Here is a new Architecture Guide that covers Belgrade, capital of Serbia.
Belgrade is located where the river Sava and Danube meet. Such a strategic position is the reason why the city has been battled over in 115 wars, razed 44 times and being bombed five times. From this you can understand why Belgrade has such a varying architecture from Zemun, with its typical Central European style, to the more modern architecture of New Belgrade.
Belgrade is geographically and visually divided in two parts. The east side is the older Belgrade with its fortress and orthodox churches, a capital built over Roman ruins. But across the Sava river, Yugoslav architects created a modern metropolis. It was an experiment in socialist urban planning, a vertical environment of Modernist towers and Brutalist blocks that they called Novi Beograd – New Belgrade.
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TEMPLE OF SAINT SAVA
Krušedolska 2a, Beograd
Belgrade Tower –Kula Beograd – designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
ST. MARK ORTHODOX CHURCH
Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 17, Beograd
Architect – Jovan Ilkić
Balkanska 1, Beograd 11000
SERBIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS
Architect – Кonstantin Jovanović
Kneza Mihaila 35, Beograd 11000
KARABURMA HOUSING TOWER
Architect – Rista Šekerinski
Mije Kovačevića 9, Beograd 11000
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Architect – Ivanka Raspopović
Ušće 10, Beograd
Trešnjinog cveta 11, Beograd
FALKENSTEINER HOTEL BELGRADE
Architect – Boris Podrecca
Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 10k, Beograd
Omladinskih brigada 1, Beograd 11070
Architect – Mihajlo Mitrović
Narodnih heroja, Beograd
OTHER INTERESTING BUILDINGS TO CHECK OUT
Museum of Yugoslavia
Михаила Мике Јанковића 6, Beograd 11000
Tadeuša Košćuška 63, Beograd
Palace of Serbia
Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, Beograd
Gardoš Tower, Zemun
Аеродром Никола Тесла, Beograd 11180
Мост на Ади, Beograd
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