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Dom Vukove zadužbine (eng. "House of Vuk's Foundation") was originally built as the head office of the Ministry of Education of Kingdom of Serbia and later Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

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The building of "Smederevska banka" (eng. "Bank of Smederevo") represents one of the most successful examples of secession in the architecture of Belgrade.

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This building is constructed for the Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Serbia. It still holds various national and international legislative institutions.

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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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Palata Atina (eng. "Palace Athens") is one of the most impressive buildings on Terazije square, and it will definitely attract your attention.

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"Palace Albania" was built in 1938 and at the time was the tallest building in Belgrade. It is a crown jewl that gives a perfect shape to Terazije square.

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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, and one of its principal landmarks.

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One of the buildings that stand out at Terazije square is Palace "Anker", built for the purposes of the insurance company "Anker".

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The building of hotel "Balkan", located opposite to hotel "Moskva" and Terazije fountain, is dividing Terazije square in two directions - heading Knez Mihailova and the old town, and down Prizrenska street towards Branko`s bridge and New Belgrade.

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This magnificent palace was constructed in 1930 for the Assicurazioni Generali company, from Trieste, Italy.

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