The house of famous Serbian geographer and president of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences, where he lived until his death in 1927, was converted into a memorial museum and opened for public in 1968.

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This edifice (the corner building) was constructed as the headquarters of Serbia's first Telephone co. It is still used by the "Telekom Srbija", which is the national telecommunications carrier.

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Wonderful Barracks of the 7th Regiment were constructed in the early 20th century on the corner of Resavska street and Nemanjina street.

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This wonderful edifice originally constructed for the head office of the Vračar Savings Bank lies on the corner of Kralja Milana street and Kneza Miloša street, at the crossroad commonly known as London square.

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This building is constructed in late 19th century. It was temporarily used as a royal palace, after the Great War (World War I).

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This building is constructed in the beginning of 20th century, after the design of owner itself, engeneer Jovan Smederevac.

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If you find yourself in front of the Nikola Tesla Museum, take the side street (Prote Mateje st.) and look at number 52. Surely, you will be dazzled.

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The house of merchant Crvenčanin, located in King Peter's street, next to the house of Milorad Pavlović, was pretty ahead of its time by the architectural solution that was implemented. It is one of the most significant creations of famous Belgrade architect, Jovan Ilkić.

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This excitingly beautiful building errected by Dimitrijević family of merchants in one of the prettiest neighborhoods in the city as of 1955 belongs to the Embassy of Austria.

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The family house of Djordje Genčić, renowed Serbian politician from the late 19th century, hosts the collection of Nikola Tesla's items and personal belongings.

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