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Formerly known as the "Theater square", after the magnificent building of the National Theater which was built in 1869 when the whole place began to get its shape. It is, together with Terazije square, the principal spot in the center of the city.

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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 building of the National Museum of Serbia, and opposite to the National Theater. In the middle of these three magnificent buildings stands out the equestrian monument of Prince Mihailo Obrenović (ser. "Knez Mihailo"), as the central point of the square.

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The National Theater is placed in the central city square, Republic Square, since 1869 and along with the equestrian monument to Knez Mihailo Obrenović and the National Museum, forms a cultural cornerstone of Belgrade.

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The National Museum of Serbia and its precious collection is reopened to the public in 2018.

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The building of the former Veterans' Club and later the Central Army Club really stands out in the panorama of the Republic square.

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Originally built for the Yugoslav Bank, this fabulos but aesthetically problematic building, as some argue, after WWII was best known as the building of "Jugoexport" fashion company. It is located perfectly at Republic square, opposite to the National Museum.

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House of the Press (ser. "Dom Štampe") is one of two corner buildings (together with Palace "Riunione") that are standing one opposite to another, making a gateway from Republic square to Knez Mihailova street. At the time of its completion, it was a very advanced "ahead-of-its-time" modern architectural piece.

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