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1-16-15-14-13-33-29-30-25-23-1 Boundaries of Stari Grad district ("The Old Town")

1-16-19-21-22-23-1 Boundaries Savamala historical

2-29-30-32 Dorćol historical

<-8-7-6-16-22-34-> Boundaries of Savski Venac district

<-8-7-15-13-5-10-11-12-> Boundaries of Vračar district

<-12-11-10-5-13-33--> Boundaries of Palilula district

 

  1 Terazije square/street (read article)

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Terazije fountain, 1860

(a) Hotel "Moskva", 1908, modern/secession

(h) Hotel "Balkan", 1936, academism

Palace "Albania", 1938, late 20th century modernism

(b) Palace "Anker",1899, academism

(b) Palace "Athens", 1902, neo-renaissance

(e) Iguman's Palace, 1938, modern Serbo-Byzantine style

(f) Old Assicurazioni Generali building, 1930, academism

(g) Old Bank of Smederevo building, 1912, secession

(g) Old Ministry of Justice building, 1883, neo-renaissance

(c) Krsmanović house, 1885, academsim

(k) Building of the old Export Bank, 1923, academism/secession

(e) Monument to the hanged members of the Resistance

 

 

 

  1-15-6-7 Kralja Milana street / eng. "King Milan street" (read article)

 

(d) House of Vuk's Foundation, 1871, Serbo-Byzantine

(nr) Old Serbian-American Bank, 1931, neoclassicism

(nr) Monument to Nicholas II Of Russia

(n) Savčić House, 1925, 19th century academism

 

  1-40 Nušićeva street

 

Building of "Eskontna Banka", 1923, new Biedermeier

 

  16-45 Kraljice Natalije street / eng. "Queen Nathalie street"

 

(nt) School of Electrical Engeneering "Nikola Tesla", 1929, Serbo-Byzantine style

(mg) Endowment of Persa and Rista Milenković (now Mathematical Grammar School), 1929, modern

Russian House, 1933, neoclassicism

 

  2 Republic Square (read article)

 

National Museum of Serbia, 1903, neorenaissance

(z) National Theater, 1869, neo-renaissance

(w) Palace of the Yugoslav Bank, 1923, academism

(y) Veterans Club Building, 1931, 20th century modern

Equestrian Mounument of Prince Mihailo Obrenović

Palace "Riunione"

House of the Press

(x) Monument to Branislav Nušić, writer

(y) Monument to Vasa Čarapić, hero

 

  3 Nikola Pašić square (read article)

 Nikola Pašić square

(v) Historical Museum of Serbia, 1934, art deco

National Assembly of Serbia, 1936, academism

(u) Monument to Nikola Pašić, statesman

Vlajković Endowment, 1932, academism

(t) Fountain

 

  4 Pioneers Park (read article)

 

(l) Old Palace (now Belgrade City Hall), 1884, academism

(m) New Palace (now Presidential Hall), 1922, academism with renaissance and baroque elements

(p) Monument to Nadežda Petrović, first Serbian female painter

(m) Monument to Ivo Andrić, Serbia Nobel Prize in literature

(r) "Girl with a jug" fountain

(s) Monument to WWI Battle of Kajmakčalan

 

 5 Tašmajdan Park (read article)

 

Monument to Milorad Pavić, writer

Monument to Desanka Maksimović, poet

Seismological Survey of Serbia Building, 1909-1912 (1926, 1939), romanticism

St. Mark's Church, 1931-1939, Serbo-Byzantine style

Russian-Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, 1925

 

 6 Crossroad: Kralja Milana st. x Resavska st. (read article)

 

Old Trading Fund Palace, 1939, pre-WWII modernism

Officers' Club Building,1895, romantism

Officers' Cooperative Building,1908, art nouveau/secession

Belgrade Palace skyscraper, 1974, modernism

House of Nikolić Brothers, 1914, Serbo-Byzantine with elements of secesson

Monument to Borislav Pekić, writer

Yugoslav Drama Theater, 1931-1947-2003, modern

Cvetni Trg (eng. "Flower Square")

 

 7 Slavija square (read article)


Monument to Dimitrije Tucović, prominent Serbian socialist

• House of Djordje Vučo (now McDonald's), 1893, neoclassical with renaissance motifs

 8 Vračar Plateau (read article)

 

St. Sava's Church, 1936-2017, Serbo-Byzantine style

Monument to St. Sava

Monument to Karadjordje

Monument to Nikola Tesla

National Library of Serbia, 1973, modern

House of Marika and Nikodije Bogdanović, 1933, simplified neobaroque

 

 9 Crossroad: Krunska st. x Prote Mateje st.

 

Genčić House (now Nikola Tesla Museum), 1929, academism

Building at 52 Prote Mateje street, 1912, academism with elements of secession

Residential Villa at 50 Krunska street, 1932, neorenaissance

 

 10 Mali Tašmajdan Park (eng. "Little Tašmajdan")

 

Mali Tašmajdan ("Little Tašmajdan") Park

Faculty of Law, 1938, 20th century modernism

Metropol Palace hotel, 1957, modern

Archive of Serbia, 1928, academism

 

 11 Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra / eng. "King Alexander blvd." (read article)

 

University Library, 1926, academism

Faculty of Technical Sciences, 1931, academism

Monument to Nikola Tesla, inventor

 

 12 Cyril and Methodius Park (read article)

 

Monument to Alexander Pushkin, Russian poet

Monument to Vuk Karadžić, the father of Serbian language

Students' Home "King Alexander I", 1928, academism

Monument to King Alexander I

 

  13-33 Takovska street

 

13 Main Post Office, 1938, modern

33 Bothanical Garden "Jevremovac", 1889

 

 Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra / eng. "King Alexander blvd." (read article)

 

• Building of the Czech Embassy, 1926, neoclassicism (originated from Czech cubism)

Marinković Palace at 26 King Alexander blvd., 1926, neoclassicism

 

 14-9-> Krunska street (read article)

 

Home of High-School Students "Jelica Milovanović" and Music School "Mokranjac", 1912, Serbo-Byzantine

Roman-Catholic Co-Cathedral of Christ the King, 1927,  neoromanic

Šafarik House, 1912, mixture of styles

 15 "London square" (read article)

 

Old Vračar Savings Bank, 1906, academism influenced by German renaissance/baroque

Old "Jadransko-Podunavska" Bank, 1924, academism

Dimitrijević House, 1928, academism

 

 15-6 Kralja Milana street (read article)

 

Konstantinović House, 1927, Serbo-Byzantine style

 

 15-19 Kneza Miloša street (read article)

 

Hellenic Cutural Center, 1930, academism

Building of the Ministry Finances, 1889 (1924, 1959), academism

 

 16 Vaznesenjska Church (read article)

 

 17 Gavrilo Princip Park (read article)

 

Monument to Prince Miloš

Monument to Gavrilo Princip

 

 18 "Manjež" Park (read article)

 

6-18 Old Civil Savings Bank, 1929, academism

6-19 Barracks of the 7th Army Regiment, 1890's, academism

 

 19 Building of the Serbian Government (read article)

 

 7-21 Nemanjina street (read article)

 

20 Ministry of Transport Building, 1931, neoclassicism

 

 21 Savski Trg / eng. "Sava Square"

 

Old Main Railway Station, 1884, academism

 

 22 Savamala historical

 

Belgrade Cooperative Building, 1907, academism with elements of secession

Vučo's House on the Sava River, 1908, art nouveau

 

 22 Savamala dock

 

Monument to dock workers killed during WWII

Buildings at 41-43 Karadjordjeva street, 1923-1925, academism

44 Manak's House, 1830, Serbian traditional architecture

 

 24 Kosančićev Venac (read article)

 

Saborna Church (St.Michael's Cathedral Church), 1845, neoclassical with baroque bell tower

Building of the Patriarchate, 1935, Serbo-Byzantine style

Konak Kneginje Ljubice (eng. "Princess Ljubica Residence museum"), 1830, Balkan profane architecture / oriental

Kafana "?" (eng."Tavern Question Mark"), 1823, Balkan profane architecture / oriental

Dimitrije Krsmanović family house (now Austrian Embassy), 1899, academism

Mika Alas House, 1910, secession

 

 25 Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park (read article)

 

Monument to the Victor

Church Ružica

Church of St. Petka

Art Pavilion "Cvijeta Zuzorić", 1928, art deco

 

 26 Students' Square

 

Captain Miša's Edifice, 1863, Serbo-Byzantine/gothic/renaissance

Kolarac People's University, 1932, academism

Faculty of Philology, 1922, academism

Museum of Ethnography (Old Belgrade Stock Exchange), 1934, modern

Monument to Petar I Petrović "Njegoš"

Old Belgrade City Hall (now Building of the Film Archive), 1846, classicism / romantism

 

 26 Students' Park (read article)

 

Monument to Dositej Obradović, enlightener

Monument to Jovan Cvijić, founder of modern geography in Serbia

Monument to Josif Pančić, the father of Serbian botany

 

 27 Skadarlija bohemian district (read article)

 

Djura Jakšić's House

 

  Dorćol historical (read article)

 

28 House of Leona Panajot, 1908, secession

29 Church of St. Alexander Nevsky, 1912-1929, Moravian school of the Serbian medieval art

26-31 Vuk Karadžić and Dositej Obradović Museum, 1739-1789, Balkan profane architecture/oriental

30 Nicolas Doxat House, 1727, German baroque

31 Bajrakli mosque,1575

31->27 First Danubian Steamboat Society building, 1925, early modern

 

 32 Ulica Kralja Petra / King Peter's street (read article)

 

Stamenković House, 1907, secession

House of Aron Levi, 1907, secession

House of Milorad Pavlović, 1884, academism

National Bank of Serbia, 1890, academism

Elementary School "King Peter I", 1906, academism

 

 35 Ušće Park complex (read article)

 

Museum of Contemporary Art, 1965, modern

Monument to the victims at Staro Sajmište concentration camp

Eternal Flame memorial obelisk

 

 36 Knez Mihailova street (read article)

 

"Russian Tzar" Building, 1926, academism with elements of secession

Building at 28 Knez Mihailova street, 1929, academism

Building of "Prometna Banka", 1914, secession

Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1924, art nouveau

Avakumović House, 1923, Russian Empire style

 

 37 Topličin Venac (read article)

 

Monument to Vojvoda Vuk

Museum of Applied Art, 1929, academism

Papakostopoulus House, 1907, academism with elements of secession

House of Milan Pavlović, 1912, academism with elements of secession

 

 38-40 Svetogorska street (read article)

 

38 Old Commercial Academy Building (now Law and Business High-School), 1926, Serbo-Byzantine style

39 Uroš Predić Studio House, 1908, art nouveau

39-40 Jevrem Grujić House Museum, 1896, academism

 

 40 Politika square

 

Politika Tower, 1967, modern

Jovan Smederevac House, 1901, academism with elements of secession

Palace "Kiki", 1934, academism with elements of 20th century modern

Old Craftsmen Association Building (now Radio Belgrade), 1933, art deco

 

 41 Kopitareva Gradina square (read article)

 

Jovan Cvijić Museum, 1905, academism

 

  42-48 Various

 

42 Old Telephone Co. Building, 1908, Serbo-Byzantine / academism

43 First Town Hospital (now Building of the Serbian Medical Society), 1868, baroque

45 Zeleni Venac district

45 Hotel "Amsterdam"

45 Golden Beluga tavern

46 "Sokol" house, 1936, Serbo-Byzantine style

47 Milutin Milanković Park and monument

48 Karadjordje Park

 

  50 -> Senjak

 

Monastery "Vavedenje"

House of King Peter I Karadjordjević

 

  50 -> Topčider Park (read article)

 

Prince Miloš Residence, 1831, oriental/neoclassical

Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul

 

  51 -> New Belgrade

 

Palace "Serbia"

Belgrade "Štark" Arena hall of sports

Buildings in Block 23

Tower Buildings in Block 23

"Television Sets" Buildings

Ušće Tower

Genex Tower

Crowne Plaza hotel

 

  35 -> Zemun district (read article)

 • Spirta's House - Zemun Home Museum

 

 

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