Photographer's Note

Zindan Gate (also known as the Prisoners Gate) is one of many gates you can see at Belgrade fortress. Built in 15th century by Ottoman Turks for defensive purposes, Zindan Gate also was the place where many Christian prisoners were held. When the prisoners were brought to Belgrade fortress, for trial or detention, the last image they probably saw before the entrance to fortress was this one. After that the darkness of the casemates and the torture of their warders were the everyday reality, intro to their sufferers death...

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Additional Photos by Mirko Ninkovic (mirko_ninkovic) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 110 W: 49 N: 112] (488)
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