Amidza Palace location is in Kragujevac city in Central Serbia in old part of city. Amidza Palace is built in 19-th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amidža Palace"
Avala TV Tower was a 202.87 meters tall telecommunication tower located on Avala mountain near Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Avala TV Tower"
The Bajrakli Mosque (also spelled Bayrakli) is a mosque in Belgrade. It was built between 1660 and 1688 and is the only mosque in the Serbian capital out of the 80 that had existed during the time of the Ottoman Empire's Serbia. ("Bajrakli" is Turkish for "flag.") ...more on Wikipedia about "Bajrakli Mosque"
The brand new Belgrade Arena ( Serbian Cyrillic: Београдска арена, Latin: Beogradska arena) is now the biggest and most up-to-date sports complex in Belgrade, Serbia, and is designed as a universal hall for all sports events, including; basketball, handball, volleyball, tennis, athletics, an ice rink, and a hall for cultural events and other programs. The total space it covers is 37,500 square metres, and has a total capacity of 20,000 seats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Belgrade Arena"
The Beograđanka ( Serbian Cyrillic: Београђанка) building is a modern high-rise building standing at 101m (331 ft) tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beograđanka"
NIS-NAFTAGAS building is a headquarters of " Naftna Industrija Srbije" (Oil Industry Of Serbia). It is located in Novi Sad, the second largest city of Serbia and Montenegro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Building of NIS-NAFTAGAS"
Freedom Bridge ( Serbian: Мост Слободе or Most Slobode) is a bridge on the Danube river in Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro. The bridge was built in 1981 and destroyed during NATO bombardment on April 4, 1999. It was rebuilt in 2005 and reopened on October 7, same year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Freedom Bridge"
Hala sportova (Sports' Hall) is a multi-purpose venue located in Belgrade municipality of New Belgrade. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hala sportova"
The Kuća Cveća ( Croatian: Kuća Cvijeća, English: The House of Flowers, English transliteration: Kucha Tsvecha, Serbian: Кућа Цвећа) is the tomb of former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, who died on 4 May 1980. It is located in Dedinje, Belgrade, Serbia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kuća Cveća"
The Millennium Hall is a sports arena and business centre in Vršac, Serbia and Montenegro, in the Vojvodina province. The Millennium Hall hosted several Eurobasket 2005 games in September. Its capacity is 4,058 seats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Millenium Hall"
Pionir Hall is a sports arena in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. It hosted several preliminary round games in the Eurobasket 2005 competition. Capacity of the main hall is 5,600 seats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pionir Hall"
The Serbian National Theatre ( Serbian: Srpsko narodno pozorište) is the oldest Serbian professional theatre. It is based in Novi Sad, the second largest city of Serbia. The theatre was founded in 1861 on the meeting of the Serbian Reading-room, held in Novi Sad. The Serbian National Theatre is also the oldest professional theatre among South Slavs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Serbian National Theatre"
(Sopoćani) Sopocani is a royal monastery, third in rank on Serbain territory, built in 1265 by King Stefan Uros I of Serbia near the source of the Raška in the district of Novi Pazar in western Serbia. It is entirely covered with frescoes of international cultural importance. On the western wall of the nave is a famous fresco of the Dormition of the Virgin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sopoćani"
The Spens Sports Center or simply SPENS is a multi-purpose venue located in Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro in the Vojvodina province. It operates under publicly owned company Vojvodina Sports and Business Center (JP Sportski i poslovni centar Vojvodina) which in addition to Spens also has Sajmište Sports Center under its umbrella. ...more on Wikipedia about "Spens Sports Center"
Stadion Crvena Zvezda is a multi-use stadium in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Crvena Zvezda. The stadium holds 51,328. It was built in 1957. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stadion Crvena Zvezda"
Ušće Tower is the tallest structure in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. It's structural height is 134m and it has 27 floors. It was built in 1964 to serve as headquarters of the Central Committee of League of Communists of Yugoslavia. Building was 105m tall. Even today many people still call it CeKa which is the acronym for Centralni Komitet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ušće Tower"
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