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Belgrade War Cemetery

  • Country Serbia
  • Total identified casualties 472 Find these casualties
  • Identified casualties from First & Second World War
  • GPS Coordinates Latitude: 44.80549, Longitude: 20.49113


Maintenance works are planned on the trees within the cemetery this week (24-25 February 2024). For safety reasons, the cemetery will not be accessible at this time. We apologise for any inconvenience. 

Location information

The war cemetery is in Svetog Nikole Street, Uliga Baju Sekulica(in the city centre)and is located at the edge of Belgrade New Cemetery (Novo Groblije).

Visiting information

Cemetery opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 8.00am to 4.00pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Public Holidays: Closed

Please note that the cemetery is locked outside of the opening hours with a combination padlock. To gain access, the code for lock is 2435. If visitors encounter any issues in accessing the cemetery out of hours, please call the cemetery maintenance contractor Lidija Jovanovic on +381 631 621 645.

For further information or assistance, please contact

Download Cemetery Plan

History information

The cemetery was created to receive the remains of British and Commonwealth casualties brought in from more than sixty small burial grounds and from isolated sites all over Yugoslavia. The largest number from any one place came from Milna Military Cemetery and the Royal Naval and Harbour Cemeteries on the island of Vis (Lissa) which was our base. The burials in the War Cemetery include escaped prisoners of war from Italy and Greece. The civilians buried here include a mining technician, a teacher of English, a newpaper correspondent, a member of the Embassy staff and the child of another member of Embassy staff. They were buried or re-buried in the cemetery by permission of the Army Graves Service.