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.
Maybe the most interesting building in Krunska street, or even in the whole Vračar district. It was built and designed by Janko Šafarik, a Serbian of Slovak origin. His familiy…
This building was constructed by Spirta family, of Greek origin, and as of 1965 it belongs to the Zemun Home Museum (branch of Belgrade City Museum), which shows the history…
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.…
The house of respectable Dr Papakostopoulus is located at Topličin Venac, opposite to another masterpiece of secession architecture - House of Milan Pavlović, which was built several years later.
Konak Kneginje Ljubice (eng. "Princess Ljubica Residence") is a building of exceptional significance. Prince Miloš (ser. "Knez Miloš") built it for his family after proclamation of the Hatti-Sheriff in 1830,…
Next to the Museum of Applied Art is situated a beautiful House of Milan Pavlović, at the corner of Gračanička and Vuka Karadžića street. It is in line with another…
The oldest tavern in Belgrade, and one of the oldest edifices is located in a wonderful surroundings of the Cathedral Church of St. Michael, the building of the Patriarchate, Princess…
Located in King Peter's street, across the building of the National Bank of Serbia, this edifice will immediately catch your eye with its wonderful facade.
Located in King Peter's street, behind the Cathedral Church of St. Michael, the King Peter Elementary School is surely one of the most remarkable buildings in the neighborhood.
The building at 12, King Peter's street served the purpose of housing offices of the National Bank of Serbia since its construction in the late 19th century. This magnificent palace…
Originally, summer house of a merchant, Djordje Pavlovic, was used after the Great War (WWI), from 1919-1921, as the residence of King Peter (at the time he already passed the…
One of the oldest houses in Belgrade is Manak's house. It is located in Savamala historical district. Some argue that it was built as a post office during the reign…
The Officers' Cooperative building forms a beautiful sight with the building of the Officers' Club, across the street, making sort of a gateway to the lower part of Resavska street.…
The Officers' Club building is nowadays widely known as the "SKC", abbreviation for "Students' Cultural Center" to which was converted some time after WWII. Now it is used for concerts…
Old Belgrade Town Hall (1869-1964), now building of the Film Archive, is one of the oldest edifices in Belgrade.
One of the buildings that stand out at Terazije square is Palace "Anker", built for the purposes of the insurance company "Anker".
Hotel "Moskva" (eng. "Hotel Moscow") is one the most representative structures in the center of Belgrade. Located at Terazije square, it is one of the central points in the city,…
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