Tashmajdan Park is located between the streets of Takovska, Ilija Garašanina, Belgrade and the Boulevard of King Aleksandar in the area where he used to be a quarry.
The name "Tasmajdan" is derived from the Turkish name for quarry (turkish, stone and meydan, a place where a stone is mined, a mine). According to an old testimony, "it is easy to say that all the old buildings in Belgrade are ... painted with this stone taken from here." In catacombs created after the removal of stone blocks, ammunition depots and military warehouses were long, and they served as shelters and shelters for wounded soldiers.
Here is the Natural Monument of the Miocene Cave Tasmajdan.