The beautification process of painting mosaics has been started within the central dome and will be completed by the end of 2017. A subsequent phase will be completed to coincide with the 800th anniversary of the autocephaly of the Serbian Church in 2019.
Interesting things to see and visit while in Belgrade
5 Must See Places to Visit in Belgrade!
2. The Nikola Tesla Museum
The all pedestrian street in downtown Belgrade is lined with mansions and buildings that were built during the 1870's.
The street was named after Prince Michael Obrenovic of Serbia.
Named as one of Europe's most beautiful pedestrian areas.
Today the street is well known for shopping, outdoor cafes and restaurants.
The general flow the street is believed to be an ancient Roman route from when the city was called Singidunum.
During the Ottoman Empire occupation, the area had winding streets, fountains and gardens.