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The Royal Palace, Belgrade

Located on the ridge of a hill in the Dedinje neighborhood, a prestigious area of Belgrade, The Royal Palace (Serbian: Kraljevski Dvor) is a grand stucco villa in the Serbo-Byzantine style...

Crveni Krst concentration camp

Located at the south part of the country, in the city of Niš Crveni Krst concentration camp (Red Cross) was established in the middle of 1941 in the premises of a military depot built in 1930...

King Peter I House

Located in Topčidersko Brdo (the Topčider Hill) in Belgrade, King Peter I, House is 100 years old villa converted into a modern center of a culture where many cultural events are held...

The Holy Trinity Square, Sombor

Located in Sombor, the north-west part of Republic of Serbia, The Holy Trinity Square was built in 1774 on the site of the former courtyard of a castle and it was the second major city square in...

Preparandija

Located in the city of Sombor, the north-west part of Republic of Serbia Preparandija (Teachers’ college) was built by His Holiness Georgije Brankovic, a Serbian patriarch, who was a...

Sombor Old Barracks

Located in the city of Sombor, the north-west part of the Republic of Serbia, Sombor Old Barracks is a large military garrison barracks – a whole military complex with five single-story...

Nikola Pasic’s House

Originally built as a modest family house for the Džanga merchants in 1872 Nikola Pašić’s House is a cultural monument located in downtown Belgrade, below the Republic Square and the...

Hotel Moscow, Belgrade

Located on Terazije Square plateau in the heart of Belgrade Hotel Moscow (Serbian: Hotel Moskva) is a landmark of Belgrade, one of the most important architectural gems of the Serbian...

Novi dvor

Built between 1911 and 1914 according to the plans of the prominent Serbian architect Stojan Titelbah Novi Dvor (New Palace) was a royal residence of the Karađorđević dynasty of Serbia.  Located...

Stone Palace, Belgrade

Proclaimed as the most beautiful building in 1937 the former Army Headquarters Building, also known as the Stone Palace or Baumgarten’s Palace was built between 1924 and 1928 in the...

Krsmanovic House

Often described as a small Neo-Baroque castle Krsmanović House was built in 1885 as a residential family house for Belgrade merchant Marko O. Marković according to the architectural plans of the...

Stari dvor

Stari dvor meaning Old Palace, was the royal residence of the Obrenović dynasty. Today it houses the City Assembly of Belgrade. The palace is located on the corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava...

Kasarna VII Puka

On the corner Resavka and Nemanjina Street, right across the street from the park Manjež are the Barracks of the 7th regiment from the list Belgrade Attractions, in the municipality of Stari Grad...