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Genex tower is the second-tallest high-rise in Belgrade, after Ušće tower. Once, a symbol of Yugoslav economic progress, is now a monument to a lost civilization.

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Buildings in Block 23 district represent a standard type of architecture that was used for construction of edifices in New Belgrade during the socialist period.

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Crowne Plaza hotel is currently the largest hotel in Belgrade, with the capacity of cca. 400 rooms.

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Belgrade Arena (now called "Štark Arena") is a multifunctional 20.000+ seats venue where the most prestigious sports events are organized, as well music concerts and performances of world's biggest stars and celebrities.

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Originally constructed as the headquarters of the Federal Executive Council of Yugoslavia, one of the main governmental institutions of the time, now it is used to hold offices of various ministries and state agencies.

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Ušće tower is one of the most famous landmarks of Belgrade, which overlooks the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers from the New Belgrade side. It is the tallest building in Belgrade and Serbia (141m, 25 stories, with the addition of a 25m antenna).

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These funny looking buildings, called "Televizorke" (eng. "TV Sets buildings") because their windows resemble to television sets, are located in New Belgrade, next to the highway, so if you are coming from the north by car, it will catch your eye for sure.

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Two high-rise buildings in Block 23 district represent a standard type of architecture that was used for construction of edifices in New Belgrade during the socialist period.

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Six identical high-righ buildings in two rows that you see on your left when you enter New Belgrade from Brank's Bridge are commonly known as "Six Corporals", as it was constructed primarily for housing families of army officers.

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Ušće park complex is a huge green space and promenade by the river on New Belgrade's side. It consists of Ušće Park, Staro Sajmište Memorial Park (photo above) and Friendship Park.

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