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"History - 19th century" Top 5 Page for this destination Belgrade Favorite Tip by Prasnjavi

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(1806) Karadjordje set free Belgrade town and Belgrade became the capital of Serbia, again(1808) The Great School was established in Belgrade
(1813) The Turks recaptured Belgrade
(1815) Milos Obrenovic started the Second Serbian Insurrection
(1830) Sultan's hatiserif (charter) on Serbian autonomy
(1831) First printing-house in Belgrade was put into operation
(1835) First newspaper - "Novine srbske" was published in Belgrade
(1840) The First post office in Belgrade was opened(1841) Belgrade became the capital of the Princedom of Serbia in the first period of rule of Mihailo Obrenovic
(1855) First telegraphic line Belgrade - Aleksinac was established
(1862) Conflict at Cukur-cesma and bombardment of Belgrade town from the fortress under Turkish control led to international decision that the Turks must leave Belgrade (1867) In Kalemegdan, the Turkish commander of Belgrade Ali-Riza pasha gave the keys of Belgrade to Knez Mihailo. The Turks finally left Belgrade(1878) The Berlin Congress recognized the independence of Serbia
(1882) Serbia became a kingdom, and Belgrade its capita
(1883) First telephone lines were installed in Belgrade
(1884) Railway station and railway bridge over Sava were constructed
(1892) The first modern water supply network in Belgrade was put into operation
(1893) Electric lighting was introduced
(1894) The first electric tram was put into operation 1903 May coup d'etat - after the assassination of King Aleksandar Obrenovic, King Petar The First Karadjordjevic came to the throne of Serbia

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