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Saborna crkva sagrađena je 1837-40. godine po nalogu kneza Miloša Obrenovića, a po projektu i planovima pančevačkog graditelja A. F. Kverfelda, u stilu klasicizma sa elementima kasnog baroka. Posvećena je Svetom arhanđelu Mihajlu. Unutrašnjost hrama je bogato ukrašena. Duborezni pozlaćeni ikonostas izradio je vajar Dimitrije Petrović, a ikone na ikonostasu, pevnicama, tronovima i predikaonici, kao i kompozicije na zidovima i svodovima, naslikao je Dimitrije Avramović, jedan od najistaknutijih srpskih slikara 19. veka.
Posebnu vrednost predstavlja crkvena riznica. U crkvi se nalaze mošti svetog cara Uroša i svetog despota Steve Štiljanovića, kao i grobnice crkvenih poglavara i srpskih vladara iz dinastije Obrenović (Miloša, Mihaila i Milana). Ispred glavnog portala sahranjena su dva velikana srpske kulture: Dositej Obradović i Vuk Stefanović Karadžić.

Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel was built in 1837-1840 by order of Knez Miloš Obrenović, a according to the design and plans of A. F. Kverfeld, a builder from Pančevo. It is built in in style of classicism with late baroque elements. The church is dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel. The interior is richly decorated. The gold-plated carved iconostasis was made by the sculptor Dimitrije Petrović, while the icons on the iconostasis, thrones, choirs and pulpits, as well as those on the walls and arches were painted by Dimitrije Avramović, one of the most distinguished Serbian painters of the XIX century.
The special value of the church is its treasury. The relics of Serbian saints Czar Uroš and Despot Steva Štiljanović, as well as the heads of the Church and Serbian rulers of the Obrenović dynasty (Miloš, Mihailo and Milan). In front of the main portal, two famous men of Serbian culture: Dositej Obradović and Vuk Stefanović Karadžić.

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