The Fortress in Belgrade, Serbia

The Fortress in Belgrade has sat on land that has been occupied by military forces since roughly 49 CE. The Byzantine Emperor Justinian I rebuilt it around 535 CE. We got to shoot in the catacombs that sit beneath the fortress. There are two main rooms, one that I was told dated from the 3rd century with the newer room being made sometime in the medieval period. Both rooms are carved out of solid rock, with the supporting columns blending into the floor and ceiling. The newer room houses a large collection of antiquities

Photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
Photographs of Belgrade in Serbia
Photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
The Old Fortress in Belgrade Serbia
photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
photographs of the Belgrade Fortress
photographs of the Belgrade Fortress

Filming Underneath the Belgrade Fortress

Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia
Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia
Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia
Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia
Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia
Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia
Photographs Underground the Belgrade Fortress
Cell phone photos from underneath the fortress in Belgrade Serbia