St. Mark's church is located in the centre of Belgrade, in Tašmajdan park. It was built on the place of the old St. Mark's church, which was constructed in 1830's.

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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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This edifice (the corner building) was constructed as the headquarters of Serbia's first Telephone co. It is still used by the "Telekom Srbija", which is the national telecommunications carrier.

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One of the oldest and most representative buildings in Belgrade is located at Students` square and hosts the University of Belgrade headquarters.

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One of the very first buildings in Krunska street (eng. "Crown street"), at no. 8, is the so-called "Students' Home" (srb. "Dom učenika"), constructed in 1912. It represents a fine example of Serbo-Byzantine style of architecture, so it will immediately catch your eye.

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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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This building is located in Kralja Milana (eng. "King Milan") street, close to Andrićev Venac and the New Palace (now Presidential Palace).

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The Iguman's Palace was built in 1938, and it bears the name of its original owner, a Serbian merchant Sima Andrejević Igumanov. It stands at the corner of Terazije street and Nikola Pašić square, at the very heart of the city.

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Originally constructed as the Commercial Academy, this building now houses Law and Business high-school.

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This building was constructed for housing the Second Women's Gymnasium, but since 1956 the School of Electrotechnics "Nikola Tesla" is located in its premises.

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