Take a tour of Saint Sava Temple in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
On the glorious Serbian land of Belgrade, an exalted monument stands as a witness to the religion and history of this country.
The beauty of Saint Sava Temple is particularly defined by the impeccable white marble and lustrous golden crosses.
At a stately height of nearly 82 meters, it has been especially noted for the lovely mosaics which grace the interiors and 18 gold-plated crosses adorning its domes.
It was built to venerate Saint Lava, who played an exigent role in building Serbian history, and who is credited for being the founding patron of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
The silhouette of this colossal and admirable structure looms high over Belgrade's skyline.
At night, when the sun sets and the city lights are lit, this alluring church radiates with serenity in a seraphic white glow.