Gates of Belgrade
This article describes 23 gates of Belgrade.
Roman gates 
Remains of southeastern gate of the Singidunum's castrum were found when adapting the building of the Belgrade Library, with one of its towers now being in the library depot and the other across the street in the small park with Milan Rakić's bust. The gate was located exactly at the end of Knez Mihailova and entrance of Kalemegdan park, at . Thus this entrance stayed at the same place for nearly 2,000 years!
Fortress gates 
Upper city gates 
These are gates in the walls of the Upper City of the Belgrade Fortress. Gates that are connected to each other are not exactly aligned. This was done to prevent use of siege engines on the inner gate, if the outer gate would be breached.
Clock Gate 
Clock Gate is southeastern gate in the innermost city wall, at Inner Stambol Gate. The gate got its name as it is located directly under the Clock Tower. It was built in 17th century by Venetian architect Andrea Cornaro, and also sometimes called Cornaro's Gate., connected via a bridge to the
Defterdar's Gate 
Despot's Gate 
Despot's Gate is northeastern gate in the innermost city wall, located right next to the Dizdar's Tower at . It is connected via a bridge to the Zindan Gate. The gate was built in 1404-1427 and is named after Despot Stefan. The gate and tower are the best preserved medieval part of the fortress.
Inner Stambol Gate 
Inner Stambol Gate is southeastern gate in the second city wall, located at Clock Gate, and via a land bridge to the outer ravelin, where the way forks towards Karadjordje's and Outer Stambol Gate. The gate was built around 1750 and is named after Istambul., connected via a bridge to the
Karadjordje's Gate 
Karadjordje'r gate is southern gate of its ravelin, located at . Built in 18th century, it is named after Karadjordje after he passed through it to conquer the fortress in 1806. To prevent re-use it was built shut in 1813, to be opened only after World War II.
King Gate 
King Gate is southwestern gate in the innermost city wall. The gate is descended to via a short stairway which passes next to the Roman Well. A bridge then connects it with the King Ravelin. The gate was built around 1725 and is located at .
Leopold's Gate 
Outer Stambol Gate 
Southern Gate 
Southern Gate, also called Baroque Gate, existed right next to the Clock Gate and was built shut when the later was opened. Today it is turned in a museum.
Zindan Gate 
Zindan Gate is middle southeastern gate, between two round towers, located at . It is connected with bridges to the Despot's Gate on the inside and Leopold's Gate on the outside. The gate was built in mid-15th century. Since 18th century, the Ottoman Empire used towers' basement as dungeon, a zindan, hence the name of the gate.
Lower city gates 
Dark Gate 
Dark Gate is the souther gate of the lower city, located at. The gate and entire complex surrounding it saw extensive renovation in 2007 and 2008.
Gate of Charles VI 
Port gates 
The Port Gate was main entrance to Belgrade's port. Other gates leading to the river are Water Gate I, atand Water Gate II, the only one still used today, at .
Vidin Gate 
Vidin Gate is northeastern gate of the Lower City, located at . It was built in 18th century.
Outer city gates 
Outer city gates are today destroyed, together with the outer city wall they were in.
Sava Gate 
Sava Gate was the southern city gate. It was through this gate that upriserers entered Belgrade to capture it in the First Serbian Uprising, after it was opened by Uzun Mirko and Ostoja Konda. Today, a plaque that marks its location is at .
Stambol Gate 
Stambol Gate was the southeastern city gate, located in front of today's National Theatre of Serbia, at . It was built by Austria in early 18th century. Later, the gate was used for public executions. A symbol of Turkish oppression, it was demolished in March 1868.
Vidin Gate 
Modern gates 
Eastern Gate of Belgrade 
Western Gate of Belgrade 
Western Gate of belgrade is a highrise at , easily visible on approach to Belgrade from west on the E70/E75 highway. While the building looks like a gate, having two towers connected at the top, the highway actually passes right of the building.
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