Capitals of Serbia

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This is a list of the historical capitals of Serbian statehood:

Capital Timeline Notes
Stari Ras.jpg Ras  ?–960 capital of the Serbian Principality under the Vlastimirović dynasty.
Petrova crkva.JPG Ras fl. 969–976 capital of the Byzantine Catepanate of Ras.
Fired-brick ruins at the ancient Roman city of Sirmium, Serbia.jpg Sirmium ca. 1018–1071 capital of the Byzantine Theme of Sirmium.
Stari Ras ca. 1050–1148 capital of the Principality of Duklja under the Vojislavljević dynasty.
Stari Ras ca. 1083–1166 capital of the Serbian Grand Principality (at Ras) under the Vukanović dynasty.
Manastir Svetog Nikole u Kuršumliji.JPG Bele Crkve ca. 1166–1168[citation needed] First capital of the Serbian Grand Principality under Stefan Nemanja.
Stari Nis.jpg Niš ca. 1183–1191 capital of the Serbian Grand Principality under Stefan Nemanja.
Deževo, Debrc and Belgrade 1276–1282 capitals of Stefan Dragutin's Kingdom (in Syrmia)
KaleFortress-Skopje1.JPG Skopje 1282–1321 Capital of King Stefan Milutin (r. 1282–1321).
Kanjon Bistrice sa Kaljaje.jpg Prizren 1300–1345 capital of Serbia.
Σέρρες - Πύργος του Ορέστη.jpg Serres 1345–1371 capital of Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan.
Kalefortentranceskopje.JPG Skoplje 1345–1371 capital of Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan.
Novobrdo1.jpg Priština 1371–1389
Don Zon kula.jpg Kruševac 1371–1389 capital of the state of Lazar Hrebeljanović.
Beogradska tvrđava 0101 35.JPG Belgrade 1404–1430 Serbian Despotate (1404–1430).
Smederevo fortress.jpg Smederevo 1430–1453 capital of Serbian Despotate (1430–1459).
Kapija Karla VI.jpg Belgrade 1718–1739 capital of the Habsburg Kingdom of Serbia (1718–39).
Oplenac 072.jpg Topola 1805–1813 capital of Revolutionary Serbia under Karadjordje, during the First Serbian Uprising.
Milošev konak.jpg Gornja Crnuća 1815–1818 capital of Revolutionary Serbia under Miloš Obrenović, during the Second Serbian Uprising
King-Peter's-street.jpg Kragujevac 1818–June 12, 1839 capital of the Principality of Serbia under Miloš Obrenović.
Konak.JPG Belgrade June 12, 1839–June 1840 capital of the Principality of Serbia under Mihailo Obrenović III.
King-Peter's-street.jpg Kragujevac June 1840–1841 capital of the Principality of Serbia under Mihailo Obrenović III.
Belgrade University Buildings.jpg Belgrade April 25, 1841–1915 capital of the Principality of Serbia and Kingdom of Serbia (1882–1918).
Timisoara - Piata Unirii.jpg Temišvar 1849–1860 capital of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (1849–1860).
NisTramvaj1930.gif Niš July 1914–October 1915 capital of Serbia during Austro-Hungarian occupation of Belgrade (World War I). From 1878 onwards, it was treated as the "second capital".
Dom Narodne skupštine 11.jpg Belgrade 1916–present capital of the Kingdom of Serbia, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918–1943), Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1945–1992), Serbia and Montenegro (1992–2006), and Serbia (2006–)

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