgrade / Stari Grad Belgrade
Knez Mihailova St.
6 April 1964 7 April 1979 From the Kalemegdan Park to the Obilićev Venac Street.
PKIC 7 Old Čaršija Tešnjar Valjevo Valjevo 5 March 1969 7 April 1979
PKIC 22 Novi Pazar Fortress with the Old Bazaar and Altun Alem Mosque Complex Novi Pazar Novi Pazar 7 June 1985 7 April 1979
PKIC 26 Gornja Dobrinja Complex Požega Gornja Dobrinja 17 October 1991 7 April 1979 The complex includes the Church of St. Peter and Paul (itself designated a Cultural Monument of Exceptional importance), the warehouse, several tombstones and Prince Miloš birthplace memorial.
PKIC 10 Štubik Wine Cellars Negotin Štubik 8 June 1980 21 July 1983 (as a single complex “Negotin Wine Cellars”)
PKIC 14 Rajac and Rogljevo wine cellars complex Rajac and
Rogljevo
23 February 1983
PKIC 16 Topčider Belgrade / Rakovica

Belgrade / Savski venac

Belgrade 9 July 1987 5 December 1987
PKIC 18 Area around Dositej’s Lyceum Belgrade / Stari Grad Belgrade 23 November 1989 3 December 1990 Streets: Cara Uroša, Kralja Petra, Gospodar Jevremova, Gospodar Jovanova, Kapetan Mišina, Simina, Braće Jugovića, Kneginje Ljubice, Studentski Square, Zmaja od Noćaja, Višnjićeva
PKIC 24 Stari Ras Monumental Area Novi Pazar Novi Pazar 24 November 1978 5 December 1987 World Heritage Site “Stari Ras and Sopoćani”.[3] Stari Ras Monumental Area includes: Ras Fortress with Suburb (Pazarište), Petrova Church, Đurđevi Stupovi Monastery and Sopoćani Monastery (all four designated as Cultural Monuments of Exceptional Importance on their own).
PKIC 47 Sremski Karlovci city core Sremski Karlovci Sremski Karlovci 18 July 1949 3 December 1990
PKIC 52 Bač Fortress Bač Bač
Bačke tvrđave St.
30 July 1948 3 December 1990
PKIC 59 |Gazimestan Memorial Complex* Priština Priština
Gazimestan
10 May 1950 4 June 1990
PKIC 74 Military Technical Institute Complex Kragujevac Kragujevac
Vojno-tehnički zavod, Pirotehnika
25 March 2014 12 February 2016
PKIC 84 “Staro selo” Etno Complex Čajetina Sirogojno 27 November 1985 21 July 1983 The Complex includes: Church Sts. Peter and Paul (itself designated a Cultural Monument of Exceptional importance), graveyard and Rural ethno-complex.
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3 December 1990 Fruška Gora with Monasteries and Other Monuments” was classified a Spatial Cultural-Historical Unit of Exceptional Importance by the National Assembly, although it has never been proclaimed a Cultural Heritage at the first place. Thus, it is not inscribed into the Central Register.[16]
Includes the whole Fruška Gora National Park.

Most of the monasteries are inscribed separately as Cultural monuments.

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