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Trg Kralja Aleksandra

Summary
Trg Kralja Aleksandra (Serbian Cyrillic: Tpг Kpaљa Aлeкcaндpa, English: King Aleksander square) is a neighborhood of the city of Niš, Serbia. It is in Niš municipality of Medijana. It is named after his majesty, the King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. Location Trg Kralja Aleksandra neighborhood is located in the central part of Niš around King Aleksander square. It is flat and bordered on the north by the Nišava river, on the east by the neighborhood of Centar, and on the west by the neighborhood of "Kičevo". History During the time of Ottoman Empire, the King Aleksander square was called "Arnaut bazaar" (from Persian, بازار, bāzār), in Turkish "The Albanian marketplace." After the Serbian liberation of Nis 1878th, the square was renamed to the square of the Mihailo Obrenović III, the ancestor of then the Prince, later the King of Serbia, Milan Obrenovic. The square was renamed 1939th when the monument of the King Alexander was constructed. After the World War II, the n
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