After many years of turbulent history, Serbia inherited a diverse religious structure. Most people in Serbia are Orthodox Christians (84.98%), followed by Roman Catholics (5.48%), Muslims (3.2%) and Jews (1.08%). The rest of religions present account for a small minority.
There are 46 Orthodox churches and 3 monasteries in Belgrade. Among the most important ones are St. Michael’s Cathedral, the St. Sava Church and St. Mark’s Church.
St. Michael’s Cathedral is commonly known among the city residents as Saborna Crkva. It’s located in the center of Belgrade, at the intersection of Kralja Petra and Kneza Sime Markovića streets.
St. Sava Church is one of the biggest Orthodox churches in the world situated in the top of the hill in Vračar neighbourhood. The temple can be seen from several places around the city giving an impressive view.
St. Mark’s Church is located in the vicinity of Palilula, in Tašmajadan park is one of the biggest in the country and has a Serbo-Byzantine style totally different than the rest ones.