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During this time, Belgrade was a haven for many Balkan peoples fleeing Ottoman rule, and is thought to have had a population of 40, 000 to 50,000 people.
In 1427, Stefan's successor Đurađ Branković had to return Belgrade to the Hungarians, and Smederevo became the new capital.
Belgrade was again named the capital of Serbia in 1841.
Northern Belgrade remained an Austrian outpost until the breakup of Austria-Hungary in 1918.
For about four centuries, the city remained a battleground between the Byzantine Empire, the Kingdom of Hungary and the First Bulgarian Empire.Belgrade receives about 680 millimetres (27 in) of precipitation a year, with late spring being wettest. The sunniest months are July and August, with an average of about 10 sunny hours a day, while December and January are the gloomiest, with an average of 2–2.3 sunny hours a day.In 34-33BC the Roman army under Silanus reached Belgrade.Jovian reestablished Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire, ending the brief revival of traditional Roman religions under his predecessor Julian the Apostate.
In 395 AD, the site passed to the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire.Across the Sava from Singidunum was the Celtic city of Taurunum (Zemun), that through Roman and Byzantine times shared a common fate with its "twin brother" (the two cities were connected by a bridge).