The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a Serbian Orthodox church in Belgrade. It was built in the style of Morava school in 1877. It is located in the Dorcol in the municipality of Stari Grad. Like all Alexander Nevsky Cathedrals and churches, it is named after the Russian national Saint Alexander Nevsky. The church belongs to archeparchy of Belgrade and Karlovci of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
A first church was built in 1877, but the plan for a larger church was raised in 1912. Architect Jelisaveta Nacic was chosen. The foundation was consecrated in 1912, but construction was delayed due to the World War I, so that the end of construction in 1928 or 1929.