Robin Biznis November 23.2019 Belgrade, Serbia
In a past article, I promised tIn a past article, I promised to write about a monument in Belgrade’s monument built-in honor of Serbian Prince Mihajlo Obrenovic.
Here’s my promise.
The story tells the following:
Belgrade at that time was the small town that was the center of this meat. Across the road, the National Theater was already built thanks to Prince Mihajlo Obrenovic.
That is why the place was select where the monument to the Prince monument .
Just to mention that Prince Mihajlo Obrenovic loved and supported science, enlightened culture. He made money for Serbia’s progress in this field.
He built the National Theater, helps Vuk Karadzic and other Serbian writers and actors.
Its monument by Italian and sculptor Enriko Paci and building 1882.
The Prince is pointing his hand to the more liberated regions of the Turks. However, as a skilled diplomat, he managed to free most cities from Turkish rule.
He reigned in Serbia for two terms.
Prince Mihajlo Obrenovic lost his life after his June 10 1868 in Belgrade in assassination.
The citizens reproached the Italian sculptor for displaying the Prince on the monument without a hat.
Stories were circulating that the unfortunate sculptor had killed himself as a result.
However, these were just rumors.
Another bizarre thing is that Belgraders say “We’ll meet you by the horse” for the meeting place.
Of course that Horse a noble animal, but?