Bogoslovija

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Bogoslovija (Serbian Cyrillic: Богословија) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is mostly located in Belgrade's municipality of Palilula, with some parts belonging to the municipality of Zvezdara.

Location[edit]

Bogoslovija covers an area around the School of Theology and the roundabout where the streets of Dragoslava Srejovića, Mije Kovačevića and Severni Bulevar cross paths. It borders the neighborhoods of Karaburma to the east, Palilula to the south and Ada Huja and Viline Vode to the north.

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1981 9,869 —    
1991 10,671 +8.1%
2002 9,426 −11.7%
2011 7,555 −19.8%
Source: [1][2][3][4]

Administration[edit]

Palilula's section of Bogoslovija is mostly organized as the local community of "Nadežda Petrović" (previously named "29th November"), which had a population of 7,555 in 2011. It also partially belongs to the local community of Hadžipopovac, while the Zvezdara section is part of the local community "Severni Bulevar", which comprises much wider area.

Characteristics[edit]

Despite several residential buildings, Bogoslovija is mostly administrative and communal center. The Belgrade Fire Brigade is located here, so as the facilities of the "City sanitation" service, Hall Aleksandar Nikolić (formerly Pionir Hall), Palilula Police Station (nicknamed WHite House due to its color), military hospital (VMC) and the Omladinski Stadion, a stadium of the OFK Beograd soccer team. Central place however belongs to the Seminary of the Serbian Orthodox Church with adjoining campus, which was built in 1957-58 and gave its name to the entire neighborhood (Serbian bogoslovija, seminary).

The main characteristic is extensive traffic, as it is the crossroad of many streets going in all directions of Belgrade (Karaburma, Zvezdara, Mirijevo, Krnjača, Pančevo, Vukov Spomenik, Square of the Republic, etc. As a result of this, the area of Bogoslovija is one of the most polluted ones in Belgrade (ecological black spot).

In the yard of the "City sanitation" there is a pedunculate oak, planted in 1916. The tree has a normal, regular shape of both the trunk and the crown and presents an excellent genetic potential od that oak species, which is by the city's environment agency considered to be "the most valuable deciduous tree" in Serbia. In order to preserve its biological values, it was declared a natural monument by the city on 21 September 2014. The area under its crown is arranged as the resting area for the employees, with the benches. After an internal referendum in the company, it was named "Čistoćko". The tree has a "twin brother", which is even taller, but it is damaged by the snow and strong winds so it can't be protected.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Osnovni skupovi stanovništva u zemlji – SFRJ, SR i SAP, opštine i mesne zajednice 31.03.1981, tabela 191. Savezni zavod za statistiku (txt file). 1983. 
  2. ^ Stanovništvo prema migracionim obeležjima – SFRJ, SR i SAP, opštine i mesne zajednice 31.03.1991, tabela 018. Savezni zavod za statistiku (txt file). 1983. 
  3. ^ Popis stanovništva po mesnim zajednicama, Saopštenje 40/2002, page 4. Zavod za informatiku i statistiku grada Beograda. 26 July 2002. 
  4. ^ Stanovništvo po opštinama i mesnim zajednicama, Popis 2011. Grad Beograd – Sektor statistike (xls file). 23 April 2015. 
  5. ^ Branka Vasiljević (22 September 2014), "Hrasdt i loza nova zaštićena prirodna dobra", Politika (in Serbian) 

Sources[edit]

External links[edit]

Bogoslovija

Coordinates: 44°48′55″N 20°29′30″E / 44.81528°N 20.49167°E / 44.81528; 20.49167