THE MONUMENT TO KING MILAN OBRENOVIĆOn the base of the monument, into a double-layered niche, it is carved:
TO THE KING MILAN ALSO THANKFUL CITIZENS
OF VRAČAR AND SAVINAC
Above it, there is a portrait of King Milan, flanked with Corinthian columns on which a rectangular architrave is resting. On top of it, there is an archivolt whose face is decorated with stylized palmettes in a shallow relief. More higher, the tympanum contains an impressive two-headed eagle with spread wings, taken from the Obrenović's coat of arms, which dominates over the whole composition. In front of it, on the right side, there is a richly pleated mantle which partially leans on a column sticking out of the frame and falls down the pedestal of the monument, skillfully organizing the sculptural space. The royal crown, sword, and laurel and oak branches are laying on the mantle, keeping it symbolically "from falling". On the top of the column, the mantle clings on an iron three-legged burner for "the flame of fame".
The tympanum interior contains the image of St. Nicholas - the Patron Saint of the royal family of Obrenovićs. St. Nicholas, with his recognizable face with short rounded beard and hair, shows himself from a cloud spreading his arms. Below him, there is the portrait of the King Milan Obrenović (2 x 1.3 m). He is presented in the standing position, with his left arm leaned on the sword, holding in his right hand the Charter of Czar Dušan, under which there is a map of the Balkan Peninsula on the table. Plans and other papers are on the opposite side of the table. He is dressed in a crimson dress uniform and black trousers, with a heavy military overcoat on his back. There is a cross around his neck, and a Star of Karadjordje of the I Order is on his chest. The background is dark, like an opened curtain behind which the pink light of the early dawn is breaking. This light discretely illuminates the domes of a church, but also the minaret of a mosque, as well as the majestic king's face with dark moustaches.