Singidūn(on) keltsko ime grada Singidūnum romanizovano keltsko ime Beograd, Beograd slovensko ime, prevod starog keltskog; prvi put se javlja 878. u pismu Pape Jovana VIII caru Borisu Bugarskom Biograd na Dunavu Staro hrvatsko ime Alba Graeca latinizirano ime grada Alba Bulgarica latinizirano ime grada tokom bugarske vladavine Fehérvár mađarsko ime Weißenburg nemačko ime Castelbianco italijansko ime Nandoralba u srednjovekovnoj Mađarskoj do 14. veka Nándorfehérvár u srednjovekovnoj Mađarskoj Landorfehérvár u srednjovekovnoj Mađarskoj Veligradon vizantijsko ime Veligradi, Βελιγράδι grčko ime Dar Ul Jihad osmanlijsko ime, znači Kuća rata Belgrat tursko ime بلغراد arapsko ime Prinz Eugen Stadt nacističko ime
The oldest known name of Belgrade is Singidunum. It is believed to stand for "city fortress"
and it dates since the beginning of the first millennium or even earlier.
In 395AD Singidunum became part of the Eastern Empire (Byzantium)
and the name became Greek-sounding Singidon.
When Slavs crossed Danube and defeated Byzantine Empire in the VI-th century, they settled on this territory. Built of stone, the city that emerged overlooking the waters was called the White City.
The name Belgrade was first mentioned in a letter from the Roman Pope John VIII to the Bulgarian Prince Boris on April 16, 878AD and since then it was never changed again.
From the XVI to XIX century, in other languages, Belgrade is referred to as:
Alba Graeca, Alba Bulgarica, Bello Grado, Nandor Alba, Griechisch Weissenburg, Castelbianco...
The city that endured countless great conflicts and battles on its ramparts.
One of the oldest cities of Europe, earned other symbolic names throughout the centuries:
The House of Wars, The Hill of Struggle and Glory, Meditation Hill, The House of Freedom...
Belgrade is Serbian capital from 1403AD since the order of Despot Stefan Lazarević, a Serb ruler.
Natasha Bajc is a researcher and teacher of architecture with the interest in rule based computational systems. She is a principal of Code Design Studio and a founding member of Institute for Genetic Architecture at Columbia University. Ms.Bajc graduated from University of Beograd School of Architecture 1995 and holds a Master of Architecture from Southern California Institute of architecture in Los Angeles; Ca. Natasha has taught at Sci-Arc, Cal Poly Pomona and has been a guest reviewer on many other schools. She is currently based in Santa Monica, Ca.
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