Palilula, Belgrade

Palilula, Belgrade

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Palilula, Belgrade

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Palilula (Serbian Cyrillic: Палилула, ) is an urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It has the largest area of all municipalities of Belgrade.



Palilula is located east of Terazije in downtown Belgrade. Like majority of Belgrade's neighborhoods it has no firm boundaries and is roughly bordered by the Ruzveltova street and the municipality and neighborhood of Zvezdara on the east, neighborhood of Hadžipopovac in its own municipality on the north, neighborhood and municipality of Stari Grad and Jevremovac on the northwest (Jevremovac actually belongs to the neighborhood of Palilula, but administratively is part of Stari Grad), and the Tašmajdan and the King Alexander Boulevard on the south, bordering with the municipality of Vračar. Several small local communities which make this area had the combined population of 14,896 in 2002.


The neighborhood originates from the first half of the 18th century, when Habsburg Monarchy occupied northern Serbia 1717-1739. The settlement, built as an outer suburb of Belgrade, was originally named Karlstadt and was well known for agriculture and craftsmanship of its inhabitants. In the early 19th century, Palilula becomes overwhelmingly populated by the Serbs. In 1840 villagers of Palilula rejected the regulatory plan of Belgrade, on basis that projected new streets would be too wide, and later even tried to split from...
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