Vračar Čubura - The neighborhood Vračar Čubura is one of the larger neighborhoods in Belgrade, furthermore it encompasses the most beautiful part of the municipality Vračar. The neighborhood Čubura Vračar was named after the Čuburski stream that flowed there way back when, when the village Čubura was first built there. Later, the village Čubura due to the rapid growth of Belgrade became part of the Municipality of Vračar Belgrade. The neighborhood Vračar Čubura has always been known as a place for ordinary people, a bohemian neighborhood, versus Skadarlija which is more of a tourist district. The neighborhood Čubura Vračar is adorned with narrow, winding streets, tree-lined and decorated with large and luxurious tree canopies, enriched with old buildings with beautiful facades and high ceilings. In the center of the neighborhood Vračar Čubura is the Čuburski park that now has three playgrounds and one dog park, and is surrounded by street Cara Nikolaja II, street Maksima Gorkog, street Orlovića Pavla and the Čuburska street, which on the other side has a well-known artisan neighborhood Gradić Pejton. The Vračar Čubura neighborhood is known as a bohemian neighborhood because of the abundance of antique cafés, however there are plenty of modern cafes, restaurants, bars and bistros. The neighborhood Čubura Vračar includes a multitude of attractions of which definitely the most famous is the artisan quart Gradić Pejton, a unique complex of buildings and a historical monument to crafts and artisans. Besides Gradić Pejton, sights that adorn the neighborhood Vračar Čubura are the Center for Culture and Education Božidarac, Christian Adventist Church and the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In the vicinity of the neighborhood Čubura Vračar are the Temple of Saint Sava, the National Library of Serbia, theSports Center Vračar and the Belgrade Drama Theater.