“Moje putovanje kroz Novi Beograd”: Crkva Svetog velikomučenika Dimitrija

U serijalu tekstova “Moje putovanje kroz Novi Beograd” koji slede predstavićemo Vam lokacije na Novom Beogradu koje su od istorijskog značaja, kultna mesta koja čine ovu opštinu najinteresantnijom za turiste koji imaju želju da posete Beograd i Srbiju. Ova opština nudi niz zanimljivosti počevši od istorijskih građevina, noćni provod tokom cele nedelje, obilazak muzeja, verskih objekata, sportskih manifestacija, plovidba rekama i delova koji su poznati samo lokalcima, a koje kada ih jednom posetite – sigurno ćete poželeti i da im se vratite!

U novobeogradskom Bloku 32 nalazi se Crkva Svetog velikomučenika Dimitrija, na raskrsnici Bulevara Zorana Đinđića i Omladinskih brigada. Sveti Dimitrije Solunski, po kome je hram dobio ime, bio je jedan od najvažnijih vojnika koju su smatrani svetiteljima. Veruje se da je bio iscelitelj, pa ga osim Srba i Grka, slave i Rusi, koji ga smatraju zaštitnikom Sibira.

Temelje Hrama osveštao je njegova Svetost Patrijarh srpski Pavle 1998. godine, a 2001. godine osveštao je i krstove na objektima.

Sveti Dimitrije živeo je u Solunu u 4. veku i slavi se 8. novembra po gregorijanskom, tj 26 oktobra po julijanskom kalendaru.

In the series of texts “My journey through New Belgrade” that follows, we will present you locations in New Belgrade that are of historical importance, iconic places that make this municipality the most interesting for tourists who want to visit Belgrade and Serbia. This municipality offers a number of interesting things, starting with historical buildings, nightlife throughout the week, visiting museums, religious buildings, sports events, sailing on rivers and parts that are known only to locals, and which once you visit – you will definitely want to come back. ! In Block 32 of New Belgrade is the Church of the Holy Great Martyr Dimitrije, at the intersection of Bulevar Zoran Đinđić and the Youth Brigades. Saint Demetrius of Thessaloniki, after whom the temple was named, was one of the most important soldiers who were considered saints. It is believed that he was a healer, so apart from the Serbs and Greeks, he is also celebrated by the Russians, who consider him the protector of Siberia. The foundations of the Temple were consecrated by His Holiness Patriarch Pavle of Serbia in 1998, and in 2001 he also consecrated the crosses on the buildings. Saint Demetrius lived in Thessaloniki in the 4th century and is celebrated on November 8 according to the Gregorian calendar, ie October 26 according to the Julian calendar.

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