David’s Been Here is traveling in bookmarking websites of the nation and search of the greatest destinations through Serbia. Into the Medieval Fortress of Smederevo, David attracts us in this travel clip. Completed in 1439, this palace and walled-in town is among Europe’s biggest flat-ground fortresses, spanning a place of nearly 10.5 acres. After the capital of Belgrade dropped to the Empire, Smederevo’s Fortress was constructed with the intention of being the funding of Serbia. Requiring an extraordinary amount of time and manpower to construct, this chemical stands as the controversial structure in Serbia’s history. Ultimately falling into the Turks/Ottomans from the late 15th century, the fortress wasn’t returned to Serbia until the mid-late 19th century. If you love history and exploring structures, this fortress is a must-see!
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