Buildings and structures in Sremski Karlovci

Buildings and structures in Sremski Karlovci

Famous buildings in Sremski Karlovci:

Educational historical buildings

*Gymnasium of Karlovci, first Serbian secondary school (gymnasium)
*Clerical High School of Saint Arsenije

Administrative buildings

*Sremski Karlovci City Hall

Religious buildings

*The Patriarchy Court, Sremski Karlovci
*The Orthodox cathedral of Saint Nikolaj
*The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity

Other buildings

*Fountain "Four Lions"
*The Chapel of Peace, Sremski Karlovci

ee also

*Sremski Karlovci

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