The big park is divided into two parts. The southern most park of the two is the largest and is where the fort of the city stands. On the north side is the small park.
In the park there are geometrical promenades, shaded places for picnics and romantic hideouts, which allows for solitude, amusement and play for children as well. There are enough nice places here, like gates and canals, where you can get lost and have fun. The park also has green spaces, sports complexes, art, museums such as the Hunting Museum and Military Museum, and even a nice zoo.
Try to spend a few minutes and wander through the outer exhibits of the large collection of weapons from the military museum in the park. Among them are cannons, artillery equipment and armor from the 18th century.
In the park there are two sculptures by the Serbian artist Ivan Mestrovich, one of which is the Victor Statue standing on a 14-meter pillar and the very impressive Marianne Statue that was erected as a token of thanks to France for its unique contribution to the development of Belgrade.