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The Tasmajdan stadium was opened on 24th of January 1954, constructed on the site that used to be a quarry, for which it was named. 
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The Aleksandar Nikolic hall began work on 24th of May 1973 under the name Pionir hall.  The hall's usable area spans across 16000m2 and the surface of...
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The Mining and Geology college in Belgrade was founded on 13th of March 1946 and is located at 7 Djusina street.   
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"Beogradska zadruga" is a building located in Karadjordjeva street in Belgrade, constructed in 1907. It was housed in this building up until it was shut...
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The Kralja Petra street is one of the oldest streets in Belgrade. It stretches down a direction that connects the two Belgrade rivers Sava and Danube over...
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The Astronomy association "Rudjer Boskovic" is one of the oldest organizations of this type in Europe and the oldest one in the Balkans. It was founded...
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The monument to the Unknown Hero in Avala is a monumental mausoleum that sits atop this mountain. It was constructed in 1938.  The monument to the Unknown...
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The Kneza Milosa street stretches from the Mostar loop to the National Assembly building and is 1600m long. 
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Yugoslavian drama theatre was founded in 1947 as a representative national theatre. On 17th October 1997, it was caught in a fire which destroyed the Great...
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The monument dedicated to Knez Mihailo in Belgrade, located in Republic square, was constructed in 1882. The author of the monument was the Italian sculptor...
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On 6th of October 1983, the first public power plant began work in Serbia - a thermal energy plant in Dorcol, Belgrade. 
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In honor of one of the greats of Yugoslavian literature, the Nobel award winner Ivo Andric, the area between the Pioneer park and the Kralja Milana street...
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The "House of flowers" was constructed in 1975, as a winter garden for the needs of Yugoslavia's president Josip Broz Tito. Back then, the project was...
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Hotel Moscow used to be called Palace Rosia. The building was officially opened by Petar I Karadjordjevic on 14th of January 1908. 
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The Aviation Museum in Belgrade was constructed in the late 80's, using a project created by Sarajevo architect Ivan Straus. The construction lasted for...
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The Krsmanovic residence, also known as the residence of Aleksa Krsmanovic was constructed in 1885 and is located at 34 Terazije street. It was inside...
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The theatre "Atelje 212" was founded on 12th of November 1956. The first play it put on was "Faustus" directed by Mira Trailovic. 
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The residence of princess Ljubica is one of the most representative examples of Belgrade city architecture of the 1st half of 19th century. Constructed...
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Ada Safari is a natural lake between the river Sava and the Cukarica branch shaped like the letter S and with a surface of about 6 acres, with an average...
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"Beogradjanka" or Belgrade Palace is 101m tall and has 24 floors.  It was constructed between 1969 and 1974 according to the project of Branko Pesic....
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The Nikola Tesla museum in Belgrade was opened to public on 20th October 1955 and was the first museum of technology in Yugoslavia. The Nikola Tesla museum...
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The military museum in Belgrade was founded following a decree of Knez Milan Obrenovic IV on 10/22nd of August 1878. The museum was then located inside...
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The Vuk's foundation home in Belgrade was constructed between 1870/71 and falls under the oldest and most valuable historical monuments in Belgrade. After...
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The allegiance agreement with Bulgaria was secretly signed in the home of Jevrem Grujic in 1912. 
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