The building that now lies beneath a tall Belgrade Palace skyscraper needed to be built in order to give the final shape to what is commonly known as "London square"
The building of viennese company, located on the corner of Kapetan Mišina street and Gospodar Jevremova street, is maybe one of the most interesting and most successful examples of Belgrade's…
This edifice, built as an endowment of colonel Djoka Vlajković (1831-1883), is located right next to the Historical Museum of Serbia, looking towards the National Assembly of Serbia. Furthermore, the…
This edifice, a witness of history, is a place of great significance that even most local citizens aren't aware of.
The house of "Sokol - Beograd Matica", Belgrade's main "Sokol" society (organization for physical education), is nowadays known as "Stari DIF", or "City Center for Physical Culture".
The Ethnografic Museum is one of the oldest institutions of such kind in Serbia. It was founded in 1901, and moved to present location at Students square in 1951. The…
Museum of Applied Arts is located at Topličin Venac, overlooking Vojvoda Vuk Park and monument. It guards a precious collection of furniture, photos, ceramics, textile and other materials used for…
A monumental building designed by well-known Russian architect Baumgarten, also called "Baumgarten Palace", was home of the Generalstaff throughout the 20th century. It was voted the most beautiful building in…
The building of the Serbian Patriarchate, which is the supreme body of the Serbian-Orthodox Curch, is a monumental structure positioned in possibly the most beautiful part of Belgrade, facing the…
Palace "Riunione" is dominating the panorama of Republic square and, together with the House of the Press, is making a gateway to Knez Mihailova street. It is perfectly positioned beside…
The New Palace was built as an additional wing to the Old Palace, immediately after World War I. It was designed to be the royal residence of Karadjordjević dynasty. The…
The monumental building of "Jadransko-Podunavska" Bank (eng. "Adriatic-Danubian Bank") is perfectly located at the corner of Kralja Milana street and Kneza Miloša street, which is commonly known as "London square".
The buildings overlooks "Manjež" park, and it is one of the representative models of the Serbian academism in architecture.
Built as an endowment of Persa and Rista Milenković, this interesting building houses the Mathematical Grammar School since 1966.
Built originally for the purposes of the Export Bank, building at 5 Terazije street is one of the most impressive structures in Belgrade's principal square.
The Russian Center for Sciences and Culture was built in 1933 at the initiative of Russian emigrants who fled after October Revolution in 1918. Since its foundation it serves this…
Some argue that this is the most beautiful palace in Belgrade, and maybe that's true. See for yourself if you get the chance. It is located in Savamala district, close…
Overlooking river Sava, these two buildings are perfectly situated next to Branko's bridge, in Savamala hictorical district.
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