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 in the beginning of 20th century, after the design of owner itself, engeneer Jovan Smederevac.

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If you find yourself in front of the Nikola Tesla Museum, take the side street (Prote Mateje st.) and look at number 52. Surely, you will be dazzled.

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Originally built as a family home, this extraodinary house is catching everyone`s eye in the lower part of Francuska (eng. "French") street, next to Skadarlija bohemian district. Now, it belongs to Serbian Orthodox Church.

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The building of "Prometna Banka" (eng. "Commercial Bank") is one fine architectural piece in Knez Mihailova street, which is the central Belgrade street and pedestrian zone.

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This beautiful and richly ornamented building in the style of secession is very notable, and together with the House of Stamenković, next to it, forms a great view of Kralja Petra street.

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This beautiful and richly ornamented building, commonly known as "building with green tiles", constructed in the style of secession, is very notable, and together with the House of Aron Levi, next to it, forms a great sight on Kralja Petra street.

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This wonderful building is located on the Flower square (ser. "Cvetni Trg") and it represents one of the most interesting applications of the Serbo-Byzantine style of architecture in Belgrade.

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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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The Officers' Cooperative building forms a beautiful sight with the building of the Officers' Club, across the street, making sort of a gateway to the lower part of Resavska street. It was intended to house a department store, and it preserved its commercial character until present times, when it is used for a Chinese outlet.

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