Visiting the city of Niš and the historic monument of Constantine the Great

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Travelers who come to the city bite if they walk in the west bank of the Nisava River, two memorials will be attracted by approaching the bridge of the citadel. The two were built on the occasion of the anniversary of the issuance of the Milan decree. At present, more than 1,700 years since the issuance of the decree of Constantine the Great, the governor of the West of the Roman Empire, and 1600 years since the decree of the governor of the Eastern Roman Empire Liscinius. According to the Milan decree, issued in 313 BC, the religion of Christianity was declared free in the Roman Empire, and it was the final end to the harassment of the followers of Christ (AS).

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